Question about Freezers
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Not all refrigerators are insulated the same and not all
condensers are in the same place. Your cold control is monitoring the
temperature of the refrigerator section and is designed to turn off the
compressor to keep things from freezing in that section. If it stays cold long
enough outside in your garage the cold control thinks its cold enough and won't
turn the compressor on. A makeshift closet to hold a little heat the unit
generates will probably help.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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