First off, READ THE MANUAL! It specifies that if the unit was tilted more than 45 degrees before placing it in its destination, let it sit for 24 hours. One guy from a delivery company delivered this big box, so it was probably tilted more than 45 degrees (and you don't know that it wasn't), so let it sit.
There's more detail about placement and initial operation in the manual, but you get the idea. Just read it before plugging it in please.
So I have the freezer, it's cold, and it's been running for about two weeks now. It's working, but there are a few details about this particular freezer that make me nervous. One is that the picture of the item online is different from what I'm looking at in my house. Nothing major... dial and lights are a little different, handle is different. The picture online shows a power light, but there isn't one. Just seems odd that they didn't post a picture of the correct freezer. Makes me wonder if they got anything else wrong.
Also, the photo online appears to show what might be a foot that helps with leveling. There's no such thing on the freezer. You need to make sure it's level, so use a shim if there's any wobbling.
The only other issue that worries me is there there seem to be a lot of complaints with a failing relay on similar models from the same brand. I took a look at the relay, and it appears that perhaps they put a better quality relay on this model, but I don't have a way of confirming that, other than waiting for a year or two to see if it still works.
I will say that I saw a lot of complaint about shipping damage, so I was expecting to see some dents. However, it was packed very nicely with bubble wrap on the outside of the box. No issues there.
So bottom line, I'll be using it, but I'll be checking it every day to make sure it's still working.
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