Fridge freezers - lying them down for transport?.....
What's the rule here? I've googled it and got several different answers, I bought a new one from tesco but its just too small (cry)
It's going back on fri and I'm getting desperate, wasting so much free food!
There's a 2nd hand one on eBay only 15 miles away for much less than any new ones but without getting a van, could I transport in a car with seats down and let stand before turning on or us it a no no?
Ive been told you need to let it stand for 24 hours for ther gases but personally if I couldnt wait I would let it stand for a few hours. You probably get more expert replies.
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We moved house last year and the only way we could transport our fridge freezer was by laying it down. We let it stand for about 6 hours (would've done longer but we had stuff in the freezer!!) and it was fine, and touch wood it still is!
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