Question about Refrigerators
Best bet is not to lie it down. i think if its upright at least 24 hours it might be ok but i wouldnt count on that.
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SELL TV: HOW DO WE MOVE IT
The best way to transport the TV is standing up with the front secured to a 'side' of vechile. If you don't have that choice lay the TV down on it's face. With both make sure you have plenty of moving blankets.The side would be my last resort because of stability. DO NOT LAY ON BACK!!!!
Good Move, big IRISH.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
SOURCE: I am moving and need
You do not want to lay that refrigerator on its side because the refrigerant will leave the compressor and fill the system with liquid refrigerant where it should only be existing in a gaseous state, and if the refrigerator is tilted far enough over or lay-ed onto its side then the refrigerator will have to stand up-right and un-plugged for at least 24 hours before the liquid refrigerant will settle back down where it belongs, and then the refrigerator should actually function again if there was no other damage caused when moving the unit.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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