Thank you for your answer. I read on the forum and from the information I was able to find it is quite important on which side the refrigerator is transported. However, according to these guidelines, I cannot determine which side this refrigerator should be on, because all the examples I found referred to refrigerators with one compressor. Surely it doesn't matter which side I put her on?
Physically, the refrigerator, if it has to, should lie on the side on which the compressor is. In your case you have 2, so if it's horizontal, it doesn't matter. As Stanley wrote *, he has to come off after such transport.
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maybe this article will help you, but with 2 aggregates it is either vertical or no difference which side.
I read this article and it seemed to me that according to this description, the refrigerator should be with the compressor discharge side facing up. I do not know anything about it, but by the method of deduction, looking at the photo, it seems to me that the discharge side of both compressors is on the left, i.e. the refrigerator should be on the right. I wanted to make sure, but since you write that it is all one thing, the problem is gone.
The discharge side if the genset is in the center, otherwise on the side with the genset. This is my suggestion and I stick to it always. With 2 aggregates, one will always be on top and gravity will do its job. That's why the fridge must stand out afterwards, some say 8h, others 12 or 24. It also depends on how long the refrigerator was in a horizontal position, the longer the better, then it should stand upright. 12h is the minimum in my opinion, after 8h I would not turn it on.
This is already lost. This article shows that the refrigerator should be transported with this cut tube. down. At least that's what the description of the photos shows. agdhandel are you not wrong with the left side?
For 25 years I have been transporting household appliances from Germany and more than once I have carried high fridge-freezers over 190 cm on the side, there was always a blinded outlet of the aggregate on the top. Only the top was freezing and it turned out that the filter was clogged because of that. In my opinion, the safest form of transport, apart from vertical transport, is transport on the back at an angle of 50-60 degrees. but it was not attached, the generator was moving a lot and after reaching the place it turned out that it was short-circuited ... Also, the choice is yours when you want to transport it.
I have one more question, if I had to transport a refrigerator someday. How to distinguish the discharge side from the suction side? Because in this article http://www.przeprzałki-lodz.pl/porady/transport-lodowki-zamrazarki/ there are photos from the forum and they show that the refrigerator should lie on the side of this cut and blind tube. My fridge should be on the left side and the blind tubes are on the right, which means that the method in the article does not work.
The pressure side is, for peasant reason, the side from which two tubes come out, blind and the thin one. The method from the article will not work because someone who does not know it probably wrote it ... So give it to the left side and it will work.