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Refrigeration reduces the rate of food spoilage. To maximize the shelf life of perishable food products, ensure that the food is of the freshest possible quality. The following is a general guide to help promote longer food storage. Dairy Products & Eggs Most dairy products have a use by date on the outer packaging which informs the recommended temperature and shelf life of the product. Eggs should be stored in the egg holder. Meats / Fish / Poultry Place on a plate or dish and cover with paper or plastic wrap. Then, place in the chilled case. For larger cuts of meat, fish, or poultry, place to the rear of the shelves. Ensure all cooked food is wrapped securely or placed in an airtight container.
Notes Shelvesâ¦Do no place foods sticking out to the front. Foods may become caught onto the doors, causing them to fall as a result. Pockets ã»Do no place tall foods in shallow pockets. ã»Insert foods all the way at the bottom of pockets. This prevents foods from falling out when opening/closing doors. âââââ Temperature sensorâ¦Do not allow hard objects to hit the sensor. Magnetic door sealâ¦If broken, call the Sharp Service Center to request a replacement. (For charge)
About condensation Gap at the upper section of the chilled case Condensation may be noticed within the is required for circulating cool air. refrigerator when the humidity is high or when doors are frequently opened. Wipe with a dry cloth. Since the humidity within the refrigerator is high, condensation may be noticed temporarily on foods stored in the upper pockets.