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Transporting a Freezer?

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To transport your freezer, you should first defrost the freezer before transportation as problems such as condensation and melting could occur during the move and ruin more than just the freezer. Remove any other removable objects from inside the freezer including the handles. Fill the inside of the freezer with lightweight blankets to make the freezer more stable during the journey and finally wrap a cover around the outside to prevent doors from opening.
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1. Secure the door shut with two strips of duct tape so it cannot swing open during transit. 2. Slide the freezer away from the wall. If the freezer is in a cubby, edge it from side
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When I was a boy , about eight, I lived in a housing project in a city. About once a week this old guy would come around the neighborhood in his horse and wagon and deliver large
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no you dont need to keep it upright for transporting it, make sure the doors are secure and get it back to your garage, get into the position you want it, then leave for 24 hours,
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Leave it standing for about 8 Hours. If the refrigerator is not that old it would not have built up much sediment in the bottom of the crank case. Transporting a refrigeration system
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