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UNKNOWN DCF165 SUNDANZER
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Baskets
The baskets are designed for the storage and organization of food. The handles can be placed in two positions, as shown. The baskets can either be placed or stacked inside the cabinet, or hung on the edge of the inner casing. To change the configuration from stackable baskets to hanging baskets, turn the plastic pieces outward and lock into place. To change the configuration from hanging baskets to stackable baskets, simply reverse the procedure.

DEFROSTING
Before any cleaning or repositioning is carried out, you must DISCONNECT the appliance from the electrical power supply. The SunDanzer appliances are designed with a unique low-frost system that reduces frost buildup on the interior walls. To maintain efficiency for freezers, defrost the cabinet when the ice thickness is more than Ľ inch (6mm). A thorough cleaning at least once a year, inside and out, will help maintain efficient operation and a high standard of hygiene.

Freezer Defrosting
The appliance compartment will become progressively covered with frost. This should be removed periodically with a plastic scraper (provided with some units). However, when the ice becomes very thick on the interior walls, complete defrosting should be carried out. Perform this operation when the appliance is empty and disconnected from the power supply. Never use sharp metal tools to scrape or chip off frost from the interior compartment as this could damage the appliance beyond repair. Do not use heat sources, such as electric or gas heaters to complete the defrost process. To carry out complete defrosting: 1. Disconnect the appliance from the electrical supply. 2. Remove any stored food and store in coolers, or wrap in several layers of newspaper and store in a cool place. 3. Leave the lid open. 4. Remove the plug from the defrost water drain located in the bottom interior of the cabinet. 5. To accelerate the defrosting process, place a bowl of hot (not boiling) water inside of the appliance and close the lid. 6. The defrost water can be collected by placing a pan under the defrost drain located on the exterior bottom front of the cabinet. 7. When defrosting is complete, wash and dry the interior thoroughly. Be sure to replace the plug on the defrost water drain. 8. Reconnect the appliance to the electrical supply and leave running (while empty) for at least 2 hours allowing the interior to cool sufficiently. 9. Replace the previously removed foodstuff. ATTENTION: A rise in temperature of frozen food products during defrosting may shorten their safe storage life. CLEANING Internal Cleaning Wash the inside of the appliance with luke warm water and a mild soap. Never use abrasive or corrosive cleaning agents, steel wool, scouring sponges, chemical cleaning agents, or highly perfumed cleaning products to clean the interior as these will damage the surface and leave behind a strong odor. A sponge, towel, or soft brush is recommended. Washing with a mixture of two table spoons of baking soda to 1 quart (1.14L) warm water. After cleaning, thoroughly rinse and dry.

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Rev. 07/09/04

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