If you stand it up the proper way and let it set for a couple days, the freon will make its way back through the orifice and it should work again. The problem comes from liquid freon getting into the condenser coils.
If you apply the force directly horizontally on a flat plane, then putting the object on an inclined plane and applying force the same direction as before will still be applying force directly horizontally. I'm not sure that this question is quite as specific as the answer you require. ~Phoenix Flentge
Yes The Steam Engine/Tractor is still being use to this day.
Yes, because its still burning energy.
The tesla coil was invented in 1891 and is still being used today.
Ignoring air resistance, its horizontal speed is still 9 meters per second, its vertical speed is approx. 9.81 m/s, as the acceleration of gravity is 9.81 meters per second per second.
Convicts stopped being transported to Australia in 1865.There are prisoners, however, which are quite different to convicts.
umm it depends how long it is in the freezer and if it still not frozen it will explode but if you keep it in the freezer and it will turn to ice and it wont explode. umm it depends how long it is in the freezer and if it still not frozen it will explode but if you keep it in the freezer and it will turn to ice and it wont explode.
It would still be like normal, only frozen.If you have a GOOD freezer
basil should be stored in an that has a window near it if it is still being grown. but if you have already it store it in the freezer and when you need it it and its ready to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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it has to have those wings that can face horizontally or vertically and hover
Until it gets freezer-burned, maybe 4-6 months.
I have one!! Its butter yellow, and still in great shape, want it? I have one also. Still being used in my kitchen...a little rust under freezer.
Providing the freezer has not been opened for any length of time the food should be fine.
An ice chest in the 1800s contained what we would now put in a refigerator. A freezer in the 1800s is still calledl a freezer.
Yes, but the texture may suffer slightly from either the condensation from being wrapped and refridgerated while still hot or from freezer burn if not wrapped. The best bet is to cool the meat uncovered in the fridge for a couple hours, wrap it tightly, then freeze it.