Refrigerator Sample Clauses

Refrigerator. The thermostat on the refrigerator is pre-set at 32.5˚. Tampering with thermostat will result in an automatic loss of entire deposit.
Refrigerator. What types of refrigerators are covered? A refrigerator in Your kitchen (including an integral freezer or ice maker). What types of refrigerators are not covered? Kegerators, standalone freezers, wet bar refrigerators, wine refrigerators, wine cellars, wine vaults. What is covered? All parts of Your refrigerator, except those in “What is not covered?” below. What is not covered? Racks, shelves, beverage dispensers and their respective equipment, interior thermal shells, food or other content spoilage, light bulbs, multi-media center parts. See also “Additional Exclusions”. What is the maximum amount We will pay for Covered Repairs? • Up to $2,000 per Term (“Benefit Limit”). • Multiple Service Calls up to the Benefit Limit. See “What is a Service Call?” below.
Refrigerator. Do not change the temperature setting. Constantly opening the door to get items will also keep the unit from working properly. Please remember to empty the refrigerator completely at the end of your stay.
Refrigerator. All food items must be removed. Food that goes bad can RUIN a closed fridge if power is shut off. Turn the refrigerator off, prop open the doors, and unscrew the light bulb. Pull out the fridge (it’s on rollers) to clean floor under and walls behind. Watch out for icemaker hose. Remove shelves, tubs and bottom grill and wash in warm sudsy water. Scrub and wipe dry inside of refrigerator and freezer and outside, top, bottom, sides and handle. After cleaning, leave the empty fridge plugged in and turned on low. If you do turn off your fridge power, then and only then leave doors open, always propping them to stay open (an egg carton in each door works). Otherwise the fridge will burn out trying to cool your kitchen! WASHER AND DRYER / DISHWASHER Clean top, inside and out DW and all sides, front and back. Clean filter, knobs, spouts, switches. Clear dishwasher drain, place 1 cup vinegar on top shelf, and run one cycle. OR sprinkle with one cup baking soda and run thru short HOT cycle to freshen. Pull washer and dryer away from wall to remove items, clean inside, outside, all knobs and sweep ` ```````and scrub below. Careful of hoses! Clear dryer of all lint. Wipe down all kno Fill washing machine and add 2 cups white vinegar. Let sit 1 hour, then run full cycle and wipe clean. KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS, COUNTERS AND BACKSPLASH/ DISPOSAL All food, utensils and other personal items must be removed from every cabinet, drawer and/or pantry, closet or storage area. Please clear and wipe out all cabinet and counter surfaces, inside and out, top and bottom. This includes all shelves, cabinet doors, knob and backsplash. Try Xxxxxx Oil Soap on cabinets, Try vinegar, dish soap and ice cubes down disposal. Run it to clean it and “sayonara, fruit flies!” BATHROOMS TUB/SHOWERS: Remove shower curtains, bath mats. Do not dispose of the shower rod. We have provided this item and it will be reused. Use bathroom cleaner such as Simple Green, Orange Cleaner or Stainsolver (we can provide this if you ask) oxygen bleach to remove stains from tub or walls. All are effective on fiberglass tub and shower units. Do not use an abrasive scrubbing device on any fiberglass surface. It will scratch and scar it.
Refrigerator. The freezer is made of soft metal and great care should be taken when defrosting. If any instrument is used to scrape the frost these units can be seriously damaged.
Refrigerator. Not covered are chilled water dispensing, Sub-Zero’s and ice making controls, valves, and any other parts not named as covered in section IV of this APPLIANCE PROTECTION PLAN.
Refrigerator. Check and clean condenser coils; check and clean defrost drain pan; check and tighten water line connections; clean and lube door gaskets; check and adjust leveling for proper door closure; check and align door hinges as needed; check and clean air return ducts; check fresh food/freezer air temperatures; check humidity/crisper bin control settings; check defrost controls.
Refrigerator. If the refrigerator should break down, call maintenance. Please make arrangements with friends/neighbors to store your food. Unless Landlord is negligent, Tenant is responsible for any loss of contents or other damages, as the result of the refrigerator not working properly, if it was working properly at the beginning of the lease.
Refrigerator. The refrigerator is powered by Butane Gas; the tank is located underneath the lab on the ground floor. The gas powers the refrigerator, the hot water shower, and the stove. Each tank lasts approximately 3 weeks. Butane refrigerators do not cool down as quickly as electric refrigerators. In order to maximize coldness and keep these appliances running smoothly, please note the following:  Monitor the refrigerator daily to make sure it is running. An exhaust pipe is located in the rear left corner. Place hand over the heat pipe and if no heat exists, the refrigerator has turned off because the tank is empty. If this happens, report immediately to Office Manager.  Do not place items on top of the refrigerator.  Ensure refrigerator door seals when it is closed. Trash
Refrigerator. The School District shall install in each faculty room a refrigerator which shall be maintained and operated by the School District for the use of the professional employees.