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Refrigerators are designed to be used inside at typical to normal
household temperatures. The problem with refrigerators are if the ambient
temperatures drop down below 55 Degrees F Food in freezer will begin to defrost
when the temperature in the garage goes below 55 degrees Fahrenheit. The fresh
food section may begin to freeze food slightly below this temperature. If you
live in an area where the outside ambient temperature does not get below 70
degrees F or 20 degrees C then the refrigerator will work fine but to have it
located in an area where temperatures drop well below this you could lose some
food. There are heaters that can be adapted to the compressor if used in an
unheated area. Hope this helps, Sea Breeze
It's between 55 and 65 degrees fahrenheit. If you're storing a lighter red wine, you'd want to keep it on the lower end (55 degrees). And for the darker (deep) red, you'd want to keep it on the higher end (65 degrees). All white wines should be on the lower end, and below. You can drop down to 50 degrees if you'd like. I hope this helps. Good Luck!
Good day, That is normal if the room or area is too cold. If the room temperature drops below 55 degrees Fahrenheit then that problem will start to show up. All manufacturers state the machine will start to unbalance below that temperature.
Good day, Yes, Frigidaire specifically states any temperature below 55 degrees will unbalance the machine causing the freezer to warm.
This is due to the fact that the thermostat that runs the entire machine is located in the fresh food section. When it reaches it's normal temperature it shuts the entire machine down. In cold weather it could stay off for the best part of the dy, if not the entire day.
As well. on some model Frigidaire's, they makes a winterizing kit. It is wired to the thermostat in a manner that heats the thermostat artificially in cold weather to cause it to cycle more. Contact your local appliance parts house to see if they carry the kit for your machine.
For any four cycle engine (engines with separate oil and fuel fill locations) use high quality detergents in the following viscosity.
For Briggs & Stratton engines use an SAE30 oil above 40 degrees F (4 C) and below this temperature use 5W-30.
For Tecumseh engines use an SAE30 oil above 32 degrees F (0 C) and below this temperature use 5W-30.
For Kohler L-Head engines use an SAE30 oil above 32 degrees F (0 C) and below this temperature use 5W-30. For Kohler Overhead Valve engines use a 10W-30 above 0 degree F (-18 C), and below this temperature use a 5W-30.
For Honda engines,10W-30 is recommended for general use, and above 55 degrees F (10 C) you can use an SAE 30.
For MTD Brand engines, SAE 10W-30 is recommended for general, all-temperature use. (From the MTD answer pages). Best regards, --W/D-- Please feel free to rate my solution. Thanx.
12 degrees celcius equals 53.6 degrees Farenheit. You can have a unit hard wired but I don't recommend it. There are limitions to a\c units, they really shouldn't run if the outside temp is below 60 degrees.
Top mount refrigerator installed in a garage and the food in the freezer is defrosting when
the temperature in the garage goes below 55 degrees fahrenheit.
On top mount refrigerators you cycle the compressor and fan/fans from the food
compartment temperature. When the room temperature gets colder than 55 F, you have
long off times waiting for the food compartment to warm enough to trip the cold control.
This long off time is allowing the freezer temperature to get high enough that food can start
There is a kit for refrigerators installed in applications where the temperature can go as low
as 34 F and still maintain good freezer temperatures. The kit part number is 5303918301
and it contains a heater that mounts in the control box and an instruction sheet advising
how to install the heater.
Kit 5303918301 contains:
Part # 5303950194 Instruction sheet
Part # 241532101 Heater