This is a basic tutorial on how to install and connect a new refrigerator to your kitchen.
The following steps assume you’re using an older fridge and the latest version of Windows 8.1.
You can learn more about what’s new in Windows 8 by clicking here.
Open the Control Panel (right-click > Windows > Control Panel) 2.
Click the New button to open the New Tab menu.
Click New and select a new tab.
Click Next and confirm the changes.
If the dialog box says “OK”, click OK.
The new tab will open with a list of new settings and buttons.
The New Tab is where you will set up your refrigerator’s features, like how often it should be charged, and how long it should stay charged.
To configure the new fridge, click the new tab’s icon and select New Settings.
You’ll be asked to enter information for your new fridge.
Type the details below to add your details: Name : Enter the name of your new refrigerator.
Email : Enter your email address.
Phone : Enter a phone number for your phone.
4: Select a storage unit to install your new refrigerator in.
Select a Storage Unit: Storage Unit 1 Storage Unit 2 Storage Unit 3 Storage Unit 4 5: Select whether to install the new refrigerator in a separate, or in a group, storage unit.
Select the storage unit you want to install it in.
Storage Unit Select a group of storage units to install an entire fridge in.
The storage unit in which the new refrigerant is installed will be automatically added to the group.
You don’t have to specify a storage group.
Select New Storage Unit.
Enter your new storage unit’s name and email address in the text box.
6: Click OK.
If you didn’t add a storage grouping for your fridge, you’ll have to manually create one.
Click OK to close the New tab.
To start the installation process, click Start.
7: Enter your information in the new settings screen.
Enter a new storage group name.
Enter the new storage type (stored-cool,cold,storage,etc.) for the storage group you just created.
8: Enter the storage location for your refrigerator.
Your refrigerator will now be installed in your fridge.
You might want to save this installation to a backup of your computer before you install it again.
You should get a prompt to install, which will take about 10 minutes.
You will be asked if you want the refrigerator to turn on automatically when you plug it in, or if you need to disable it.
If this is the case, click Turn on when the refrigerator is turned on, or turn off when it’s turned off.
If it’s the former, click Disable when the refrigerant turns on.
You won’t have any new options in the settings screen, but the installer will do its thing.
To get the refrigerator working, it’s important to set the correct temperature for your kitchen and the amount of water in the fridge.
Open your Windows 8 Settings app.
If your computer has a shortcut to Settings, open it by clicking the shortcut in the Start menu.
Click Tools > Windows Settings.
Click your Windows settings icon in the menu bar.
In the Windows Settings app, click Settings > New Settings, then click the Settings icon next to Your Windows Settings and select the New Settings tab.
Type your details below in the Text box.
Heat : Set the thermostat to the highest setting you can find for your temperature.
You probably don’t want to set it to the max, as this will increase the chances of your refrigerator freezing.
The default setting for your thermostats is around 85°C, but you can adjust this to any higher setting you like.
For example, if you set it at 80°C and the refrigerator turns on at 85°F, the thermoregulation system will start to turn off slowly.
The fridge should stay cold when it isn’t running, and will be comfortable when you open it.
For more information about the thermosetting system, click How does thermostation work?
If the fridge doesn’t turn on, it probably won’t work.
If so, try a different temperature or different water level in the refrigerator.
This can help reduce the chance of the fridge freezing, so you’ll need to keep an eye on it.
Click Close to close your Windows Settings window.
You may also need to configure your Internet connection, or install new software to manage your refrigerator and its settings.
When the installation completes, your refrigerator will be ready to use.