I bought a new refrigerator/freezer and I was planning to move my old one out to the garage and use it for additional cold storage space. Will it damage the unit if I store it in the garage?
Only if it is a self-defrosting refrigerator and the temperature in your garage drops below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, it is possible that the oil could thicken and cause premature compression failure.
What is the difference between a carrier and a shipper?
A shipper is an individual or company that provides commodities, while a carrier is somebody responsible for transporting people or goods and any potential loss that might take place during transport.
What benefits result from the professional air duct and vent cleaning?
A duct cleaner performs debris removal, eliminating contaminants that potentially degrade indoor air quality. Many benefits flow from maintaining regularly cleaned ducts and vents. Some of the most important include reducing circulating pollen, mold spores, and other potential allergens; improved indoor air quality; more efficient heating and cooling within the home; unobstructed interior airflow; and enhanced fire safety.
I have a technician that gave a 1 to 4 PM window. It's now 5:35 PM, and he's not here. We've been texting, and he called me at 3 o'clock to say he's in 45 minutes. That was 2 and a half hours ago. I have to be somewhere, so I had to cut my day short by coming here at 1 PM.
I'm so sorry to hear that. I'll check with the technician regarding; maybe he has an emergency. But don't worry, I'll let the manager call him so the technician will call you.
How do I connect my hive thermostat to the app?
If you want to install a device, hold down the buttons on the thermostat, then select 'add another device.' The status light on the receiver will turn green once all devices are linked.
What is a GFCI circuit breaker or outlet?
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter. It constantly measures the current on the hot and the neutral wire of a circuit. If the current in one of the wires differs from the other by 1/10,000 of an ampere the breaker or outlet trips. It does so because that 1/10,000 of an ampere is leaking and flowing somewhere other than through the wire and that somewhere could be someone’s body. These are used in wet locations throughout the house. Kitchens, bathrooms, outside, Garages, etc.
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