Midea Refrigerator 14.6 Cubic Feet with Electronic Temperature Control
Get a Midea refrigerator with a capacity of 14.6 cu ft refrigerator and electronic temperature control for an optimal cooling experience in your home. Midea’s original temperature control system features multiple smart sensors and a Quattro inverter, ensuring stable refrigerator operation, precise internal temperature, and lower energy consumption.
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Midea Refrigerator with Large Storage Capacity
Thanks to ultra-thin foam layer technology, the Midea 14.6 cu ft refrigerator provides a large storage capacity within a limited external space. It boasts about an 8% increase in internal volume while maintaining a small external size, giving you more storage space and extra convenience in the kitchen.
Midea 14.6 Cubic Feet Refrigerator Specifications:
- Capacity: 413 Liters
- Size: 14.6 cubic feet
- Type: Double door
- Large cooling area
- Electronic control
- Special egg tray
- Humidity level control
- Dual LED lights
- Model number: MDRT580MTU46SAD
FAQ About the Midea 14.6 Cubic Feet Refrigerator
1. What does “Super” mean on the refrigerator?
“Super” typically means on a refrigerator that there are settings that allow for faster cooling and improved performance over a short period, better preserving fresh foods.
2. Why does the refrigerator make ice at the bottom?
If the refrigerator is cooling the upper part and cold air leaks to the lower part, this can result in ice formation at the bottom of the refrigerator. This happens when moisture gathers at the bottom of the fridge and turns into ice due to the cold temperature. This could be due to several factors, such as a clogged drain outlet, high humidity levels inside the fridge, or a door not sealing properly. Therefore, the refrigerator should be regularly cleaned and maintained to avoid this problem.