Outdoor fridge doors can be reversed on the majority of Danby’s models. Refer to your owner’s manual for details. Video instructions can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13IJrUfP95M&t=15s

Yes. Select outdoor fridges can be installed in a cabinet or under a counter with proper ventilation. Refer to your owner’s manual for details.

Yes. We recommend allowing your fridge to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in.

Check that the outdoor fridge is plugged in and turned on. Ensure that you allowed the unit to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in. If the problem persists, contact customer service.

Check for loose components and tighten any loose parts, clean the fan and compressor area, and ensure the fridge is level.

Check the power supply, ensure the outlet is working, and verify that the fridge is properly plugged in. Inspect the power cord for any damage. If the issue persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

We recommend making a small adjustment to increase (warm) the temperature. Additionally, moving food items away from the interior vent and back wall should help.

It is common for new units to have a slight plastic smell. Ensure you have removed all packing material from the fridge. If that does not help, clean the inside of the unit by following the cleaning instructions included in your owner’s manual. Once completed, place an open box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb any remaining odours.

This is normal. If your fridge is too cold, you can adjust your temperature to increase the warmth, and your compressor will not turn on as frequently.

We recommend cleaning the interior and exterior of the fridge every 3 to 4 months.

Regular maintenance includes: cleaning the condenser coils, checking and cleaning the door seals, checking for signs of rust or corrosion, ensuring proper airflow around the fridge, and replacing the water filter if applicable.

We recommend using a weatherproof cover when the fridge is not in use, cleaning any spills immediately, and periodically applying a stainless steel cleaner to protect against rust and corrosion.

This will vary based on your model. Refer to your owner’s manual. If you have a dial with a blue strip, the darker blue/thicker side indicates the coldest setting. If your dial is numbered, the highest number is the coldest setting.

If the fridge door was recently opened, the cold air will have mixed with warmer air, creating a vacuum effect. This is normal and indicates that your door seal is working well.

Medical fridge doors can be reversed on the majority of Danby’s models. Refer to your owner’s manual for details. Video instructions can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13IJrUfP95M&t=15s

Yes. Select medical fridge models can be installed in a cabinet or under a counter. We do not recommend fully enclosing the fridge in a cabinet as air needs to circulate around the appliance. Refer to your owner’s manual for details.

Yes. We recommend allowing your medical fridge to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in.

Ensure the door is closed properly, avoid frequent opening, and check the thermostat setting. Clean the condenser coils and ensure proper ventilation.

Check for loose components and tighten any loose parts, clean the fan and compressor area, and ensure the fridge is level.

Refer to your owner’s manual for the specific error code. Common issues can include temperature deviations or sensor problems. If the issue persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

It is common for new units to have a slight plastic smell. Ensure you have removed all packing material from the fridge. If that does not help, clean the inside of the unit by following the cleaning instructions included in your owner’s manual. Once completed, place an open box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb any remaining odours.

This is normal. If your medical fridge is too cold, you can adjust your temperature, and your compressor will not turn on as frequently.

We recommend cleaning the interior and exterior of the fridge every 3 to 4 months.

Regular maintenance includes: cleaning the condenser coils, checking and cleaning the door seals, ensuring proper airflow around the fridge, and verifying the accuracy of temperature settings.

Medical fridges typically last 10 to 15 years with proper maintenance.

An outdoor fridge is designed to operate efficiently in varying outdoor conditions, including extreme temperatures and humidity, unlike an indoor fridge.

Important features include: weatherproofing, durable stainless steel construction, UV-resistant coating, and enhanced insulation to maintain consistent temperatures regardless of weather changes.

There are different types of outdoor fridges, including compact, built-in, freestanding, and beverage centers, each designed to meet specific outdoor refrigeration needs.

Danby’s outdoor refrigerators operate at a sound level between 35 and 46 decibels. For example, a soft whisper is 30 decibels and rainfall is 50 decibels.

Yes. Installing an outdoor fridge is typically a straightforward task that can be done by most individuals. We recommend professional installation to ensure you have a suitable electrical outlet and adequate space for ventilation.

Outdoor fridges generally require a standard 120V electrical outlet with proper grounding. It’s important to ensure the outlet is GFCI protected for safety.

We recommend installing your outdoor fridge in a sheltered area to protect it from direct sunlight, rain, and snow. Using a weatherproof cover can also help extend the fridge’s lifespan.

If the fridge door was recently opened, the cold air will have mixed with warmer air, creating a vacuum effect. This is normal and indicates that your door seal is working well.

Fridge doors can be reversed on the majority of Danby’s models. Refer to your owner’s manual for details. Video instructions can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13IJrUfP95M&t=15s

Yes. Select mini models can be installed in a cabinet or under a counter. We recommend not fully enclosing the unit to allow for proper ventilation. Refer to your owner’s manual for details.

