How Long Does a New Refrigerator Need to Be Plugged in before You Use It?

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A new refrigerator should be plugged in 24 hours before you place food inside it to allow for it to reach the correct temperature. Also, if the refrigerator was on it's side at any time, it needs 24 hours for the refrigerant to go back into place.
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