Tip & How-To about Refrigerators

Tips of Repairing your Refrigerator

For prevent highrepair bill and the expense of replacing all your lost food. This article willprovide some useful tips that how to manually repair your refrigerator andfreezer yourself. Let's star with some basic information.

What you have to Do-

- Always maintain temperature range between 36 degrees Fahrenheit for the fridge, and between 0 to 5 degrees for the freezer.


- Keep clear and clean the coils with a vacuum or duster every 6 months to maintain efficiency and for reduce operating cost.



- During a power outage fridge will stay cold for about 7 to 8 hour and freezer can stay cold about 50 hour. Do not open door unnecessary.



- Daily defrost your manual defrost freezer and do not chip away the frost.



- Full filled fridge is more efficient than a half empty, but do not overfill.



- While moving and storage keep your refrigerator upright.



- After moving the refrigerator wait 24 hours before plugging it in.



- Keep at least 2 inches or air space behind your refrigerator and 6 inches above it.



What you have not to Do-

  • Overfill would not cool as well, so don't overfill your refrigerator.
  • Do not chip away the frost in manual defrost freezer.
  • Do not store your refrigerator unplugged for extended time. Some units or refrigerator require continuous use to ensure proper lubrication of compressor. If possible, plug in it once in a month and keep it run for a couple hours.
By using these tips you willkeep your refrigerator well.

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  • One cause of this is the compressor is going bad or Freon is low. The freezer is no longer able to achieve the zero temperature requiring the compressor to run continually. The refrigerator because of the continues running begins to freeze up. Food in the refrigerator begins to freeze and the freezer is not as cold as it should. This results in a very expensive repair of replacement of the unit .
  • The defrost cycle is not working. Depending on the conditions the unit has a sensor that detects when the defrost cycle should initiate. If this fails to occur than ice builds up on the coils and air can no longer pass preventing the normal cooling process. Many models use a mechanical timer that stops. On some units the defrost cycle can be initiated via advancing the mechanical timer. This repair is a reasonable expense.
  • The third possibility is a door was left open and the unit iced up the cooling coils. Suggest in that case shut off the unit , remove the food and allow the unit to manually defrost, Restart and see if unit gets cold and defrost cycle is working.

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Things You'll Need:
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  • Step 1:Vacuum the aquarium. Sweep the bottom of the tank with the vacuum to remove the hydra and a majority of their food sources. Use the aquarium vacuum as needed to keep the freshwater aquarium clean. This will prevent more hydra from appearing in your aquarium.
  • Step 2:Replace any lost water. Vacuuming the aquarium will pull out a fair amount of water. Replenish the aquarium with additional freshwater. Northern State University suggests using freshly collected pond water or rain water.
  • Step 3:Reduce the amount of food you feed the fish in the tank. Temporarily decreasing the amount of food will result in larger fish feeding on the hydra and eliminating a source of food for the hydra. If food is unavailable, hydra reproduction will cease and they will eventually shrink then die.
  • Step 4:Repeat these steps as necessary. Continue the three-step process until all signs of hydra are gone. Negligence in cleaning the tank or feeding the fish ample amounts will allow the hydra to feed as well, and thus rapidly reproduce. Continuing the steps is also a maintenance measure that will prevent additional hydra from developing in your freshwater aquarium.
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  • The steps you take to kill freshwater hydra could also kill small fish in your tank. Prepare to lose some small freshwater fish fry in the process.

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