A foursome of ladies was standing on a tee when a streaker ran across the fairway in front of them. One lady asks, "Is that Dick Green?"
Another replied, "No, I think it's just the reflection off the grass."
Do they still make fridges like the one i have? single compressor with an
evaporator in the freezer compartment only, fridge compartment above the
freezer (both the same size)
Middle of the rear of the freezer compartment is a fan (behind a panel), and
ducting to the fridge compartment, with a few servo operated flaps in the
When the freezer wants cooling, compressor starts up, freezer cools down,
if the fridge then calls for cooling whilst the compressor is on, fan starts
up and flaps open, blowing cold air from the freezer into the fridge part,
cold outlet at the top of the fridge, air return at the bottom.
If the freezer dosent want cooling, and the fridge does, the fan starts up,
flaps open and the fridge cools from the latent coolness in the freezer,
then if the freezer gets warm enough due to the fridge sucking cold air out
and letting warmish air back in, the compressor will start up,
On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 11:11:40 +0100, D.M. Procida wrote:
Because that would move the set point of the fridge compartment,
making it too cold.
No, it's been heated by the energy from the light... The set point
remains the same but because there is too small a heat loss from the
fridge compartment when in a cool/cold enviroment the compressor
doesn't run and the freezer also warms up. By artificially warming
the fridge compartment the compressor comes on and keeps the freezer
closer to the right temperature.
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