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Kenmore 78039 23.8 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator w/ Icemaker - Black

Item# 04678039000P | Model# 78039 | Added on August 25, 2012 |
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Kenmore 78039 23.8 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator w/ Icemaker - Black
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Kenmore 78039 23.8 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator - Fresh Food Storage Stylish and refined, this Kenmore refrigerator 78039 is a spacious addition to your kitchen storage needs. The two Humidity-Controlled Crisper Drawers, Adjustable Glass Shelves, gallon-sized door bins and Full Width Pantry Drawer offer plenty of storage options. A factory-installed interior ice maker and extra-Large Capacity freezer door bins set this top-freezer refrigerator apart from other models. Interior LED lighting, digital one-touch temperature controls and enhanced Multi Air Flow technology combine efficiency and energy savings in one sleek, spacious package.

  • Crafted from a completely transparent plastic, these clear storage bins give you a fast count of what’s on hand, while reminding you when it’s time to stock up.
  • Designed to customize and help increase visibility, adjustable glass shelving moves to suit your storage needs while delivering an easy to clean surface with serious support.
  • Added organization without wasting space, freezer door racks give you just the right spot to keep smaller items out of the way.
  • Multi Air Flow Technology uses strategically placed vents to balance cool air throughout the entire refrigerator, so even the items on the door stay cool.
  • A built-in icemaker automatically makes chilly ice cubes, so whether you're cooling a hot drink or mixing up a cocktail, the ice you need is always on hand.
  • Efficient recessed LED lights are mounted along the sides of
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By JoeWeaver
December 3rd, 2013
Spacious, well-designed

After 12 years of service, our 21-cubic-ft Kenmore refrigerator failed. I was initially interested in finding an LG-branded unit, but after comparing this Kenmore to the similar 24-cubic ft LG, I concluded that they are essentialy the same unit, and an employee of the local Sears store confirmed it: LG manufactures refrigerators for the Kenmore brand. Pros: The top-freezer design may look old-school, but we find it functionally superior to bottom freezer and side-by-side models...not to mention it is generally less expensive. This particular unit has all kinds of space, and some thought went into the design. It has a drawer for meats and cheeses that is the whole width of the fridge. The door can hold so much you might not even need the rest of the fridge. The LED lighting looks great and should last the life of the fridge. The icemaker is convenient. Cons: The day after purchasing this unit, it went on sale for about ninety dollars less. This refrigerator is not going to impress your friends because it is a conventional top-freezer design, nothing special to look at. There is no water dispenser, although for more money, you can buy a similar unit with the water dispenser. For several hundred dollars less than this unit, you could opt for a slightly smaller refrigerator that may serve your needs just as well. Other thoughts: This refrigerator is ideal for a family. If you have a spot that can handle the height (~67.5") and you appreciate the ease of use that goes with the conventional top-freezer design, this is a spacious option for you. If you are considering purchasing online and having it delivered, our experience in that regard was excellent. I ordered online in the afternoon, and then I got a robo-call in the evening confirming the delivery window (it's a two-hour window) for the next morning, 7am-9am. They called around 8:20am to let me know they would be there shortly, showed up at 8:30am, and had no issue getting the new unit in and the old unit out. They hooked up the water line for the icemaker as well. They were very professional and friendly. Whichever refrigerator you choose, I can recommend ordering online from Sears and just having it delivered...although you will probably still want to go out and look at them, touch them, open the doors, etc. to help in the decision-making process.

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By Outerbanx
November 16th, 2015
Hate it!

The freezer door opens almost every time you close the refrigerator door. You must stand to the side to open or close the refrigerator door or suffer severe toe damage, as the door is so low. Would never buy another Kenmore or LG product. This unit is made by LG.

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Great but cheap and flimsy


I loved this fridge the second I saw it. It's spacious and the lighting is a great feature. It keeps my food at the temperatures I want.
However, I've had it for 3 months and my shelf broke already. Not the glass, but the plastic surrounding it. I only stored a carton of eggs on it too so it wasn't the weight that broke it. Overall, great fridge, flimsy parts.

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March 7th
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nice fridge


Bought 2weeks ago, no problems so far. Keeps even temp in the fridge and consistent freezer temp. Good size with lots of fridge space. Just wish it had pull-out shelves.

February 11th
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A great refrigerator


I love my new white refrigerator. It is quiet, except when the ice maker drops ice in the plastic holder. It can be turned off. There is lots of room on the shelves and in the doors. The bottom drawers adjust the humidity for fruit or vegetables. The back of the shelves get the coldest where the air vents are located.

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