Transporting Fridge-freezer
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swsgm30
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Transporting Fridge-freezer

Post by swsgm30 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 5:33 pm

I've been offered a working fridge-freezer by a mate (who's getting a new one) and thought it might be handy for beer etc in the garage ... will it be ok to transport on its side as I drive an estate car?? .. not sure if I've heard they must be kept upright :oops:

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Post by iwigster » Tue Nov 18, 2008 8:19 pm

Yes you can transport it on it's side but you must leave it upright for at least 18/24 hours before you plug it in or turn it on.

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