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(hot tube) – a length of a refrigeration system's warm condenser tubing
that is routed inside a refrigerator or freezer cabinet to warm its
surface, preventing condensation. These are usually routed near the
coldest, most condensation-prone areas of the cabinet, like around a
freezer section's front flange. Before this energy-saving invention,
electric heaters were used for the purpose.
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