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Frigidaire 20.5 cu. ft. Upright Freezer
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Frigidaire 20.5 cu. ft. Upright Freezer

Item# 04609947000P | Model# GLFH21F8HB | Added on June 30, 2012 | Source: Sears.com | Available At 3 Sellers
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Stylish contour arc door design with sleek smooth finish. Easy-to-read exterior electronic controls w/ LED display of set temperature in deg. C or deg. F. Audible & visual alarms alert when a power loss event has occurred or if the door is ajar. Unique High Temp Duration Record starts tracking when internal temp has been above 23 deg. for more than one hour. This freezer is loaded with innovative food protection and storage options to meet every need.

  • Save time and money by buying in bulk - this 20.5 cu. ft. freezer holds up to 711 lbs. of frozen food
  • Extreme Freeze option accelerates the freezing process to seal in freshness - ideal for efficiently freezing large quantities of fresh food
  • Glass shelves w/unique sliding "bookend" organizers, a retractable pizza shelf, 3 slide-out baskets w/dividers, plus adjustable & tilt-out door storage offer storage solutions to meet your every need
  • The Soft Freeze Zone compartment is ideal for ice cream or other foods you prefer to store at a slightly higher temperature than the rest of the freezer
  • Door Ajar, High Temp, & High Temp Duration alarms will alert you when there is a potential threat to your frozen food investment
  • Control Lock Out option protects your preferred settings from accidental changes that may effect your frozen food
  • Enhanced multi-port air baffles ensure proper air flow around foods to freeze efficiently & lock in freshness
  • Easy-to-read exterior electronic controls display freezer temperature setting
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10 found this review helpful
by Violacat
September 21st, 2011
This freezer has improved my life!

My daughter and I purchased this freezer a year and half ago.

I am retired and thought that I did not need a freezer. However, I frequently have leftovers since I am alone. I don't always want the same thing for my next meal. This way I can freeze meal size portions, label them and eat them when I want to.

My daughter shares the freezer with me even though she does not live with me. She lives near and uses at least half of it.

It keeps the food excellently. I have not had freezer burn yet. The alarm sounds if the door is accidently left open. It will close by itself if not wide open. I love this freezer and would not be without it.

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4 found this review helpful
by PJBS
April 13th, 2013
expect it to fail

18 months old. Had a control board go wonky at 11 months (would just not do anything, but no indication it wasn't working except when you'd open the freezer and it was 30 degrees instead of 0 -- the "fix" was to unplug it and reset it and then that would trigger the board to work again). That got replaced under warranty. 7 months later, the same thing. I'm actually going to plug it into a timer to periodically "restart" it to make sure it doesn't die. That's $20. Versus the $100 for a new control board. My last Frigidaire freezer only lasted 7 years (no control board on front). This is my LAST Frigidaire. Called Frigidaire and there was nothing they would do but try to get another $100 from me. This is my first appliance to die within a warranty period (I'm lucky and I usually research things before buying them) -- and the first to die AGAIN of the same issue less than a year after a repair. Never again. Goes for Electrolux, too -- it's their name plastered on the interior tag.

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K13
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Nice features

Purchased this as a basement freezer - so far so good. Has a lock, signals if it's left open, and nice baskets & other accessories inside.

September 21st, 2013 via sears.com
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PJBS
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expect it to fail

18 months old. Had a control board go wonky at 11 months (would just not do anything, but no indication it wasn't working except when you'd open the freezer and it was 30 degrees instead of 0 -- the "fix" was to unplug it and reset it and then that would trigger the board to work again). That got replaced under warranty. 7 months later, the same thing. I'm actually going to plug it into a timer to periodically "restart" it to make sure it doesn't die. That's $20. Versus the $100 for a new control board. My last Frigidaire freezer only lasted 7 years (no control board on front). This is my LAST Frigidaire. Called Frigidaire and there was nothing they would do but try to get another $100 from me. This is my first appliance to die within a warranty period (I'm lucky and I usually research things before buying them) -- and the first to die AGAIN of the same issue less than a year after a repair. Never again. Goes for Electrolux, too -- it's their name plastered on the interior tag.

April 13th, 2013 via sears.com
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JO ANN COOLBAUGH
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fair

fair

February 5th, 2013
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JEAN SINES
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November 14th, 2012
Casey_G
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Great Freezer

I bought this freezer over a year ago and it has worked great - no issues. It's very spacious and the inside design keeps all my food very organized. I would highly recommend it.

September 10th, 2012 via sears.com
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Violacat
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This freezer has improved my life!

<p>My daughter and I purchased this freezer a year and half ago.</p>
<p>I am retired and thought that I did not need a freezer. However, I frequently have leftovers since I am alone. I don't always want the same thing for my next meal. This way I can freeze meal size portions, label them and eat them when I want to.</p>
<p>My daughter shares the freezer with me even though she does not live with me. She lives near and uses at least half of it.</p>
<p>It keeps the food excellently. I have not had freezer burn yet. The alarm sounds if the door is accidently left open. It will close by itself if not wide open. I love this freezer and would not be without it.</p>

September 21st, 2011 via sears.com
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