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DIY freezer repairs

I’ve this week replaced a broken hinge on our small freezer in the cupboard under the stairs. The freezer has been going strong for a number of years now and recently one of the hinges broke. After pulling it out of its home I found the hinges were held on by 4 screws. Armed with the make and model a quick search came up with http://www.espares.co.uk/. I’ve also found spare parts for my lawnmower and pressure washer on there as well, so definately one to re-visit some time soon.

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After a couple of days the new hinges turned up and were replaced in a matter of minutes. As one hinge had broken, the second one was likely to go sometime soon so replacing both at the same time is a wise move. For less than £19 I’ve fixed a freezer that the could have been on its way to the scrap heap.

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