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Freezing temperatures for an iMac


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I have an iMac i would like to leave in a summer house that will be unheated during the winter. Temps might occassionally get as low as 20F, but usually be in the 40s during the winter. Any problems?
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I'm assuming this is an iMac with an LCD display. Here are some links to read:

How to Store an LCD in Freezing Temperatures | eHow.com
Would an LCD TV freeze if left in an unheated space

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