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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?

In our remodel we could not fit a full depth fridge, so we went we counter depth french door model instead. We picked the Elux CD and we really like it so far. I can only assume the FD would be as nice.

Pros
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- Nice borderless glass shelves
- Led lights on the side and in each drawer instead of on the top
- led lights are user replaceable (instructions in the manual)
- Cool control panel (Wave touch) that shows the actual temp of the fridge and the freezer
- Doors can be adjusted to not open to wide, which is a nice feature when the oven is located next to the fridge.
- Not too noisy
- Makes a tone of ice (dual ice maker model)
- Drawers are self closing

Cons
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Water is not really cold, but this is minor since you have tones of ice, but still a bit annoying.


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