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Do homeowners who store unused refrigerators on their property

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Do homeowners who store unused refrigerators on their property have to do anything (in the form of locking them) when they just push shut and do not 'latch' where a child could be kept from getting out if they did crawl in?

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Yes, homeowners who store unused refrigerators on their property need to either remove the locking device and/or hinges from the door (remove the door altogether) or place a locking device on the refrigerator door which is childproof, in order to avoid disasters with children crawling in and not being able to get out.

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