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I just moved a small freezer chest across town. I had it on its side for less than 30 minutes.

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Old 10-17-2009, 03:42 PM
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I just moved a small freezer chest across town. I had it on its side for less than 30 minutes. Can I just plug it back in or do I need to wait a period of time. It is cooled with R134a if that makes a difference.

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I see you posted this a few hours ago so you should be good to go! You just need to give the oil time to drain back into the compressor. Questions About Refrigerators
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