1. It should be placed in a place away from heat sources and not exposed to direct sunlight. Because it needs to exchange heat with the outside during work, it will dissipate heat to the outside through the condenser. The higher the outside environment temperature, the slower the heat dissipation, which will cause commercial refrigerators and refrigerated cabinets. The longer the working time, the higher the power consumption and the poorer cooling effect.
2. It should be placed in a place with low humidity. Since the refrigerator shell, condenser and compressor are all made of metal materials, if the air humidity is too high, these parts will rust and shorten the service life of the refrigerator. At the same time, humid and overheated environment will cause condensation on the surface of the freezer and affect the performance of electrical appliances.
3. It should be placed in a well-ventilated place. If the freezer is filled with debris or is too close to the wall, it is not conducive to heat dissipation and will affect the cooling effect. There should be a space of at least 30cm on the top of the refrigerator, and a space of at least 10cm on the back and sides to facilitate heat dissipation.
4. It should be placed on a flat and solid ground and the compressor should be kept level. This is not only for safety, but also makes the compressor work smoothly, reducing vibration and noise.
5. It should not be placed in a place where the temperature is too low. Because the temperature is too low, it is difficult for the compressor to start, which makes the refrigeration of the freezer compartment of the refrigerator poor, which cannot be overcome. The refrigerator can turn on the temperature compensation switch of the refrigerating compartment.
6. It should not be placed in an environment with flammable, explosive and corrosive materials. At the same time, do not place such items inside.
7. Do not place heavy objects on the upper part of the refrigerator to prevent the objects from falling due to the switch and causing family injuries.