Door Seals

Door Seals

Make sure your refrigerator door seals are airtight. Test them by closing the door over a piece of paper or a dollar bill so it is half in and half out of the refrigerator. If you can pull the paper or bill out easily, the latch may need adjustment or the seal may...
Door Seals

Freezing Efficiently

To avoid rasing the temperature of a freezer, freeze no more than one-tenth of the appliance’s capacity of food at one time. Also, be sure to cool foods brefore storing in the freezer. To cool hot food quickly, sit the base of the container in a sink half-filled...
Door Seals

Freezer Savings

You know that old freezer “Uncle Harry” gave you to use in the basement so you could save money by storing on-sale food items? Well, it costs more to run that freezer for a year than you’ll ever see in returns on food savings. If you’re looking...
Door Seals

Clean Coils

Move your refrigerator out from the wall and vacuum its condenser coils once a year unless you have a no-clean condenser model. Your refrigerator will run for shorter periods with clean coils.
Door Seals

Door Seals

Make sure your refrigerator door seals are air tight. Test them by closing the door over a dollar bill. If you can pull the bill out easilly, the latch may need to be adjusted or the seal may need to be replaced.