Question about Refrigerators
Ive got a kegerater its a older unit. only has the 2 prung plug. (no ground) now when i plug it in i get a slight jolt when i touch the tower/metal.
however the prior owner had a ground wire attached to the side then ran it to the socket. in my upstairs my outlet is not grounded so i cant do that. what other options do i have? why is it doing this shocking?
YOU NEED TO BUY A ADAPTER FROM 3 TO 2 AND HAVE AND BE SHUR THE WIRES ARE NOT REVERS YOU HAVE A SMALL AND A LAREGE OPENING IN THE PLUG AND THE SMALL IS THE HOT WIRE IF THE ARE REVERS IT WILL SHOCK YOU ADD A GROUN GROM THE COLD WATER LINE TO THE REF. ANY SCRUE IN THE BACK. AND BE SAVE USE GOOD NON SCHOKING BOOTS.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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