People like gadgets, needed or not. When I open a door or use the ice
dispenser it shows on a display the temperature of the freezer and
refrigerated sections. I can also independently change the temperature
of the drawer.
All sorts of nifty things but no butter compartment.
Does not have to be heated, just not as cold as the rest of the fridge.
Last two were like that. Last *heated* butter compartment was in a
Frigidaire we bought in 1966. Had a multiple position dial. It was
still a GM company back then.
I've not encountered a "non-heated" butter compartment that was
sufficiently warmer than the rest of the refrigerator to make
a difference. Doors are well insulated, now, so virtually any
place inside the "refrigerated section" is "cold".
I've taken to removing butter from the refrigerator well in
advance of needing it. Especially if baking (as "firm" butter
doesn't mix well with other ingredients).
On Saturday, July 9, 2016 at 10:46:15 AM UTC-5, Art Todesco wrote:
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A bit late, but I had a similar experience two days ago with a brief, like
lights flickered off, and came back on.
I noticed water puddling at the refrigerator yesterday.
I scheduled a home warranty visit for $75, thinking the icemaker wasn't wor
king (dripping at ice dispenser).
After further investigation, i found the cooling wasn't working, but no doo
Today, I pulled the refigerator out, unplugged it and plugged it back in.
The fan and compressor started up and cooling is back on.
Now I know why the previous owner had a UPS behind the refrigerator making
it stick out an extra 6 inches.
I'll put a slimmer UPS, probably wall mount behind it now that I've had thi
On 17 Jan 2017, email@example.com wrote in alt.home.repair:
Almost everything these days is computerized just like your desktop
computer or laptop. For all of them you can spend a lot of time trying
to troubleshoot a problem... or just reboot the damn thing and chances
are that whatever is ailing will magically disappear. In principle I
hate to admit that a machine got the better of me, but sometimes ya
just gotta move past that on to more important things in life.
My motto: "Reboot now, worry later."
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