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For $3000, what FD 36", standard size fridge would you buy?

Posted by bookworm4321 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 16, 13 at 7:53

I must finalize, and reviews pro/com. I like the flat front of Jenn-air, but inside of Electrolux wave. I'm open to other brands, and I am hoping the experts here will chime in. Thanks


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RE: For $3000, what FD 36", standard size fridge would you buy?

I love my elux and matched your price point.


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RE: For $3000, what FD 36", standard size fridge would you buy?

I went with the LG 32.5 cf, which I think cost me about $2400 (sale, extra 10% off and another 5% for using my Lowes card) in April. I'm amazed to see that it is $3400 right now online. We are still not moved in, so just barely using it. Okay so far. I would have considered the Electrolux, to match my induction range, but got what the wife wanted.


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RE: For $3000, what FD 36", standard size fridge would you buy?

Today bought the GE Cafe. I liked the flat front and the interior lights. Not one was perfect.


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RE: For $3000, what FD 36", standard size fridge would you buy?

We have an LG FD that is about 7 years old. Unless their quality has vastly improved, I would not buy another LG. The interior plastic is very flimsy and does not stand up to normal usage by a two person household. Also, on one of the doors the door plastic clip (impossible to replace) that holds the door shut has now broken off so the door does not shut tightly without an extra push. And, I need to remember to do give the extra push since the broken clip also causes the beeper reminder about the door being open not to work.


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