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Fisher Paykel RF170ADX1 counter depth french doors anyone?

Posted by thedork (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 13, 13 at 19:44

Please share your experience - any issues with the fridge? Thank you!

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RE: Fisher Paykel RF170ADX1 counter depth french doors anyone?

I don't have this model, but am considering a Fisher Paykel single door counter depth model due to a wall near the refrigerator.

Today I visited an appliance dealer to see Fisher Paykel and saw a CD FD model and CD swing door model (both unplugged). The finish is smooth stainless, on my model the handles are a tad unusual but work, the insides seemed spacious, can't comment on the light.

It so happens that three people I know (including an appliance dealer) have Fisher Paykel for similar reasons and all spoke pretty well of them: no problem with water on fridge or ice (one online complaint about ice); variable speed compressor they found to not be overly noisy and lighting was good. Interior spacious enough in fridge and freezer.

I'm going to give Fisher Paykel a try. I know the company has been purchased of late, but I'm buying now. Service is available in my area, and install specs are easy compare to what I considered prior. Customer service answers the phone and are polite and helpful.

Hope this helps you in some way.

RE: Fisher Paykel RF170ADX1 counter depth french doors anyone?

Thank you very much for the info! I will go with F&P also. I like the look and what you pay for the quality.

RE: Fisher Paykel RF170ADX1 counter depth french doors anyone?

I have ordered the single door, without water and ice, to put in my condo. Seems to be the only fit for a compact space and counter depth. I have had a FP double door DW for 5 years and it has been fantastic so I had no second thoughts about ordering the fridge.

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