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It may be meant to work that way: not every food requires the same temperature. Meat requires a cold environment, cheese and vegetables prefer higher temperatures. Since you have the freezer on the bottom and it works well, I would say everything is within expected range. Maybe try to increase the setting and check what you get. I guess the upper shelf ...


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Yes, there could be a little harm. For starters, your water supply to the refrigerator could freeze. A fix for this would be to insulate the water lines and getting a line heating strip: This would be run right along side your water line, or wrapped around the water line, and would prevent the water from freezing inside the line. This is very common with ...


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Assuming a common mixer valve, if the faucet washers are not neoprene, warming may cause the one in the cold valve to expand, choking off the cold water.


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There is no formal guidance or rule of thumb for determining ambient air temperature for wire runs through non-climate controlled areas in residential applications. Ultimately, since it is open to interpretation, check with your local inspector on what they will accept. If the non-environmentally controlled space is going to be close to or hotter than ...


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Size it for the highest expected temps in the area (geographically and part of building - huge differences there). If on the border line, then size to the conservative side and use bigger conductors or more runs. In my area, the high temps would be 105'F If we add another 50'F for an attic (worst case per your numbers) that would place me in the 155'F+ ...



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