What do you feel on your feet when you open the refrigerator door?
Cold air is heavier than warm air so when you open the fridge door the cold air 'drops' out of the fridge onto the floor.
If your refrigerator door is opened and you're not hungry, then close the door. If your refrigerator door is open and you are hungry get something to eat and close the door. Read More
If you have noticed the warm air blowing from behind your refrigerator, that is the heat that was in the air that is inside your refrigerator. If you leave the door open the air around the refrigerator will briefly feel cold, but it will warm back up and the food in the refrigerator will go bad. Read More
The first place to look for is your refrigerator. There is a soft magnet between refrigerator door and the refrigerator body itself. You cannot see it directly but you can see it in action. When you close or open the door, you feel that the door sticks to the refrigerator body. That happens precisely because of magnets. Read More
you cannot cool the kitchen by keeping the refrigerator door open Read More
Open the door, put in the elephant, and close the door. Read More
You feel cold because... come on its common sense really .... The cold in the fridge or refrigerator comes out and hits you, the same when you go into a wine cellar or ice storage room you feel the cold when open door Read More
the air in a fridge when you open the door gets hotter because you let the particles out Read More
You feel a cool sensation because the refrigerator is full of cold air. Read More
Why a room can be warmed by leaving open the door of an oven but cannot be cooled by leaving open the door of a kitchen refrigerator?
A refrigerator is not designed to cool a large area like a room and just can't do it. Read More
Who has less power consumption double door refrigerator or single door refrigerator for same capacity?
The double door will usually work out better. You will be able to only open the compartment that you need, keeping the air in for the rest of the refrigerator. Read More
if its plugged in and when you open the door the light is on Read More
Here are some sentences. Put the leftovers in the refrigerator. Her refrigerator is new. Read More
Refrigerator door works with the help of magnets which are attached behind the rubber seal on the door which attracts to close the door and doesn't open without any force Maheshwari - VI - Sri Aurobindo International School, Hyderabad Read More
No. The heat that is generated by cooling the inside is usually given off at the back of the refrigerator. If you leave the door open then everything will become room temperature. Read More
What did Theodore Roosevelt feel was the only defense for maintaining the Open Door Policy to China?
he feel it was a door in china Read More
hinge Read More
Put some WD-40 into the hinges on the door, and swing it open and closed a few times to work it in. That should stop the squeaking. Read More
When you turn off and unplug a refrigerator should you leave the door open and the door to the freezer as well?
Yes ... this prevents bad odors from forming. Read More
Replace the Viking refrigerator with a reliable brand appliance. Viking will continue to give you nothing but trouble. Read More
depends. how long is the door open? maybe enough heat gets inside to cause the refrigerator to start. Read More
No, in most homes the refrigerator is the second largest user of electricity. Keeping this appliance open is simply a waste of energy. Instead, use a fan or open a window to cool down the kitchen. Read More
you open the door and turn the dial down to zero and let it defrost. Read More
yes. there is a button that is pushed when you close it. and when you open it the button is released. Read More
It depends on what kind of food it is, and I have a question myself. Why do you need this information, and what in the world are you doing with your refrigerator door open? (just trying to do some humor.) Read More
No, the fridge puts as much heat out its back as it will put out the door. Read More
Yes but leave the door open to prevent mould build-up Read More
The refrigerator moo cow which moos when you open the door is available from Fundamental Tool, Huntington Valley, PA 19006. Read More
No, but it may ruin the food! Depending on how wide the door was left open, it will just take some time for the fridge to reach its correct temperature again. Read More
Decide what you want from the refrigerator or freezer before you open them so you don't waste electricity by standing there looking inside and keeping the door open. Read More
Can you ruin a refrigerator by opening and closing the door too often or leave door open to put away groceries?
No, you cannot ruin the refrigerator by opening and closing the door or by leaving the door open for a few minutes. Refrigerators do have a lifespan for the number of times the doors can be opened and closed before a hinge breaks or the seal is damaged, but this cycle can be in the millions - so it won't be affected with normal use. Each time you open and close the refrigerator, some cool… Read More
Yes. Cold air will sort of run from the fridge and on to the ground. Read More
No, for two reasons. First, the fridge door has to be closed to keep the air temperature inside the fridge cool enough to keep the foods cold and safe. Second, leaving the fridge door open causes the refrigerator to run more, costing more energy and running up the electric or gas bill. Read More
You can't but if you open the door and press the door switch in and the light goes out then you know it is definitely out when the door is closed. <<>> Use the video recorder on your telephone. Set it to record, put it in the fridge, close the door, open the door and play back the recording. If it is too dark to watch this will probably answer your question. Read More
Firstly check that the contents are not pushing against the door the check the rubber door seal that its not damaged which then causes the vacuum to drop - It is this that hold a door closed. Check also the the fridge is level. If its leaning forward then the door will open on occasion Read More
No you can't. In fact by opening the door, you will increase the work load of the refrigerator which in-turn will increase the temperature of the room. So by opening the door, you would actually make the room more hot. Refrigerator basically takes heat from cold region and through it to hot region. The hot region is the vent behind the refrigerator, which is basically in the same room. So refrigerator throws heat in the… Read More
Look on the top of the refrigerator to see if there are bolts available on the other side. It is a fairly intuitive process to change the door over if the refrigerator was made to do so. Read More
you'll have a homemade AC but not for long the refrigerator wont stay cool for long with the door open Read More
through the insulted walls, door when it is open,and warm food placed in the refrigerator Read More
No. Not only would it not work, but the food inside would get ruined. Bad idea. Read More
Unless it is a very unusual refrigerator 15 A is more than enough. If you look at the nameplate it should tell you exactly what the refrigerator draws. The name plate could be anywhere but the most common places are: at the bottom of the front with the door open, on the outside in back, inside the refrigerator. Read More
When you leave the door open, the cool air flows out, and the warm air flows in. This means that the fridge will have to work harder to keep the food at the same temperature. Read More
Open the refrigerator, put the giraffe in, close the refrigerator. Read More
The air temperature will increase since the cold air will drop out of the fridge and be replaced by warmer air. Read More
By opening the door of refrigerator, we can decrease the temperature of a room. A refrigerator works by taking heat from its interior and radiating it away from the coil at the back so the net effect of a refrigerator in a room with its door open should be no change in temperature. However, we should remember that a fridge has an electric motor in it and as all machinery is never 100% efficient there… Read More
The room and the refrigerator are a closed system. The fridge, being a machine, has efficiency which is less than 1. Therefore it creates more "waste" energy which is released into the room than it cools the insides of the fridge. Read More
In the U.S. today, the average refrigerator in a typical home provides between 18 and 26 cubic feet of storage space. For an average family of four, 19-22 cubic feet is common. These figures combine both the refrigerated compartment and the freezer compartment. Always remember that it's not just the physical dimensions of the fridge that will matter. There are usually space allotments you need to allow for, specified by the manufacturers, so that the… Read More
Cold air in the refrigerator escapes and is replaced by warm humid room air. This usually triggers the refrigerator mechanism to cool that air, if you leave the door open too long you can waste lots of electricity. Read More
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, Read More
Assuming I've interpreted your question correctly, the answer is No: A refrigerator is a heat exchanger; it removes heat from the inside and pumps it to the outside -- to plates on the rear of the fridge. If you feel the back of a refrigerator, it will be warm. You may think that if you separated the plates from the "cooling" part of the fridge and put them outside the room, it would cool the… Read More