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Need to buy a new fridge
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Bluesman455 Wrote:Remember when you connect into your water pipe for the icemaker that you drill the hole from the top of the water line and NOT the bottom. If you do the standing water in the pipe will corrode the fitting. Trust me on this!!!

My cousin Vinny is a plumber,this is how they do it,I tapped mine into the bottom of the cold water pipe and it corroded through in a couple years and flooded my basement.
Thanks for heads up on that, I too also found out the hard way. I'm a HVAC tech and when I first started I put several humidifiers on peoples furnaces and put the water saddle valve at the bottom of pipes and have recently been back to fix leaks.[doh]

After visualizing what would look better I'm now leaning more towards a black finish. My other appliances are black including the new faucet to be installed, so it really only makes sense.

Yeah the internal water dispenser just sounds like a bad idea. Thanks for all the help guys, the search continues.
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#12
doubled Wrote:Yeah I'm going to have to consider maybe going with a black finish and something that fits in a 33" space. But thats for all the suggestions.

http://us.lge.com/products/model/detail/home%20appliances_refrigerators_french%20door_LFX23961ST.jhtml

 

This is the way to go.  It comes in black too.
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ross3x Wrote:
doubled Wrote:Yeah I'm going to have to consider maybe going with a black finish and something that fits in a 33" space. But thats for all the suggestions.

http://us.lge.com/products/model/detail/home%20appliances_refrigerators_french%20door_LFX23961ST.jhtml

 

This is the way to go.  It comes in black too.
I like LG products.
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#14
LG is always a great product i would lean to a LG[thumbsup]
I started the sit down video.....The Transporter!!
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If you go with black and without a dispenser, it opens up a ton of possibilities.  Icemakers and dispensers tend to be the problem points of refrigerators, but a tthe same time I have had mine for nearly 10 years and have not had a single problem...   go figure.


For some good info, check the forums at http://www.applianceguru.com/

It is part of the http://www.fixitnow.com web site, a great resource for info on home appliances.




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