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Need a counter depth fridge with freezer drawer

Posted by Petaloid (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 8, 13 at 17:57

I feel sure that someone here can help me.

We need to get a new white refrigerator soon, before our old one poops out. Energy Star would be a plus.

The kitchen is small, so it needs to be couter-depth. We don't need a cold water dispenser, but would like a bottom freezer drawer, with French doors on the top.

I found this GE Profile on the Sears website, and would really appreciate feedback and suggestions.

Here's the link:

Here is a link that might be useful: Sears GE Profile refrigerator


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RE: Need a counter depth fridge with freezer drawer

We went through the same kind of search with the same basic requirements.
We ended up settling on the 20 cu. ft. Fisher & Pykel.
We looked at the GE at length. But my appliance repair guy pointed away from the GE due to issues that he had with accessibility for repair.
We also liked the shelf structure on the new models from FP.
It was $300 - $400 more expensive. but we thought that was warranted by the extra sturdy construction.
Good luck


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RE: Need a counter depth fridge with freezer drawer

Thanks so much for the information on the Fisher & Paykel fridge.

How long ago did you purchase it?


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RE: Need a counter depth fridge with freezer drawer

I went with Elux about 4 years ago and it has been great.
No water through the door but do have an icemaker in the freezer.
I got a good deal on it - 20% rebate at the time so in the same price range as some of the more common ones - but then upgraded to the LED lighting and the perfect temp drawer - Love it.
I can even bring ice cream to serving temperature in the drawer as well as keep meat quite cold - or even "defrost" at 40 degrees (it automatically goes back to a colder temp after 8 hours)


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RE: Need a counter depth fridge with freezer drawer

about a month ago.
We waited for a new model. -- 21.1 cu ft FD

to be delivered Next Tuesday


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