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Do not leave your freezer unplugged for a lengthy time. The condenser coils welded inside the cabinet are made of steel, while running they are kept hot evaporating moisture. When not operational, they are exposed to the moisture and rust out. The refrigerant gas then leaks out and major repairs are required.
(Added: 24-Jul-1999)
Do not drill holes into the cabinet to install a padlock. The condenser coils welded inside the cabinet will likely be punctured. The refrigerant gas will then leak out and the unit will require major repairs.
(Added: 24-Jul-1999)
On smaller or compact freezers you should have large meat orders pre-frozen by the butcher. These units have limited ability to freeze large amounts of food at one time. It will also use a considerable amount of power because it will have to run continuously for a long period of time.
(Added: 24-Jul-1999)

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