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        Q: Can you get an electric shock from a fridge ?
A: I ha one not refrigerating well lately , I could tell it 's refrigerating some , but not enoughly . Turns out the small fan inside the fridge himself ( it is disguised under a panel in the freezer ) 's a bad and not forcing the cold air into the fridge part . Cost about $ 120.00 installed . Works like a charm now .   If you pull the fridge out and listen , you are able tell if the compressor is running . Not convinced about the capacitor and getting zapped . Just stay away from the electric connexions and unplug also . 

Q: How many fridge magnets on your fridge?
A: I have approximately 10 , but my Auntie collects themetres away from all around the world . She has in excess of 300 of them . She has them on the front and sides of her refrigerator , the front and sides of her chest freezer , as well as on a enormous magnetic board she purchased to put them on . She has them organized so that ones from the same part of the world 're all together was later alphabetically ordered in each section . 

Q: How do fridge magnets stay on a fridge?
A: Becauses of such steel ( iron ) usage to produce the door . Share to :