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For the first time beginning this summer, my Amana refrigerator (1999) is dripping from the freezer into the refrigerator below. I thought maybr because it was a very hot summer and it was self defrosting often. Is it worth or can it be repaired? e-mail address: annekaras@comcast.net

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  • annekaras Nov 06, 2010

    Thank you for your help. Because I am not sure what value the euro has in dollars at this time, I do not know how to figure my cost but at least I know what needs to be done and can be a little more intelligent about the repair.
    Anne

  • annekaras Nov 06, 2010

    It seems to be a solution at this time and I will use this knowledge when I have a repairman to the house. Thank you for letting me know what the problem is.
    Anne

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Yes i think its worth repairing as a engineer shouldnt charge a lot to top the gas up for you ,be warned though that R134 gas has escaleted in price since last year though i have just paid 238 euros for new 15kg bottle for topping up ,thats only the gas though no depoisit or anything on the bottle .should cost no more than 100 euros tops even in madrid to check and gas a fridge about 70 euros around here

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