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Old 05-23-11, 10:24 AM   #21
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I had no problem at all with the plastic liner in the freezer holding the weight of the water. Recently I was looking over some junk at a farm sale and opened a chest freezer that was setting outside under the eve of a garage. The freezer was completely full of water with no signs of structural failure. I had quite a few years back made up a freezer for ice cream by placing a five gallon bucket in a four cubic foot chest freezer surrounded by water and freon pipes plumbed to an outside heat exchanger. No compressor, just used the outside cold to freeze the water via convection. No problem with the frozen water either.


I tried to contain myself, but I escaped.
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