Question about Refrigerators
Your fridge uses nitrogen, which is what makes it cold! Therefore get someone to put the gas back onto your fridge! Another issue is that you must make sure that he finds where there might be a whole in the circulation system. The gas must have escaped through that hole. This will 100% solve your problem. Please do come back to tell us what has happened because people only come to these forums to ask and once they get the answer they never report back. Which I feel is selfish!
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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