I'm a 91-year-old who lives by myself and wanted a smaller refrigerator without a lot of frills. I also have limited mobility and need to access the fridge when seated in my transport chair. This fridge is perfect for me. I do need to stand to access the freezer, but that's fine. The shelving inside the freezer is also very helpful. It does seem to run frequently, but when I looked it up, apparently EnergyStar refrigerators do run more frequently, but they still use less energy than older types.
My last fridge was GE and I had it for 30 years without a problem. There was no question that I would only get another GE. It’s not easy to find one that fits on my small kitchen but this fits like a glove. So far so good.
We have seven out of forty-eight units has a same problem. the freezer is cold, but the refrigerator is not cool at all. Technician was here found the assemble problem, the cold air path is blocked needs to be reinstalled, and one of the the evaporator fan is comes off. The user waste a lot of food.
I like that I can change the shelves to what works best for me.
Replaced my old GE unit as the fan went on it and was disappointed in the freezer layout of this model and the fact it is very loud. The entire fridge vibrates badly and and the fan is very audible even in the living room. Hopefully with time a person can get used to it because right now it is driving me nuts.
• Door stops
• Reversible door swing
• Easy to remove door gaskets
• 2-Point leveling system
• Air tower
• Glass crisper cover
• 1 Clear dairy compartment
• 2 Full-width wire Everwhite shelves
• 2 Adjustable door bins with gallon storage
• LED Interior lighting
• Refrigerant type: R600a
• 2 Fixed freezer door shelves
• Spill-Proof freezer floor
• 60 Hz
• 15 A
• Depth with door open 90 degrees: 57"
• Height to top of case: 61-1/4"
• Width with door open 90 degrees less handle: 28-1/2"
• Back: 1"
• Each Side: 3/4"
• Top: 1"