Question about Refrigerators
I have a Kenmore side by side refrigerator (Model #59262990) that is in our unheated garage. It works fine during the summer months, but the freezer stops working in colder weather. Is there anything we can do to keep the freezer working out there all year long?
Modern fridge/freezers are built to automatically defrost themselves. To do this they require that the room temperature is well above freezing to allow the defrost to take place. If you site the freezer in too cold an environment it is unable to defrost itself and will eventually stop working. It sounds strange but if it is too cold the freezer cannot work. The solution is to buy and fridge/freezer that does not automatically defrost itself if you want it to work in a cold environment.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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