Can You Transport a Refrigerator Lying down?

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A refrigerator can be transported lying down varying on model or type. There are some refrigerators that cannot be positioned in the horizontal transportation for more than 12 hours. However most manufacturers suggest for the vertical transportation format.
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1. Detach the doors from the main body of the refrigerator. Locate the bolts that secure the doors. The bolts may be hidden under caps that can be pried off with a standard screwdriver
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the reason you need to let them is after being on their side is because the oil runs out of the sump of the compressor and gathers in the low point (the side it's laying on) in the
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Leave it unplugged for at least 3 hours but I have a company policy that my employees not plug one in for 4 hours. Although 4 hours is a little overkill, I just want to make sure
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Dear Elton, I have moved alot of refrigerators over the past 50 years and I have always laid them down during transport. I always make sure they are upright for at least 12 hours
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