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 Why Does Food Freeze In The Fridge?

Answer Your fridge is set too high! It doesnt need to be as cold as people think. Also, it could be that your fridge is old and needs replacing :)
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If you are renting a home that came with a fridge and the fridge goes out and spoils 200 dollars worth of food who is responsible for replacing the food?

AnswerThe landlord if he/she were informed of the problem and did not repair or replace the refrigerator in a timely manner. Unless there is a clause in your rental agreement/lease that states othe... Read More »
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How does food in the fridge cool down?

food in the fridge cools down because of the cold air in the fridge.
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How does the fridge keep food cold?

it compresses air in the pipe's behind the fridge and places it into chamber, to keep it cold it takes air from within the fridge and re-compresses it.A refrigerator will keep food cold by converti... Read More »
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How does a fridge keep food from going mouldy?

Bacteria and fungi don't like living at such cold temperatures, just like us. By keeping food at
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