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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Weekly Wednesday Stock Ideas: Refrigerator Servicing Items

Every week at W.L. may we have several items we feature as good parts to consider adding to your stock. These parts also have special pricing available. For pricing details, ask your account representative for more information. This week we look at a few refrigerator parts and related items.

Our first item this week is not particularly refrigerator oriented. Still, it is worth mentioning. Every servicer needs a flashlight, and the EMF-1 is a pretty good choice. Not only will it shed some light on the situation at hand, but it the light itself is on a flexible tip to help shine light into some of those dark corners that can be found when performing an appliance repair. To seal the deal, the tip is also magnetic, which can come in handy if you happen to drop a screw or some other metal part.


Another item that is not necessarily for refrigeration, but it often is. Leak Lock is a popular pipe joint sealant that can be used for refrigeration lines. It's versatile, though. It can also be used for pipe joints on gas appliances, water lines and more. Many people remember the products name, but not as many can recall the part number. It is HS10001.

This next product is absolutely refrigerator oriented. When trying diagnose a refrigerator it is important to know how cold the refrigerator is getting. That number can vary depending on a number of factors. A great way to track fluctuations in refrigerator temperature is by using a data logger. In the old days this was a big box with round paper discs that would record the temperature with a pen on a chart printed on the disc.

Technology has really done a lot to improve the process. SL300T is a small sensor on a USB that can track data then upload the readings to your PC. You can put this small unit in a customers refrigerator then return later to pick it up with temperature readings stored on the device. Very handy at times.

In addition to these 3 items, we are featuring 6 other refrigeration related items this week. For more details, ask your account manager.

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