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    I love the coldness of the ref

    Not really a good situation when matters of economy is the subject. Oils and basic commodities are increasing fast, almost every month. I am a self employed mom and I do the budgeting at home. I have this two refrigerators which I used for my processed meat. I have to carefully save and spend less. I am just wondering how can I save with the use of the electricity when it comes to using the refrigerators. Can you also share it here? You may have a great ideas to share it with us. By the way thanks to this site, I am given the chance to ask questions

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    I hope this would help you for energy savings.Try to optimize the use of your two refrigerators but make sure neither of them is over stored with your stuff.

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    Keep the out side coils in the back and underneath clean.

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    Welcome! This is the welcome area and it states in red letters above not to post questions in this area.
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    The statement below is my signature and just my overall feeling towards our industry and does not necessarily pertain to you nor this thread.


    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

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