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30" Fridge

Posted by potterstreet (My Page) on
Thu, May 2, 13 at 14:28

Hi,

My fridge is in its death throes and I need to think about replacing it PDQ. I do have a basement fridge, thank heaven!

Anyway, we live in an old house and the space for the fridge will only allow a 30" maximum. I've got a few questions which perhaps one of you nice folks can answer. I want the most cubic feet I can get with the least freezer space. I freeze next to nothing except ice and as I said, I do have a good working fridge with freezer in the basement, almost directly below.

At any given time, in addition to lots of fresh food and veg, we like to have some beer and a few bottles of wine as well.

Any suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanks,
Jane


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RE: 30" Fridge

I want the most cubic feet I can get with the least freezer space.

That is a French Door or if you are willing to take a little less refrigerator space for a lot less money a top freezer.

addition to lots of fresh food and veg

Samsung RF221NCTASR is FD with two crispers and has the most refrigerator room for a fridge in the sub 30" class. Number one in reliability according to JD POWER

For a lot less money and a little less fridge room there is Made in the USA GE GTH20SBBSS. This design has changed little save for energy star rated compressor in the last 40 years. Should be reliable too.


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RE: 30" Fridge

Thanks so much!

Jane


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