Question about Refrigerators
My guess is that Aluminum bends easier and doesn't conduct
electricty like copper (since the black tube is really full of electricty and if it breaks could short the whole business)
Since the whole point is to keep the drain above freezing (so the
water from the defrost doesn't overflow into the bottom of freezer
and sometimes onto the floor.) Aluminun transmits heat down into the drain easily.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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