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    Posted 7 years ago

    the.one.mo
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    I'm picking this little beauty up tomorrow. Getting it for 20 bucks. I know it's a frigidaire, any other info. I think I got it narrowed down to the 50's. Is the wood grain an option on it? Or did someone do it to it afterwards? It's a mini fridge. About as much asi know about it.

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 7 years ago
      The wood grain is contact paper someone put on it. They also put two different hinges on it that are out of place. If it works it is probably worth keeping if you need it. If it doesn't work...............good luck.
    2. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 7 years ago
      I agree with fhrjr2, contact paper ( heat with a hair dryer should peel off), hinges incorrect. I think this may have come out of a 1950's travel trailer, in which case may be fairly valuable to someone restoring one, if it works.
    3. lzenglish lzenglish, 7 years ago
      If you look real hard, you should find a small data plate, or sticker on your little refer. It will have the model #, refrigerant type, charge weight, etc. on it. If the tag is gone, use the numbers on the compressor to narrow down the date of manufacturer. This will give you a close window as to when your unit was made.
      Wayne

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