For traditional direct cooling refrigerators, after a period of use, the freezing layer will always form a thick layer of frost. Frost not only makes the refrigerator more power-consuming, it is also not conducive to food preservation, and sometimes even the refrigerator door is not closed tightly and cannot be opened. Therefore, when using a direct cooling refrigerator, pay attention to the following points:
1. Before freezing food, it is best to wipe off water stains with a dry cloth and put it in the refrigerator.
2. The frosting of the refrigerator is caused by the condensation of the water vapor in the refrigerator due to the sudden drop in temperature. When storing food in general, be sure not to put the food that has not been cooled in the freezer layer of the refrigerator, otherwise it will easily cause the refrigerator to condense frost.
3. Precautions for defrosting the refrigerator
a. For the sake of safety, before removing the frost, be sure to unplug the power and take out all the food in the refrigerator.
b. Prepare two-thirds of the bowl of hot water, the temperature is about 60 or 70 degrees, this is to avoid the inner wall of the refrigerator from instantly heating up from low temperature and causing deformation. Then, put it in the freezer layer of the refrigerator. After a few minutes, the frost will begin to melt. At this time, the ice cubes on the inner wall of the refrigerator can fall off with just one click.
c. Don't knock off the ice cubes with hard objects, this is the most undesirable! It is easy to cause damage to the refrigerator evaporator.