Yes. We recommend allowing your fridge to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in.

Check that the fridge is plugged in and turned on. Ensure that you allowed the unit to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in. If the problem persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

Check for loose components and tighten any loose parts, clean the fan and compressor area, and ensure the fridge is level.

Check the defrost drain for clogs, inspect the door seals for damage, and ensure the fridge is level. If the problem persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

We recommend making a small adjustment to increase (warm) the temperature. Additionally, moving food items away from the interior vent and back wall should help.

It is common for new units to have a slight plastic smell. Ensure you have removed all packing material from the fridge. If that does not help, clean the inside of the unit by following the cleaning instructions included in your owner’s manual. Once completed, place an open box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb any remaining odours.

This is normal. If your mini fridge is too cold, you can adjust your temperature to increase the warmth, and your compressor will not turn on as frequently.

We recommend cleaning the interior and exterior of the mini fridge every 3 to 4 months.

Regular maintenance includes: cleaning the condenser coils, checking and cleaning the door seals, ensuring proper airflow around the fridge, and replacing the water filter if applicable.

Mini fridges typically last 10 to 15 years, or longer, with regular maintenance.

This will vary based on your model. Refer to your owner’s manual. If you have a dial with a blue strip, the darker blue/thicker side indicates the coldest setting. If your dial is numbered, the highest number is the coldest setting.

Medical refrigerators are engineered to maintain a steady temperature range throughout the entire appliance to ensure proper storage of medications. Models not equipped with NIST thermometers should not be used for vaccine storage. Medical refrigerators are not meant for institutional/scientific research purposes.

Danby medical refrigerators are designed to operate between a temperature range of 36F – 46F.

Important features include: precise temperature control, alarms for temperature deviations, a digital display, a lock for security, and consistent cooling to prevent temperature fluctuations.

Danby medical fridges come with 2 keys. Additional keys can be ordered through the Danby Appliance Parts websites.

Danby refrigerators operate at a sound level between 35 and 46 decibels. For example, a soft whisper is 30 decibels and rainfall is 50 decibels.

Yes. Installing a medical fridge is typically a straightforward task that can be done by most individuals. Ensure you have a dedicated electrical outlet, adequate space for ventilation, and follow your owner’s manual instructions.

Typically, you want to have at least 2 to 4 inches of clearance around all sides and top for proper airflow and to prevent overheating. Refer to your owner’s manual for specific clearance requirements.

Yes. A mini fridge is a simply a compact version of a regular refrigerator designed for smaller spaces.

Mini fridges come in a variety of sizes ranging from 1 to 4.5 cubic feet of storage.

Important features include: adjustable shelves, a freezer compartment, temperature control, energy efficiency, and quiet operation. Some models also offer a separate crisper drawer and door storage.

Fridge temperature should be maintained between 32F-39.2F/0C-4C for food safety. The temperature range of Danby’s refrigerators are between 32F-39.2F/0C-4C.

Danby mini fridges operate at a sound level between 35 and 46 decibels. For example, a soft whisper is 30 decibels and rainfall is 50 decibels.

Danby mini fridges are not designed for outside installation. This includes any location that is not temperature controlled. Placing your mini fridge in an unsuitable location will void the warranty.

Yes. Simply place your mini fridge on a flat, stable surface, plug it into a standard electrical outlet, and ensure there is proper ventilation around the unit.

Typically, you want to have at least 1 to 2 inches of clearance around all sides and top for proper airflow and to prevent overheating. Refer to your owner’s manual for specific clearance requirements.

We do not recommend placing your mini fridge on carpet. It is best to place it on a hard, flat surface to ensure stability and proper ventilation to prevent overheating.

If the fridge door was recently opened, the cold air will have mixed with warmer air, creating a vacuum effect. This is normal and indicates that your door seal is working well.

Yes. Many freezers are garage ready and can be installed in enclosed, unheated spaces. Refer to your owner’s manual for details.

Check if the freezer is plugged in and turned on. Ensure the unit sat upright for 6 hours prior to plugging it in. If the issue persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

Check and clean the fan and compressor area, ensure the freezer is level, and remove any objects or loose debris that might be causing the noise.

To prevent frost buildup in your freezer, minimize the frequency of door openings, ensure the door seals are intact, and check that the temperature settings are appropriate. Regularly defrost the freezer if it does not have a frost-free feature.

If the freezer door was recently opened, the cold air will have mixed with warmer air, creating a vacuum effect. This is normal and indicates that your door seal is working well.

It is common for new units to have a slight plastic smell. Ensure you have removed all packing material from the freezer. If that does not help, clean the inside of the unit by following the cleaning instructions included in your owner’s manual. Once completed, place an open box of baking soda in the freezer to absorb any remaining odours.

