Question about Refrigerators
The condensor coils run around , up , down , the sides of the freezer . This heat is the heat being pulled OUT of the inside , which makes the freezer cold . Freon (refrigerant) attracts heat , which causes the frost in refrigeration . But , the heat has to dissapate , otherwise , hot gas would pump thru the system , and , no cool . A freezer does not get cold , Heat is pulled out , causing food to freeze . So , hot is good .
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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