Midea WHD-113FSS1 Double Door Mini Fridge with Freezer for Bedroom Office or Dorm with Adjustable Remove Glass Shelves Compact Refrigerator 3.1 cu ft, Stainless Steel

June 22, 2019 - Comment

Midea WHD-113FSS1 Double Reversible Door Refrigerator and Freezer, 3.1 Cubic Feet, Stainless Steel Product Features Adjustable Temperature Ranges: Refrigerator Compartment 32′ to 50′ F / Freezer Compartment -11.2′ to 5’F Features Adjustable Legs and a Reversible Door that can Open from Left or Right Interior Light;Partial automatic defrost Separate Fruit and Vegetable Drawer. Note: The

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Midea WHD-113FSS1 Double Reversible Door Refrigerator and Freezer, 3.1 Cubic Feet, Stainless Steel

Product Features

  • Adjustable Temperature Ranges: Refrigerator Compartment 32′ to 50′ F / Freezer Compartment -11.2′ to 5’F
  • Features Adjustable Legs and a Reversible Door that can Open from Left or Right
  • Interior Light;Partial automatic defrost
  • Separate Fruit and Vegetable Drawer. Note: The Internal Walls of the Main Compartment are Slightly Tapered Toward the Back. If the light is not working: Check if The power supply cord is unplugged, A household fuse or circuit breaker has tripped, Light bulb is loose in the socket, Light bulb burned down
  • Full 1-Year Warranty.Fresh Food Capacity: 2.2 cu. ft

Comments

Anonymous says:

2-Door is the way to go for mini-fridge Purchased March-2015Had single door refrigerator in the past and was unhappy with freezer. Double door is the way to go.ProsFreezer:Keeps Ice Cream FrozenFreezes IceAdequate SpaceRefrigerator:Generous SpaceKeeps all my items cold (Ex: water, cold drinks, milk, salad, pudding, jello, cheese, mediation)QuietOver all look very pleasingCons:Inside of refrigerator door/can rack-hard to get cans outCareful-If…

Anonymous says:

Excellent dorm minifridge This is a good dorm minifridge. The freezer keeps things frozen, the fridge keeps things cold, and I don’t have to use the overstuffed communal fridges in the kitchen. It’s big enough to hold quite a bit of food, yet small enough to fit well in my ~200 sq ft dorm room. Highly recommended for any college student who wants/needs to cook for themself.Noise level: Quieter than I was expecting, makes a little humming noise. I have auditory processing disorder, so repetitive/constant…

Anonymous says:

PERFECT Solution I decided to scale back when redecorating my apartment kitchen by removing the large old appliances and replacing them with smaller new ones. This fridge is perfect for a single person. A few hints: 1. cut egg cartons in half so they can stack, 2. buy milk with screw on caps so it can be stored on its side. 3. Invest in small disposable storage containers 4. Removing the crisper drawer allows for much more room.

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