Norcold Two-Door Built-In Refrigerator/Freezer
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Norcold Two-Door Built-In Refrigerator/Freezer

The Norcold 2 door built-in combination refrigerator and freezer is exceptionally quiet and spacious at 7.0 CU ft. Designed specifically for marine and RV use, it features flush-mount styling and black exterior trim with optional door panels (sold separately).

The adjustable door bins and easy-to-clean white powder-coated shelves are built to store various sized containers, including two-liter, and one gallon bottles. The doors of the refrigerator and freezer are easy to open and will close tightly every time, keeping in the cold air that is maintained at a set temperature through an automatic control system, ensuring that food stays fresh.

The door is reversible so the refrigerator/freezer can be installed and opened easily in any quarters. Available with European 220 volt/50 Hz.

 
 
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BRAND: Norcold
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What an expensive piece of junk!

By CT Boater

from Coastal CT

About Me Casual Cook

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  • No pros

Cons

  • Flimsy Construction
  • Piece of Junk

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    Comments about Norcold Two-Door Built-In Refrigerator/Freezer:

    This fridge came in our SeaRay and it has been a pain from the start. First, it won't keep ice cream cold enough to stay solid. Second, it is all but impossible to defrost without getting ice and water all over the galley. Third, the door never latches properly and you have to constantly push against it to make sure the thing is closed. The condenser broke after 3 seasons, and this fridge was NOT heavily used. It costs plenty to replace it. If you have a choice, avoid this piece of junk.

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