Model #109-3F AMANA Air-conditioner/heat pump(outside unit)

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Question and Answers

Q:

What is dry ice?

A:

Dry ice can be very helpful when the refrigerator stops cooling or for a number of other emergency needs. I found a great link that has pretty much all the information you may need about dry ice. Hope this helps to answer your questions.

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Barbara H. -
January 23, 2011
A:

Dry ice is carbon dioxide which is the same thing we exhale when we breath.

Dry Ice is extremely cold (-109.3�F or -78.5�C) and is very good at keeping things cold.

When dry ice melts it does not leave water or liquid behind.

You must use insulated gloves to handle dry ice.

Sometimes a combination of regular ice and dry ice is used to extend the life of the regular ice made of water.

If the refrigerator ever breaks then dry ice would be your best bet for saving your food.

If you would like more information then try the following site: Dry Ice .

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
January 24, 2011
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