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Old 05-14-2015, 10:50 PM   #81
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Stand by-Kayelle and i just got a new fridge and we will post our experience shortly
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Old 05-15-2015, 12:58 PM   #82
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Our fridge is a stainless steel Samsung. It was a new item and on sale 1/2 price at Home Depot during the fourth of July sales.
This fridge is amazing, I love it. Just when I think that won't fit .... IT DOES!!


The magnets won't stick to the front and has something to do with the different amounts of nickel in the metal alloy that’s used to face “stainless steel” appliances.
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Old 05-15-2015, 05:10 PM   #83
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WOW, half price MsM !!

Here's our brand new fridge, inside and out...I love the way all of our souvenir travel magnets show up on the black. The flat meat and cheese drawer is great. SousChef will tell you more.
See SousChef's cute hairy leg under the door??
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Old 05-15-2015, 05:28 PM   #84
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WOW, half price MsM !!

Here's our brand new fridge, inside and out...I love the way all of our souvenir travel magnets show up on the black. The flat meat and cheese drawer is great. SousChef will tell you more.
See SousChef's cute hairy leg under the door??
Yup 1/2 price! I also love the wide flat draw. Mine has 3 temp settings - fresh, deli and I can't remember the 3rd (LOL) we can fit 2 litter bottles of soda and a large store bought rotis chicken containers in there with no problem. That draw is amazing. During the holidays I fit a large spring form cheese cake a 2 large deep dish pies in there at the same time.
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Old 05-15-2015, 06:30 PM   #85
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New Maytag Refrigerator

After many calls to GE about availability of a 23 cu ft bottom freezer Slate refrigerator to complete our kitchen remodel,, we gave up. Kayelle, bless her heart, found a Maytag in black with stainless handles that would look good.
Yesterday was the big day for delivery, and as I was on hold with the delivery center, the truck pulled up! They had to take the doors off the old fridge to get it out of the house, then started unpacking the new one in the street. I was standing on the porch looking down, and the top of the fridge is white! I asked if it was a white refrigerator, and they said it was. I went down and looked at the box, and it was for someone in another town.
They went back in the truck, and sure enough ours was there. We got it installed and running, waiting for the temperature to be correct.
The first thing I did was remove the icemaker, since the water here is lousy, and we have a separate icemaker that uses bottled water.
The next problem was with the top drawer in the freezer, which had a cross divider that was useless. I could not figure out how to remove it, as i was afraid of breaking something.
I Googled the problem, and found the best way to remove it is to remove the top drawer! Back to Google, I found a Youtube video on how to remove the drawer. Without seeing the video, it would be impossible to figure out. We're both really happy with it.
In reloading the door of the refrigerator, we ran out of space. We had saved the old door shelves, and I suggested we try one to see if it fit. Lo and behold, it did! That is why the shelf on the lower right on the door is white and the rest are clear.
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Old 05-15-2015, 06:49 PM   #86
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Good to hear that you guys are happy with the new fridge. How about some pix of the inside of the freezer?
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Old 05-15-2015, 06:52 PM   #87
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WOW, half price MsM !!

Here's our brand new fridge, inside and out...I love the way all of our souvenir travel magnets show up on the black. The flat meat and cheese drawer is great. SousChef will tell you more.
See SousChef's cute hairy leg under the door??
I spy ... are those small Maggi bottles with the pointy yellow tops on the half size right white door shelf?
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Old 05-15-2015, 07:45 PM   #88
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I spy ... are those small Maggi bottles with the pointy yellow tops on the half size right white door shelf?
Yep, I use that delicious Maggi all the time after you mentioned it. I have so darn many condiments even after throwing out lots of stuff. That clear plastic shoe box on the top shelf is loaded with condiments too.
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I spy a step stool...first thing I bought when I moved out of Mom and Dad's place.

That is a beautiful fridge, enjoy!!!

Now that I will have two refrigerators, I can use one just for condiments.
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Old 05-15-2015, 08:46 PM   #90
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Good to hear that you guys are happy with the new fridge. How about some pix of the inside of the freezer?
Here you go Taxi. It's a very convenient two drawer system. Gosh it was great to organize.


Top drawer basket..


Bottom drawer basket..

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