Question about Refrigerators
If you mean that you installed a compressor or put refrigerant in it, the unit that is, it could have a small leak and when you "put it up for the winter" it leaked out. When refrigerant is under pressure and on it will barely leak out if you have a small leak. They can go without a charge for a long time, but when you turn them off if they have a leak it will all leak out. Make sure you compressor is on and running. Once you put a refrigerator in service it is not really wise to "put them in storage." If you can keep from putting it in storage it would be better to leave them running at a little higher temperature setting. You won't be getting in and out of the unit as much because you won't be there to use it so it will not use as much electricity, but they are ment to stay plugged in and running once they are put into service.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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