Kenmore 4.4 cu. ft. Compact Refrigerator - Stainless SteelItem# 04694293000 | Model# 94293
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Kenmore — trusted in the homes of more than 100 million Americans.
The Kenmore 4.4 cubic foot compact refrigerator includes a separate chiller compartment for frozen foods. It features removable shelves, a bottle rack, a crisper drawer and a can rack. It's perfect for dorm rooms.
- Quiet and Energy Efficient
- Separate Chiller Compartment
- Reversible Door Hinge for Right or Left Opening
- Mechanical Temperature Control
- Adjustable Legs
- 4.2 Start Up Amps
- 1.02 Running Amps
Added on July 25, 2013
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item came with a dent in the door of refrigerator. We checked the box for dents and found no areas where a dent would have been. It was obvious the refrigerator came from your warehouse with a dent.
The fact that I am a last minute Christmas shopper and Sears had this delivered in two days of me buying this online was AWESOME! So far it is extraordinary very quiet, sleek looking, and getst thejob done.
The fridge in our motorhome failed last week, and we needed something to get us by until we could get it replaced. We picked this one up at the local Sears, and we'll put it on Craig's List next week when our RV fridge is replaced. This little fridge does a good job, and it does it quietly. It sits about three feet from where I spend much of my time, and the only noise I have ever heard from it is an occasional soft "ping". I guess that's the thermostat. It takes several hours to make ice cubes, but it keeps the contents of the fridge as cold as I want. I have it set a little to the cold side of the middle setting, and it's 38 degrees in the body of the fridge. I would give it five stars, but there is a dent in the cabinet. Not bad enough to warrant the trouble of getting it back out of the motorhome and to Sears, but it will probably affect its resale value.
Wonderful little fridge, keeps very, very cold, small enough for my small extra space but roomy for those extras. Looks sleek. So glad I bought.
I purchased this fridge online and picked it up in store. I read the manual which recommended letting the fridge sit for 24 hours before plugging it in if it was tiled more than ~40 degrees during transit. I let it sit for at least that long just for peace of mind even though we did not tilt it severely. The next day I plugged the fridge in and set to the recommended setting. It got fairly cool by the next day but not cold so I turned it to the max setting. It got slightly colder at first but then warmer. After several days the temperature was barely below room temperature. I returned the fridge to the store where one employee had an issue with returning an item purchased online, even though I picked it up at the store. Another employee refunded my order without issue. I said that I do like the fridge and would like to purchase another if they had any in stock. Sears.com noted that there weren't any others at this store but the employee did confirm that they had one so I decided to give it another shot. I did confirm that this was not the same refrigerator that I just returned. After taking it home and again not tilting it severely, I let it sit for 24 hours, just to make sure. After plugging it in I experienced the same issue with this new fridge. I purchased an indoor/outdoor thermometer device and put the outdoor sensor in the fridge. At first it went down to 51 degrees. I cranked it to the coldest setting and within an hour or two it went down to 41 degrees but slowly started to climb up again. A couple of hours later it was back up into the mid 50's. I decided to turn the dial back a bit to see if there was maybe something wrong with the dial when maxed out. The temp again started to dip but then went back up. When set to the recommended setting, the internal temperature was 61 degrees. You can hear the motor kicking on and off, it wasn't an issue with the thing simply never turning on. It either didn't have the cooling capacity or an issue with the temperature sensor where it thought that it was cooler than it actually was. I tried two of these, I won't be trying a third and risking yet another drive to the local sears.