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Does the light really go out when we close the door? From the early icebox to the modern built-in frost-free stainless steel double door works of art, refrigerators have improved greatly over the years, and we seldom think about them until they don't work right. From cleaning methods to repairs, this category is the place to get advice and answers to your questions about refrigerators.
It may be due to some technical faults in the refrigerator. I think  it is better to get the help form the refrigerator technician to  dispense water from the door.
A lot u should tear urs up I made 1000000 dollars off of mine
Add the cubic foot measurement of the refrigerator interior to the  cubic foot measurement of the freezer interior.
Start at the medium setting and give it 24 hours. Invest in a dial thermometer to see the temperature. If need be adjust temperature from there. Range should be 38 to 42 degrees.
They are able to keep your food fresh just like any other fridge or  freezer.
eat you eat them as soon as you make them
if you refridgerate something, what do you do to it
  It took about 5 hours to get the 1st cubes
Very possible, especially if it was still in the can. You'll know very soon though.
Rubber bands last longer if you put them in the fridge.      "In all things, entropy is usually the boss, meaning, when things  are at their most basic broken down state, they tend to last  longer. And anything at a higher more complex state will tend to  have a much shorter life span....
Wrap the battery with the plastic and put it into the fridge. But do not let the water to get into the battery. Put it in the fridge for a day and take it out after that charge it for 8 hours.
Most are as cold as 5°F.
at least two weeks if you have a GE top dollar refrigerator
  The root of the word originated in the early 1500's most likely latin origin. Even before written word though man knew that cold kept food fresh. From digging a hole in the ground to the most elaborate refrigerations we have in operation today, there has also been an ice-box as many of the...
It is better to store bagels in a sealed plastic bag at room  temperature. Storing them in a refrigerator is not recommended, as  bagels will quickly dry out and become stale - for longer-term  storage, freeze instead. To freeze, wrap tightly with aluminium  foil or plastic freezer bag.
Answer . Most of the time the answer is “Yes.” However, if you notify the landlord right away, he can usually have an appliance repair person there very quickly so you don’t lose any food items. If your refrigerator "died" and it was not your fault, that is you did not improperly operate it,...
  The rule for meat in the fridge is fresh 2-3 days, semi dry 2-3 weeks and dry 4 to 6 weeks
various sizes to suit your domestic requirements, you will have to visit a store. But anything from 2 or 3 cubic feet upwards
I dont know try it yourself. yess its safe
because of hygiene . +++ . Also reduces air circulation so makes the cooling action lessefficient.
Sometimes an ice maker will stop making ice. This tip could work to  dislodge the ice. The cause could be a cube that has become lodged  where it should not be. Unload the freezer (pain) and use a hair  dryer directly pointed at the ice maker, on high heat, for about 20  minutes. This melts the...
It totally depends on what you have. Everything produced in the  1950's was hierarchical. If you drove around in a Cadillac you were  definitely wealthy, If you drove around in a base model Chevy, you  were just an average person. It's the same with the Refrigerators  from this time period. A...
Cold air is pumped ina at the top, as hot air rises. The cold air will sink, cooling all the food as it sinks, and all the time more cool air is pumped in and hot air is taken out.
This can be achieved by boiling the water before to remove  impurities. Leave it to cool, then freeze for clear (or clearer at  least!) ice.
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Bought mine new in 1993. Need the manual.
FLASH GAS - Instantaneous evaporation of some liquid refrigerant at the metering device due to pressure drop which cools the remaining liquid refrigerant to desired evaporation temperature.This flash gas cannot absorb any heat having a negative effect on the net refrigeration cycle
Electricity is necessary to maintain the cool temperature of the interior of a refrigerator without loading tons of ice constantly inside.
If it uses 60 watts at 115volts then it only uses 0.51amps.
In the 1930' non-toxic, non-flammable synthetic refrigerants such  as Freon-12 were introduced. However, R-12 damaged the ozone layer,  causing governments to issue a ban on its use in new refrigerators  in 1994. The less harmful replacement, R-134a has been in common  use since 1990.
As long as you keep the door closed as much as possible, it's probably ok for a day or so, but eventually the food will spoil.
Ahh. Good question, good question but I think there are more important questions in life to be pondering about. Such as: is there a cure for cancer? if yes what is it? , what is the point of a sphinx? , how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsiepop? No but seriously it was Carl...
Food is cooled from surrounding air particles and so if a packet is obstructing the vibration of the particles the food will be unable to cool.
Kenmore is Sears and Roebuck's product name for many items they provide for sale. Most all are manufactured by reputable leading makers of such products. Those products found unsuitable or too troublesome are soon no longer a Kenmore product for sale. The first 3 numbers of the model number denote...
You can refrigerate them for decades if you want. You shouldn't eat them if they've been refrigerated for more than a week, though.
