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Danby DAR195BL 1.8 cu.ft. All Refrigerator � Black

October 25, 2011

Danby DAR195BL 1.8 cu.ft. All Refrigerator – Black

  • 1.8 cu.ft. (51 litre) capacity all refrigerator
  • Reversible door hinge for left and right hand opening
  • Cycle defrost
  • Gen II CanStor beverage dispenser holds 5 beverage cans
  • Integrated handle

The Danby refrigerator has a 1. 8 cu. Ft. (51 litre) capacity All Refrigerator, with a Reversible door hinge for left and right hand opening, Cycle defrost, Gen II CanStor beverage Dispenser holds 5 beverage cans, Integrated handle, 1 1/2 removable shelves for maximum storage versatility, Tall bottle door storage, Smooth back design, Molded worktop resists scratching, Half Shelf, 2L/Gallon Storage, and an Integrated Handle. The refrigerator dimensions are 17 8/16 x 19 10/16 x 19 11/16.

List Price: $ 109.99

Price: $ 111.55

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Types of Refrigerators

Refrigerator Size

Refrigerators today use much less energy than their previous counterparts. However, if you buy a refrigerator that is larger than your needs, you will end up spending more on your electricity bill than is necessary. Here are some questions you should consider while refrigerator shopping:

How many people are in your household?
Will there be enough space in the kitchen for the doors to fully open?
Are the shelves removeable or rearrangeable?
Are the drawers the right size for the food you plan on buying?
Do you freeze food in large quantities?
What color do you want?
Refrigerator Styles Available
Top Freezer Refrigerator: This is probably the most common style of fridge available and is also the lowest priced and easiest to use. The freezer is a separate compartment above the refrigerator, proving plenty of space for an ice maker, frozen foods and snacks.
Built-In Refrigerator: This style is usually more expensive than other types of refrigerators because they are built for kitchens with specific style requirements. The vent on these refrigerators are on the front, allowing them to be built in to cabinetry and walls with zero clearance needed on the sides. Other refrigerators require 2-3 inches on the sides and in the back for proper venting.
Side-by-Side Freezer Refrigerator: This type of refrigerator can cost 30-35% more than top freezer refrigerators to operate. However, the narrow doors mean they can fit in a tighter space. They also offer more storage capacity than top or bottom freezer designs.
Bottom Freezer Refrigerator: This style costs more than top freezer refrigerators, but less than the side-by-side models. Bottom freezer units put the drawers in the refrigerator closer to eye-level, but means you must bend over to access frozen items.
Refrigerator Features
Auto-Defrost: Automatic defrosting keeps frost from building up in the refrigerator and freezer. If a refrigerator only features partial auto defrost, then it will only defrost the refrigerator automatically and the freezer must be manually defrosted. Manual defrost means the owner will have to turn the refrigerator off and remove the ice build up and water by hand.
Ice & Water Dispenser: This feature will add to the cost of the refrigerator, but provides a convenience that might be worth it to some.
Energy Rating: The energy guide label on refrigerators should provide a good overview of the refrigerator’s energy costs.
Warranty: Most refrigerators come with at least a one-year warranty that covers parts and labor. Extended warranties can be purchased from the appliance dealer, but you should check to see what parts and services are covered in the extended service contract.

Good luck finding the perfect refrigerator for your kitchen!

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Image by mhaithaca
A peek in my refrigerator, as requested. Some items of note are the selection of Ithaca Beer, the fresh blueberries I got from Mo yesterday, roasted red pepper hummus, fresh eggs, my sun tea jar, the plain yellow mustard Denise insists on, some outstanding ultra-sharp cheddar Lee brought back from LaReyesville, PA last week, and last night’s pasta bolognese leftovers from Centini’s in the paper bag.

Question by perafeu: Why my Amana refrigerator is warm in the upper part and cold in lower part in both freezer and refrigerator?
there is no ice and water is dripping into dispensing area. I checked everything and vacuum the bottom of the refrigerator.

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http://www.pedatarvcenter.com — A walk through on how to fix your motorhome refrigerator. Learn what to look for when fixing your RV refrigerator along with simple steps to keep your RV out of the dealership repair bays. A few simple do it your self repairs that just might save you thousands. What you want to look for is a small compartment that looks like a vent on the outside of the unit. Turn the screws and the door comes off and you will be able to see the back side of your refrigerator. Common problems with your refrigerator are improper cooling. This is caused by a “Dirty Burner Assembly”. Looks like a small metal box usually to the bottom right hand corner. Before you start repairing on this you need to be sure that the power is unplugged, that there’s no 12 volt power and that the gas is unplugged. The gas can be turned off by a knob on the bottom left hand side, turn it so that it’s up and down. Next thing you want to do is go back to the Burner and take out the screw and slide the box out. The burner is located all the way to the back. What happens is that when it burns rust fills up inside the fluid, and it falls down on top of the burner assembly. Even though it is lit and still produces heat, it’s not enough heat to keep the cooling unit cooling all the way it needs to be. So what you need to do is take some canned air and blow out all the dust and rust in that compartment, tap on the compartment above a few times to get all the excess out as well. Keep repeating

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