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Routh  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 27, 2018 12:22:09 AM(UTC)
Routh

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Hi all,
One of my friends purchased a new refrigerator last week in a fair deal. It has the ultra facilities like temperature sensors, water filtration system and energy saver technology. The main problem of his old refrigerator was that it has lost its frosty feel. If ice creams or chocolates are kept in the freezer, it will melt like ice melting into water. Although the mechanic had checked the condenser fan and cleaned the vents on the back of the freezer compartment it didn't turn out successful.
However, since he bought the new one, he is planning to dispose of the old one. As you all know disposing of the refrigerator is a hefty task. Since it can cause the release of harmful chemicals, it needs to be disposed of carefully. He asked me to get a refrigerator disposal company to dispose of the old refrigerator. As such companies will have enough manpower, I hope the disposing will be done with utmost care.
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