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GE Bisque Bottom Freezer Freestanding Refrigerator PFSF5NFZCC. Electronic controls, multiple electronic sensors and a multi-flow air system help provide even cooling. Easy-to-reach, easy-to-read controls display accurate temperatures. It's easy to find tasty treats under bright, clear interior lighting. Refrigerator comes ready to automatically create filtered ice. Maintain fresh tastes with two humidity-controlled crispers and a full-width adjustable temperature drawer. Cans and condiments are chilled and ready without taking up valuable shelf space. Tall containers area snap with a quick slide of the retractable shelf. You'll have instant access to frozen foods in three full-extension baskets. Restores proper temperature to the refrigerator after frequent door openings. Raised edges keep small spills from becoming big messes. Offers ideal space for storing gallon containers in the door. Overall Depth: 35 1/8. Overall Height: 69 5/8. Overall Width: 35 7/8. Case Depth Without Door: 28. Depth with Door Open 90 Degrees: 47 5/8. Depth with Drawer Fully Extended: 51 5/8. Depth Without Handle: 32 5/8. Height to Top of Case: 69. Width w/Door Open 90 Degrees Incl. Handle: 44. Back Air Clearances: 1. Side Air Clearances: 1/8. Top Air Clearances: 1. Approximate Shipping Weight: 388 lbs.. Net Weight: 353 lbs.. Total Capacity: 25.1 cu. ft.. Fresh Food Capacity: 17.36 cu. ft.. Freezer Capacity: 7.72 cu. ft.. Shelf Area: 29.3 sq. ft.. Temperature Management System: ClimateKeeper. TurboCool Setting: Yes. Electronic Sensors: 4. Multiflow Air System: Yes. Control Type: Upfront, electronic digital temperature controls. Dispenser: No. Fresh Food Cabinet Drawers: Freshness Center. Adjustable Humidity Drawers: 2. Adjustable Temperature Drawers: 1 Full-Width. Fresh Food Cabinet Shelves: 5 Total - Glass. Split Adjustable Shelves: 4. Slide-Out Shelves: 3. Spill Proof Shelves: 3. QuickSpace Shelf: 1. Fixed Shelf (Crisper Cover): 1. Fresh Food Door Bins: 5 Total ClearLook. Adjustable ClearL
Sunday's sudden project that snowballed
My plans for the day were to maybe do a little yardwork, scan an old magazine... basically nothing important beside cleaning the gutters for better rain/snow drainage while it's dryish out.
My cat Cheddar Meatloaf has not been consistant about using the litterbox for his urinary needs, I could tell by the smell of the familyroom, so I went looking for the source of the whiz smell. (Please don't say "maybe he's getting old" -- he's 12, yes, but he's been using a particular corner of the familyroom on a random basis since he was 4. Blame previous homeowners who had a pet who also used that corner.) I’ve taken many measures to make that corner and the bookcase in it inhospitable, or at the least get the stuff off the bottom shelf so he doesn’t ruin them (I lost an old dictionary once because of that). Yeah, there’s new wee stains. I pull out the bookshelf and hope IKEA has replacement pieces because the wood and veneer are warped. (Likely will just replace the bookshelf entirely… eventually.)
So I figure I can cut out the carpet. The stains go down to the plywood panel subfloor, and happily my familyroom is a former garage so I know there’s concrete underneath I think so cutting out the wood is an option. But the stains keep going, and some are wet. I move the small freezer that's in the middle of the wall past where I've been investigating, and discover the freezer has been leaking or dropping condensation underneath so now I have cat piss AND mold, and have to cut out far more of the wood and carpet than intended… I have planned to take everything out of the room and take up the carpet sometime to lay a new floating floor, but not at this moment! MUST STOP WORKING ON THIS!
So I’ve sprinkled baking soda on the wood to do something about the smell and make it less interesting for the cat (I’ve already caught him rolling on the wood once!) and will get back to this when I’m better prepared… and I’m not giving up my road trip next Saturday to the Central Washington State Fair for this! The freezer has been emptied and put on the back porch, leading to the wild hare in the rear thought "hey, how about buying a new freezer?" Had to put my frozen food somewhere, you know. And thus I bought a 5 cu.ft. replacement on sale which for now sits in the diningroom blocking the sliding glass door, along with a Dremel Multi-Max (the $99 version of the $400 Fein
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