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Re: Refrig in Garage

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ss55

01-07-2014 07:17:12
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The thermostate is likely inside the refrigerator seaction rather than inside the freezer section. Is there a dial with 1 to 9 to adjust the temperature of the freezer?




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George Marsh

01-07-2014 07:49:44
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 Re: Refrig in Garage in reply to ss55, 01-07-2014 07:17:12  
There is nothing wrong with ref. Yes, the thermostat is inside the ref section. That section is near freezing, so there is no way the compressor will come of. All will be fine by the weekend when the outside temps come out of the freezer.

The ref in garage is just a convience. Pull car in garage, unload things from car. Great for hollidays when people are over, loads of cooking, need extra space for food.

I just posted this because others may have same problem putting a ref in an unheated garage.

George

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Indiana Ken

01-07-2014 08:02:20
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 Re: Refrig in Garage in reply to George Marsh, 01-07-2014 07:49:44  
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I always knew there could be problems with a refrigerator in a cold area however, I never had anyone offer an explanation that made sense. I learned something today - thank you.



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George Marsh

01-07-2014 09:07:00
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 Re: Refrig in Garage in reply to Indiana Ken, 01-07-2014 08:02:20  
Ken, I learned something new when for the first time, with record cold temps, my ice cream melted. Hope it refreezes without a problem.

I think Steve may have the right idea, put a 40 watt bulb in ref. However, I really don't need this refrig. It's only a year old. It's just nice to have in the garage for the hollidays to put a big turkey in, drinks, and leftovers, that extra gallon of milk, creamer, OJ.

George

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504

01-07-2014 20:00:48
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 Re: Refrig in Garage in reply to George Marsh, 01-07-2014 09:07:00  
I have had older pop machines do that, most had a light bulb socket in the bottom, 25watt bulb and they worked fine



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Bill Radford

01-08-2014 06:58:54
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 Re: Refrig in Garage in reply to 504, 01-07-2014 20:00:48  
had a small "dormitory" fridge in the unheated portion of the shop..when it got down to 17 the other night most of the soft drink cans inside burst. What a mess to clean up when it thaws out...



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