There are two ways to go about this problem.... First, rental a Appliance Hand Truck from your local rental center and move the hand truck out yourself. Second, purchase an Appliance Hand Truck online and always have the hand truck for when ever you come across this type of situation again. Never try to move this size item without the proper hand truck. A Hand Trucks with stair crawlers is essential for safe removal out of the basement and getting down stairs.
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there are several refrigeration houses that can have gaskets custom made to your spect. I would call Rick at Restaurant Parts and More and see if he can help. 1-888-814-1110.
If you have a model and serial numbers, this may also help as he does have access to some manufacturers for OEM parts.
dont cut the freon lines inside your hause, it stinks!
all you can do it take off the door and any other bits inside it, its still going to be darn heavy, find a trust worth strong guy give him a drink to move it for you
I have a baumatic st steel fridge freezer (big one) oldish model I think but dont know any model no's. In the past day the red light keeps coming on and flashing which means its not getting up to temp I think. The Fridge seems ok and the top drawerin freezer is the worst, but others seem ok at the moment but conerned as to why this is happening as never happ before, has anyone any ideas please??
Hi: It sounds like you bought a frost free freezer as it has a fan. The fan will come on to circulate the air. It will not necessarly run continuosly. The noise is most likely coming from the fan. I sold Frigidaire freezers for years and they are noisy compared to a refridgerator. If you think it is louder than it was when you bought it, I would replace the circulating fan. Also look at the back wall for frost as it could be a bad defrost heater blocking it with ice. Most likely just the fan though. Since it's in a detached garage,and you won't have to put up with the noise inside your house, it could run a while before failing. The fact it's getting cold is a very good sign.Also as you asked 2'nd, a freezer is ok in an unheated garage. Don't put a refrigerator in there. Unless It is a Whirlpoll Gladiator that is designed for such applications. Use www.searspartsdirect.com to find out where the fan is if you feel it is necessary to replace it. Its not a tough job if you are handy. Their shipping is expensive so you might want to buy it locally.
The thermostat may have shorted out so that it is no longer making contact to put power to the compressor. After drying out the components try bypassing the thermostat and see if it will start or make any sound whatsoever. If it does start and run with the thermostat bypassed replace the thermostat. 4-6 inches of water can also get to the relay on the compressor. Replacing the relay and over load assembly also be a good idea.