Stand up Freezer

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Stand up Freezer

Post by wrathe74 » Thu Sep 17, 2009 7:40 am

I have a full size - 1 Door - stand up freezer. It was built back when they were made to withstand bombs. It works perfectly and has tons of room. Runs on a regular electric outlet.

The drawbacks...its big and its green.

The plus....its big, holds a lot, keeps temperature easily, seals great...We would keep, but we are running out of room.

The Price.... Free to good home. First Come, First Served.

The Technical Specs
Sears Coldspot
Model 2255
Avacado Green
19.5 Cubic Inch
Frostless Freezer
-- Jason

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Re: Stand up Freezer

Post by ferris » Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:53 am

any chance there is a temperature control so it could be more of a stand up refrigerator .... maybe a kegorator?

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Re: Stand up Freezer

Post by wrathe74 » Fri Sep 18, 2009 10:38 am

ferris wrote:any chance there is a temperature control so it could be more of a stand up refrigerator .... maybe a kegorator?
Hmm...there is a "Cold Temperature Dial". What the temperature range is, I don't know. Right now its storing my Vodka :P But that won't freeze. I don't have a manual for it, as I 'inherited' the freezer with the house.

Here is some additional information:

Width: 32 3/4 in
Height: 65 7/8 in
Depth: 28 7/8 in (internal I assume)
Depth with Door: 58 5/8 in
Weight: 272lbs
Weight Capacity: 683lbs
Sq. Ft. Shelves: 21.8
Compressor: 1/4 HP
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