Question about Refrigerators
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The older fridges used amonia and water for a refrigerant. If it sits for a time the two seperate. Remove your fridge and turn it upside down and back again... let it sit for a bit in both positions. Occasionally turn it on.. either with gas or electric if so equipped. The process of heating and mixing the amonia and water will sometimes do the trick. When you notice its starting to get cold let it run a while.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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