We recommend defrosting your manual freezer whenever the frost buildup reaches about a 1/4 inch thick.

Regular freezer maintenance includes: cleaning the interior and exterior, checking and cleaning the door seals, ensuring proper airflow around the unit, and checking the temperature settings.

Freezers typically last for 10-20 years with regular maintenance.

Freezer temperature should be maintained below 0F/-18C for food safety.

Danby’s refrigerators are free-standing units. However, they can be built-in as long as the space/ventilation requirements indicated in the owner’s manual are met. We do not recommend fully enclosing the fridge in a cabinet as air needs to circulate around the appliance.

Yes. We recommend allowing your fridge to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in.

Check that the fridge is plugged in and turned on. Ensure that you allowed the unit to sit upright for 6 hours before plugging it in. If the problem persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

Check for loose components and tighten any loose parts, clean the fan and compressor area, and ensure the fridge is level.

Check the defrost drain for clogs, inspect the door seals for damage, and ensure the fridge is level. If the problem persists, visit danby.com/support for further assistance.

If the fridge door was recently opened, the cold air will have mixed with warmer air, creating a vacuum effect. This is normal and indicates that your door seal is working well.

We recommend making a small adjustment to increase (warm) the temperature. Additionally, moving food items away from the interior vent and back wall should help.

It is common for new units to have a slight plastic smell. Ensure you have removed all packing material from the fridge. If that does not help, clean the inside of the unit by following the cleaning instructions included in your owner’s manual. Once completed, place an open box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb any remaining odours.

This is normal. If your fridge is too cold, you can adjust your temperature to increase the warmth, and your compressor will not turn on as frequently.

We recommend cleaning the interior and exterior of the fridge every 3 to 4 months.

Regular maintenance includes: cleaning the condenser coils, checking and cleaning the door seals, ensuring proper airflow around the fridge, and replacing the water filter if applicable.

Fridges typically last 8 to 12 years, or longer, with regular maintenance.

This will vary based on your model. Refer to your owner’s manual. If you have a dial with a blue strip, the darker blue/thicker side indicates the coldest setting. If your dial is numbered, the highest number is the coldest setting.

Freezers are available in three main categories: chest, upright, and compact. Chest freezers open from the top, offering more storage space and energy efficiency but require more floor space. Upright freezers, open from the front like refrigerators, provide easy organization and often come with auto-defrost. Compact freezers are smaller and designed for small spaces.

A freezer with 5 to 9 cubic feet is suitable for 1 or 2 people, a 10 to 16 cubic feet freezer is ideal for 3 to 4 people, and a freezer with 17 or more cubic feet is best for larger families or those who store large quantities of food.

Important features to consider include: energy efficiency, frost-free operation, adjustable temperature control, door locks, interior lighting, temperature alarms, and easy-to-clean interiors.

Garage ready means that the freezer is well insulated and equipped to handle temperature extremes in an enclosed garage. The exterior temperature range that garage ready freezers can operate within is 0F – 110F/-17C-43C.

Danby’s freezers operate between 35 and 46 decibels. For example, 30 decibels is similar to a whisper and 50 decibels is like rainfall.

Yes. Most freezers are straightforward to install, requiring only a suitable electrical outlet and proper placement. If you need modifications, consulting a professional is recommended.

We recommend that there is at least 1 to 2 inches of clearance around the freezer for proper airflow and to prevent overheating.

A mid-size fridge, or apartment-size refrigerator, typically ranges from 10 to 20 cubic feet in capacity. It is larger than a mini-fridge but smaller than a full-size refrigerator, making it ideal for apartments, small kitchens, or offices.

Important features include: adjustable shelves, a separate freezer compartment, energy efficiency, a reversible door, crisper drawers for fruits and vegetables, and frost-free operation. Select models may offer smart technology and ice makers.

Fridge temperature should be maintained between 32F-39.2F/0C-4C for food safety. The temperature range of Danby’s refrigerators are between 32F-39.2F/0C-4C.

Danby refrigerators operate at a sound level between 35 and 46 decibels. For example, a soft whisper is 30 decibels and rainfall is 50 decibels.

Danby fridges are not designed for outside installation. This includes any location that is not temperature controlled. Placing your fridge in an unsuitable location will void the warranty.

Yes. Installing a mid-size fridge is typically a straightforward task that can be done by most individuals. Ensure you have a suitable electrical outlet, adequate space for ventilation, and follow your owner’s manual instructions.

Typically, you want to have at least 1 to 2 inches of clearance around all sides and top for proper airflow and to prevent overheating. Refer to your owner’s manual for specific clearance requirements.

Yes. Select mid-size models can be installed in a cabinet or under a counter. Refer to your owner’s manual for details.

Fridge doors can be reversed on the majority of Danby’s models. Refer to your owner’s manual for details. Video instructions can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13IJrUfP95M&t=15s

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