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Can I lay the heater on its side for storage? Can I store it in sub zero tempatures over the winter?

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No keep it standing up.. no not in sub zero

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I'm sorry to hear that you are having a problem with the hinges on your Sub-zero unit. I would recommend that you apply lithium grease to the hinges using a cue-tip. Lithium grease seems to work well and also holds up nicely. You should be able to find this grease at a home improvement store or auto parts store.


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