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No, not hell, but the innards of my freezer, which, ironically, makes the sensors in the appliance think it's cold and so won't actually keep either the fridge or the freezer cold anymore.  So, the inner walls freeze, and the insides of the freezer and fridge in turn melt.  The part to fix it is unavailable for a while, but at least it will be fixable some time next week.

Frozen foods are now downstairs in the freezer there (empty since the windstorm taking power out for a week) and we have 44 degrees expected overnight, so many fridge foods are in coolers out on my porch keeping cold, and my diabetic medicine and milk and other really really spoilables are in my college dorm fridge dug up from the garage.  Amazingly, it still works 20 years later, and it was used when I bought it.

Since we hadn't stocked up after the storm too much, we haven't lost anything yet.  It is just seriously irritating, and money we can't afford going towards repairs.

Silver lining?  Um, I guess it will be dethawed and really cleaned out before Thanksgiving leftovers get put in?

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