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Manage My Life

When does my freezer go through the defrost cycle?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
July 10th, 2013

I have a kenmore elite frost free freezer, model #253.26082100. I would like to know when the freezer is going through the defrost cycle, how much the internal temperature of the freezer changes. We store reagents and samples in our freezer that are small in volume, on the order of microliters or less than a single drop from an eyedropper. These are very sensitive and will degrade if they are constantly thawing and freezing. So I want to make sure that when the freezer is going through its defrost cycle that our reagents and samples are not constantly thawing and freezing. Thanks.

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July 10th, 2013
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