My 20 something genius decided to anti-ice my little black dorm fridge and
needless to say Chipped a hole in the lines in the freezer wall what should
I use to stop up the hole and then what kind of repair man does this kind of
recharge and last but not least is it worth the price to have it recharged
Did the gas leak out? If not duct tape (see prior discussion of best
duct tape...or just get the cheap stuff. :+) Also, did you pounce on
the leak for a cheesy freon buzz (more asphysiation than
anything...unless its ammonia, which leads to dorm evacualtions... :+).
If the coils were punctured, I'd look into a new fridge. What do they
go for these days in our consumption happy society? $100? I could not
imagine a repair/recharge going for much less.
Denise Baker wrote:
Agreed, new ones are too cheap to bother McGyvering a repair to the old one.
If it is one of the real small ones, just pry it apart, smash the plastic,
and fold up and hide all the metal inside a double garbage bag with some
other trash. All the freon is long gone, so no point in wasting a fortune on
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