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Fill each compartment of the ice tray 3/4 full with water and place it in the freezer. To release the ice cubes, twist the tray along its length. Never use a sharp instrument to remove ice from the tray.
Normal Operating Sounds
You may hear faint gurgling or bubbling sounds when the refrigerant is pumped through the coils or tubing at the rear, to the fixed freezer shelves. When the compressor is on, the refrigerant is being pumped round, and you will hear a whirring sound or pulsating noise from the compressor. A thermostat controls the compressor, and you will hear a faint Ã”clickÃ• when the thermostat cuts in and out.
Health and Safety Guidelines
Because of consumer demand, preservatives have been removed from many pre-prepared foods. This together with the changes in shopping habits to a once-a-week shop, mean that safe handling and storage of food is even more important than ever. The following tips should help you to ensure that the food in your home is in as perfect condition as possible. Â¥ Keep the freezer door closed as much as possible. Â¥ Do not push food together too much, try to allow air to circulate around each item. Â¥ Cool cooked food as quickly as possible but do NOT place in the freezer until cool. (Leave food in a place as cool as possible in order that it can then be placed in the refrigerator as soon as possible). Â¥ Do not store food uncovered. Â¥ The best way to defrost food is to put it in the refrigerator to thaw slowly. Â¥ Ensure that food placed in the freezer is dated and labelled and used in date order to ensure that food is consumed at its best. Â¥ It is important that food is used before its Ã’best beforeÃ“ date. Â¥ Always wash your hands with soapy water and dry them with a clean towel before handling food. Â¥ Keep work surfaces clean and avoid cross contamination by not using the same work surface or knife, without washing them thoroughly in between. Â¥ The foods to be frozen must be fresh and of the best quality. Â¥ The size of each pack should be small enough to ensure that it is used in one go. Small packs freeze more quickly and uniformly and give better results. Â¥ Frozen food, once thawed, must not be refrozen. Lean food keeps better and longer than fatty food, salt reduces the storage time. Â¥ Wrap the food in polythene or aluminium freezing bags or foil so that they adhere to the food and provide an airtight seal. Â¥ Packaging which is swollen or has traces of refrozen water droplets on the pack could indicate that the product has not been kept at a suitable temperature and that it may have lost its original quality. Partially thawed food must not be refrozen, it must be consumed within 24 hours. Never exceed the storage time indicated. Â¥ Never place hot food, bottles or cans of fizzy drink in the freezer as they may explode. Containers with a lid must not be filled to the brim. Â¥ Do not open the door or place extra fresh food in the freezer next to food which is already frozen as this could cause the temperature of the frozen food to rise and its quality and storage life to reduce.