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Old 08-09-2009, 10:13 PM   #1
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New home needs new fridge.


Looking for a solid well priced most bang for the buck fridge that will last.

Any suggestions.

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Old 08-10-2009, 05:56 PM   #2
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New home needs new fridge.


Without a pricerange or style (side-by-side, bottom freezer, etc) this is a very hard topic to suggest in.

For pricing though - we just lucked out on our new fridge for our new house. We walked into home depot about 9:30 one night to look at fridges (even though we were all set to by an LG from somewhere else), and they had just moved 2 of their floor models to clearance. We purchased a floor model GE Profile, all stainless bottom-freezer with water/ice in the door for $1400 & free delivery. Price tag was $2298. I know when it's time to get the stove, I'll spend a few nights stopping by the Depot to see what they are moving off the floor.

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Old 08-22-2009, 08:28 AM   #3
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New home needs new fridge.


that will last?? rots of ruck! all the new appl' are loaded with new technolgy [electronics]. IMO, your best bet for what's out there now in refrigeration are; Whirlpool or Maytag [basically same refrig].for a bottom frz, i/m in frz section is better. the french door for 2009 is redesigned so will have to see. don't buy clearance or scratch/dent. you don't know what you're getting. very chancy for something $$$ and you want to keep it for awhile.
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