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Re: Allis Chalmers Refrigerator Questions

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lance

04-30-2002 09:13:42




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Last Sentence should read Any manuals or replys would be greatly helpful.




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Jim

05-01-2002 12:38:17




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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers Refrigerator Questions in reply to lance, 04-30-2002 09:13:42  
I work on refrigerators and appliances , and if it is the old ammonia type refrig you are better off trashing it or calling a repairman and seeing about retro-fitting it with a newer compressor. I have seen this done and it woirks nice and yu still have the old AC fridge, it just isnt worth as much.....



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Terry R.

05-01-2002 17:45:20




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers Refrigerator Questions in reply to Jim, 05-01-2002 12:38:17  
Hey Jim correct me if im wrong but if it is an ammonia type it should be a gas refrigerator and not have a compressor in it.The old ammonia ones ran off of LP gas.Not many around,Terry.



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Jim in michigan

05-12-2002 17:18:55




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers Refrigerator Questions in reply to Terry R., 05-01-2002 17:45:20  
Some of the old refrigerators with the top mounted compressors were ammonia based. but yes most Ammonia units are gas. some campers and motor homes up until a few years back still had Ammonia units, and when they sit the ammonia sticks so you just take them out and turn them upside down. or put them in the back of your truck and find a bumpy road to drive up and down,,,,Jim



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