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LG Super Capacity, French Door Refrigerator

Posted by sld_sandy (My Page) on
Tue, May 29, 12 at 0:11

Does anyone have opinions on the LG Super Capacity, 31CUft French Door refrigerator from Home Depot?

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RE: LG Super Capacity, French Door Refrigerator

I looked at it last summer when it first came out. I like the interior room (20 cu/ft fridge, 10 freezer), but the exterior size of the unit is just too big for our kitchen. It is a standard height of like 68-69" tall, but it is very deep, and would stick out and take up too much room. I have a counter-depth side-by-side right now, but would look at replacing it with a counter-depth french door in the next year or so. That was it would only be like 26" total depth.

RE: LG Super Capacity, French Door Refrigerator

I will be buying one in a few weeks, or maybe a Samsung of the same external size. I'm making my adjacent countertop 31" deep, so the fridge will not "stick out" as much -- the doors are maybe 3.5" plus handles, so it still is out there a ways.

RE: LG Super Capacity, French Door Refrigerator

My mom bought one about six months ago and is very happy with it. No problems so far. The only complaint she has is having to wipe fingerprints off the door.

It *is* huge and deeper than the 20-year-old high-capacity (28-30 cu ft?) GE Profile it replaced.

Shop around for a good price. When Mom bought hers, the best price was at Best Buy which had it on sale.

RE: LG Super Capacity, French Door Refrigerator

We looked at it as well. Sears sells their Kenmore which we were told is also made by LG. Some week ends Sears is cheaper, other times HD. Either way, they are impressive. However, the ice maker in the door makes less ice than the style that has it in the upper left of the fridge part. They are on the short list for us.

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