Thetford N304 3-way manual fridge Ideal for replacing an older Dometic or electrolux fridge as the gas connection is located in the same place
Tip! A good time to clean your refrigerator is straight after you have defrosted it. Clean the refrigerator with a soft cloth and mild detergent. Dust the refrigerator with a soft, moistened cloth. Use a brush or soft cloth once a year to remove any dust from the condenser at the inside of the refrigerator. Important! Do not use soap or aggressive detergents that are abrasive or soda-based. The removable interior components of the refrigerator are not dishwasher safe. Defrosting! Frost will gradually build up on the condenser of the refrigerator. You should defrost the refrigerator as soon as the frost layer is about 3 mm thick. Frost reduces the refrigerating capacity and life of your refrigerator. Remove the ice cube tray and all food. Switch off the refrigerator. Leave the refrigerator door open. Place dry towels in the refrigerator to absorb the water. Place trays containing hot water in the freezer compartment. After defrosting (when the freezer compartment and condenser are frost-free), remove the towels and the water trays and use a cloth to dry off the refrigerator. Switch the refrigerator on again. Important! Do not use force or sharp objects to remove frost. Do not try to accelerate defrosting by using a hairdryer for example. Door locking mechanism! If the door is not closed properly, frost will form in the refrigerator. Close the door with a piece of paper between the door and the refrigerator, to determine whether the door closes properly. Pull at the piece of paper. If you feel resistance, the refrigerator door closes properly. If you feel no resistance, the door does not close properly. Perform this test regularly on all four sides of the refrigerator door. If you find that the door does not close properly, check whether the door locking mechanism keeps the door properly shut.