GE Profiles Series 23.1 Cu. Ft. Counter Depth French Door Refrigerator
With counter depth measurement which makes for a clean-looking installation, this roomy French door refrigerator from GE's Profile Series offers a lot of handy features within. In the door are digital controls where you can set the refrigerator's and the freezer's temperatures independent of each other. The unit uses TwinCooling evaporators which help in preventing odor transfers and freezer burn. There is bright LED lighting so you can spot your favorite foods quickly and easily. A Drop Down tray under the dairy compartment can be used for eggs or cups of yogurt, or push it up to make room for tall bottles in the door bin under it. The door bins are large and roomy enough to fit gallon-sized jugs. The Quick Space shelf smoothly slides back to allow for additional storage of tall items that might not fit between shelves. There are spill-proof shelves in case of any accidents. Two humidity-controlled drawers keep your perishables fresh and crisp, and a full-width temperature-controlled drawer can be used for a variety of items. Also inside the refrigerator is a water dispenser which delivers cold, filtered water, and filtered water is also used by the automatic ice maker in the freezer. The freezer has bright LED lighting just like the refrigerator and three storage baskets.
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This refrigerator uses 596 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $66.10.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
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