90s station struggles as temperatures hit the 90s*

The heatwave currently engulfing the country is presenting challenges to everyone - as a nation the weather we are experiencing at the moment is without precedent which is leading people to turn to all the usual methods of cooling down. 

One Dublin-based radio station, however, has had to come up with a novel solution to their overheating problem. When The 90s Network switched on yesterday for their usual weekend broadcasts on 98.4MHz across the city, their transmitter couldn't cope with the heat. With temperatures regularly htting blisteringly high late 20s to early 30s celsius (*90s Fahrenheit) for a whole week, the heat was too much for a machine which usually runs hot to the touch.
Station owner Mike O'Brien has come up with a novel solution to the problem in order to get the station back on the air - as can be seen in the photo below. You're not imagining things - that is a refrigerator of the type usually found in a public house. Well, keeping a station on the air in this heat is thirsty work after all!
Too hot to transmit – 90s Network transmitter letting off steam

The heatwave currently engulfing the country is presenting challenges to everyone – as a nation the weather we are experiencing at the moment is without precedent which is leading people to turn to all the usual tried and tested methods in their attempts to cool down.

One Dublin-based radio station, however, has had to come up with a novel solution to their overheating problem. When The 90s Network switched on yesterday for their usual weekend broadcasts on 98.4MHz across the city, their transmitter couldn’t cope with the heat. With temperatures regularly htting blisteringly high late 20s to early 30s celsius (*90s Fahrenheit) for a whole week, the heat was too much for a machine which usually runs hot to the touch.
Station owner Mike O’Brien has come up with a novel solution to the problem in order to get the unlicensed station back on the air – as can be seen in the photo below. You’re not imagining things – that is a refrigerator of the type usually found in a public house. Well, keeping a station on the air in this heat is thirsty work after all!

The heatwave currently engulfing the country is presenting challenges to everyone - as a nation the weather we are experiencing at the moment is without precedent which is leading people to turn to all the usual methods of cooling down. 

One Dublin-based radio station, however, has had to come up with a novel solution to their overheating problem. When The 90s Network switched on yesterday for their usual weekend broadcasts on 98.4MHz across the city, their transmitter couldn't cope with the heat. With temperatures regularly htting blisteringly high late 20s to early 30s celsius (*90s Fahrenheit) for a whole week, the heat was too much for a machine which usually runs hot to the touch.
Station owner Mike O'Brien has come up with a novel solution to the problem in order to get the station back on the air - as can be seen in the photo below. You're not imagining things - that is a refrigerator of the type usually found in a public house. Well, keeping a station on the air in this heat is thirsty work after all!