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#113209 9-Jan-2013 18:14
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Sell, or swap for *slightly* smaller fridge (but nothing "small").

Looks identical to this: http://www.trademe.co.nz/home-living/kitchen/fridge-freezer/fridgefreezers/auction-549654266.htm

(Although that has a slightly different model number at the end).

Moved big fridge to new house today, with plan to sell old small fridge.

but, DISASTER...

The big Simpson is too wide by about 10mm for the fridge gap (which is built into a wall between a cupboard and a wardrobe behind it).

Information from sticker inside fridge:

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Model SBM3800MA-R*4

380L total
267L fridge
114L freezer

1720mm high
703mm wide
641mm deep
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Its fridge on top, freezer below.

Both freezer baskets are on casters and slide out very easily, with stops, and have never fallen out on their own. Plus freezer has a shelf as well.

Fridge has large and bright ceiling light, like turning the room light on at night!

In the fridge are seperate temp dials for fridge and freezer.

Cosmetically: 9/10. Some marks and minor dents. 

"Looks like a great modern fridge, but doesn't quite suit a new fridge buyer if you are fussy."

Note: edited title, fridge is 4 years old, not 3.







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  #746414 17-Jan-2013 15:40
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No longer for sale. Buying a bigger property to accomodate this fridge.







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  #746418 17-Jan-2013 15:46
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tonyhughes: No longer for sale. Buying a bigger property to accomodate this fridge.

Sounds like an appropriate response

 
 
 
 




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  #746423 17-Jan-2013 15:51
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Yeah. Waste of a good fridge otherwise.

Have got a small standard white fridge freezer for sale for $175 now.







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