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 Posted: Thu Oct 28th, 2010 04:04 pm
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I'm looking to buy a 17-20 cubic foot upright freezer.   I'd like to know which models are good to great quality - i.e. built well, reliable.  Not looking for many options - frost free may be the only option we'd consider.  I won't buy another GE product - my microwave and dishwasher were my "lesson learned".

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well personally i'm the frigidaire guy here

but if you can handle the lil bit of extra work i recommend a manual defrost, not frost free

from the size you want i have to assume you will have a large amount of food destined for long term storage, its the raise in temperature from the defrosting that causes freezer burn, this defeats the purpose of a large freezer in my opinion

if done regularly defrosting an upright is not very time consuming if you use a blow dryer or steam gun

always remember to dry the racks well with a towel before putting the unit back into service

frigidaire manual uprights have a drain hole and tube you can place into a container for easy clean-up



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