Fluorescent don't like the cold, they are slow to come on. I thinkthey have come up with some for outdoor use but a refrigerator bulbis so small I don't think I would bother. Additionally, the lifetime of a CFL bulb is diminished each timethe bulb is turned on, much more so than an incandescent bulb...
To keep food at a safe temperature and let you know what the degrees are.
Answer . Off the top of my head without any more information, I would say there is a space heater plugged in on the same circuit. Or possibly a microwave.
There are a variety of reasons you may soak beans. If you want to  soak them and then keep them in the fridge, they will usually last  about two to three days.
you keep your scardox alien in the fridge for a day or if it doesn't work try 2 days.
    no you should not because then they will go bad faster because they say it should be in a warm temp and not be cold and by putting it in the fridge you are causing a sudden drop in temperature
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  Yes but once you open it you must refrigerate it. Read the package for details.
Try not to open the door too often, this is the same with the freezer, if you leave the freezer door shut, the goods will stay frozen longer than you think,
Yes. The refrigerator was invented in 1876 by Carl von Linde.
90 degrees Fahrenheit , at least my refrigator is.
Refrigerator doors.
The temperature on the counter top is high compared to that inside  a fridge. A high temperature usually makes ice to melt faster than  a low one.
  If you bake the ham properly so that it is cooked all the way through and to a high enough temperature to kill any and all germs, then theoretically you don't need to refrigerate it at all for a couple of days. That said, it is much, much better to leave uncooked meat refrigerated until ready...
  Avantiproducts.com is their web sight. They are not very proud of their product that they do not have any contact information with the cooler.
This type of problem could be caused by the water valve or the  temperature in the freezer. If the temperature gets above 5  degrees, the ice-maker production will start slowing down. If the  temperature is all right, to determine if the ice-maker or water  valve is the problem, the ice-maker...
Turkey breast in good for approximately 6-8 days in the refrigerator.
They shrink. Buy some balloons and see for yourself! They are not  expensive.
I paid about 700 bucks for a Kenmore 21 cubic inch top freezer.
  Store this in the refrigerator, but put it in a plastic container. Do not keep it in the metal can.
About 1 to 2 weeks No i don't agree with that first answer at all. I say Less than ONE DAY.with out anything on it the pasta will stick together. It will get chewy pretty fast. Personally i would not eat it at all stored without sauce on it . Stored with sauce I would eat it only the next day no...
  I don't know! It's hard to figure this out!GOSH! I tried at least.............................. that's what matters. Dosen't it!
  No longer than an hour or so if left out in room temp. Bacteria can start to grow on foods in an hour. Our stomach acids can kill some of these bacteria but not all. Foods should be kept out of the danger zone which is above 45 degrees and below 145 degrees. In this zone foods are perfect for...
No, refrigerators do not emit anything. The only thing that could happen is if you left food in it forever at it rotted.
  I regularly eat them after they have been heated once, then the rest put in the fridge (well covered) up to a week later, and I have never had a problem.
Heating food will destroy any pathogens in it. Cooling it back down doesn't cause these pathogens to grow again, but they can if there is a source in the fridge from which they can spread to this new food. Refrigeration is only used to keep food from spoiling for a longer period of time rather than...
  3-5 days. It is advised to remove food from a can before storing food in the refrigerator.
  You have over ripe fruit somewhere near or in your refrigerator.
John Standard improved the design for the refrigerator with a  patent in June of 1891. Standard was an African American inventor  who lived in Newark, New Jersey. He also patented an idea to  improve the oil stove.
Cullen invented the basis for modern refrigeration in 1748 while in  Glasgow.
  while a chest freezer is the most ideal way of freezing foods because cold air drops ,the evaporator coils run in the lining of the chest a cold spot on the outside of the freezer could be caused by a void in the insulation(due to a previous repair) a discoloration about 6"in diameter sounds...
It depends on what kind of refrigerator you own.
It could be that your water inlet valve is weeping. This means that  a very small amount of water is passing through the valve  constantly. Your inlet valve is a triple valve that supplies water  to the ice maker and the water in the door, one to filter. The  triple valve has three solenoids and...
It is used to keep your food, drinks, and other items cool and frozen. It will keep your food fresher for longer.
  Typically an onion doesn't have an odour unless it's rotten or has been cut. I would put it in a ziploc bag and that should keep the gases that an onion produces contained.
have you any info on regasing of friges
  I always treat food like house guests: throw them out (or freeze them) after 3 days. As my ma said and her ma said, "when in doubt, throw it out" and the ever popular "better safe than sorry"
Yes. You just need to set it back up for about 24 hours before you turn back on!
Apparently they can last in the fridge for up to 5 days. I see  pizza pops in vending machines so I assume it's fine in the fridge.
  a larder fridge does not have a freezer/chilling/ice box.
the boiling point of refrigerant in a refrigeration or air conditioning system determines the pressure of the low side of the system