Liquid when allowed to freeze expands, distorts, and even cracks.
There is a liquid-based material within the screen of LCD TVs. Will it be damaged overnight in freezing weather? Worse yet, if left in storage through the winter where temperatures can get bitterly cold, will an LCD flat-screen TV survive?
Any amount of snow beyond a few inches is enough to cause serious damage. The melting and refreezing cycle will force water to creep into all kinds of little places. When it freezes and expands, any slightly leaking seams will turn into major entry points for water. Soon the insulation will be saturated and water stains will start appearing on the ceiling. Here’s what you need to know.