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 What Is a Fridge Condenser?

Answer The refrigerator condenser is a series of metal tubes, sometimes with fins attached, that allows the fridge coolant to diffuse heat into the outside air. Many refrigerators have their condensers on... Read More »
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Science question Will beer chill faster in an empty fridge or a full fridge?

As an HVAC Master Mechanic I can say the difference would be negligible. To some extent it would depend on the size of the compressors in each fridge and the amount of air flow in each plus some es... Read More »
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If a fridge magnet can't hold apiece of paper against a fridge what forces are acting on it?

if a refrigerator magnet cant hold a piece of paper against a refrigerator, the forces acting on the magnet must be what?
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Just moved house and carried my fridge up a set of stairs. can i plug me fridge in now?

My hamster is stuck under fridge, anyone familiar with fridge parts?

You need to get in there and just pull him out. Hamsters cant get stuck easily because there bodies are moldable. If his fur actually is stuck, you just need to cut it with scissors and it will gro... Read More »
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