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Old 05-30-2012, 11:08 PM   #1
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What is the ideal setting in fridge?

I just switched over to a fresh tank of propane and the fridge/freezer is running fine on propane as usual...until now I think. I usually have it set on number 4. But I have raised it to 6. Is the higher the number standing for the colder it becomes? Should I leave it on 4? The freezer is freezing well..but it kind of seems that the lower part is not as cool. Maybe it takes time.
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Whatever keeps the beer cold and the ice cream hard. We usually leave ours on 4, which is the second highest setting.
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If it is the original refer I would say it depends on the ambient temperature. I run the refer in our '74 at 5 on gas. It keeps things in the freezer frozen and the refer section stays cool enough to where we can't put lettuce in it because it freezes. But it keeps the milk and sodas nice and cold.
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Yes. The higher the number the colder the setting.
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Yes the ice cream comes out hard as a rock just the way I like it Dan. I will set it back on five and see what it does. There is nothing like a refer that runs on propane.
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