Question about Freezers
I've just inherited an old 7. cu ft Kenmore Freezer. It must be about 20 years old and I haven't plugged it in yet. The door squeaks and yowls like a horror movie! I tried WD40 and Pam but so far no luck. It has one movable shelf and two that have the coils running through. Can I place food on the coiled shelves?
If it starts OK, what are the warning signs pointing toward imminent death?
As it's a freebie I want to give it a chance. Any particular tips to keep it happy?
The first model numbers are C675 then a string of long numbers
If it is a shelve it is made for storage. A sign of imminent death on these old freezers would be its ability NOT to reach a low enough temperature when running. The older systems had heavier metals in the construction including the cooling systems. Some tips on keeping it happy would be to operate it in a place where you would be comfortable to sit for an extended period of time.
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