Originally posted by rayr I dont melt ice either. My customes wont pay 100 an hour for it so I go to another job and stop back in a week. LOL
I should change my signature to " Will arrange ice melting for $117/hour". What looks like an easy task is not usually completed successfully by just shutting it off or turning it over to the store staff. Knowing where the drain outlet is and clearing it first will prevent those nasty overflows on the floor and some dismantling can be required to get at all the ice or it will be back like cancer if not all removed. Glad we don't have any of those old 5 deck freezers at our customers, they were a pig to clear up properly as they usually had a secondary pan full of hidden ice, before the problem affected the case temp.
Don't miss my after hour ice melting days, but it is easy money!
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