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Can a chest freezer be installed on an unheated or cooled garage?

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Sure! It's likely to use less energy as well.

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The only problem that you might have is with the coils and the flux capacitor. If you clean the coils, it should be fine.

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What is the coldest recommended temperature a chest freezer can withstand in an unheated garage?


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It should have no problems down to -30 deg C or -20f

But it may sweat on the outside if it is damp and cold, which can cause corrosion of the casing.

Below the above temperatures the thermostat will not operate

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yes you may encounter problems come sumer depending how hot it gets where you live but during the winter you should have no problems.

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If the door is not sealing because of frost build up or product blocking it it won't make the noise. Is it still cooling ok? If you haven't defrosted it you might do this now. Is it in a cold location, i.e. unheated garage up north? This can cause it also. Check the door and the cooling first if it's not right I would call for service. You should have a one year warrany.

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