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Old 01-16-2002, 09:07 AM
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Make sure ...

Make sure you have some room behind the freezer in that closet! Unless they've changed over the years, they still need some ventilation space, to keep from overheating. You may also want to take the precaution of placing some plastic under the freezer ... just in case. When I was little our freezer was in the basement, so whenever it needed defrosting the water would drain into the floor drain. Our current freezer is in the garage, and I remove the chunks of ice as I'm able and the boys throw them outside. But, there is still some draining into the floor drain.

Let us know when you get your freezer ~ We'll all be over for ice cream.

Kelly H.
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