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mityfowl
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join:2000-11-06
Dallas, TX
reply to Mr Matt

Re: Using Dry Ice for Cooling backup for refrigerator?

Ever think of keeping the door closed for 6 hours?

Mr Matt

join:2008-01-29
Eustis, FL
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The problem is keeping the door closed from when. The power company will not tell what time they intend to interrupt power nor will they tell me which day the 16th or 17th.

Bob4
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join:2012-07-22
New Jersey
You're overthinking this. Just keep the door closed. Things will stay cool all day.

Leave the house. What else are you going to do with the power shut off?

Tig

join:2006-06-29
Carrying Place, ON
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reply to Mr Matt
said by Mr Matt:

The problem is keeping the door closed from when. The power company will not tell what time they intend to interrupt power nor will they tell me which day the 16th or 17th.

Turn a lamp on. Place it on top of the fridge. If the lamp is not lit. Do not open the fridge.

AsherN
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join:2010-08-23
Thornhill, ON
reply to Mr Matt
said by Mr Matt:

The problem is keeping the door closed from when. The power company will not tell what time they intend to interrupt power nor will they tell me which day the 16th or 17th.

When the power goes off in the house, stop opening the door. When it comes back, you're OK.

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