Question about Freezers
My sub zero freezers insulation is getting wet and then freezing probalby due to age and natural breakdown of the material. Is there some way to dry it out and then drill holes in the back and refill it with new foam insulation as a stop gap measure?
These units are pretty much manufactured, then the insulation is inserted as a liquid that forms into a solid insulation. Consider the age of the unit for a replacement IMHO.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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