the condenser thereby lowering the efficiency of the system. A brush with stiff bristles will loosen these particles so that
they may easily be removed with a vacuum cleaner.
All moving parts have an adequate supply of oil within their housings and generally, require no additional
lubrication during the life of the unit.
REFRIGERATORS WITH FORCED-AIR UNIT COOLERS (Automatic Defrost):
This refrigerator employs a fin-and-tube evaporator with a fan motor as the cold-producing apparatus.
Defrosting is accomplished automatically each time the condensing unit is on its "off" cycle due to storage
temperature air being forced over the evaporator while no evaporation is taking place within the evaporator. The defrost
water is discharged then to the vaporizer where it is dissipated by automatic evaporation.
The defrost vaporizer on this cabinet is factory installed for proper operation. If it fails to dissipate the water from
the coil, remove the jar, clean it out thoroughly, add one salt tablet, replace the jar, and proper operation will. resume.
ALL FORCED AIR