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Kitchen-Aid 18.67 Cu. Ft. Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - Stainless Steel

  • Model: KBLS19KCMS
  • 29.7(w) X 67.0(h) X 33.6(d)
  • 18.67 Cubic Feet Total Capacity
  • 12.94 Cubic Feet Fresh Food Capacity
  • 5.73 Cubic Feet Frozen Food Capacity
  • Frost Free
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Refrigerator Type
Bottom Freezer
Total Capacity
18.67 Cubic Feet Total Capacity
Fresh Food Capacity
12.94 Cubic Feet Fresh Food Capacity
Freezer Capacity
5.73 Cubic Feet Frozen Food Capacity
Defrost Type
Frost Free
Interior Shelf Type
Spill Proof Glass Shelves
Deep Door Storage
Adjustable Gallon Door Storage
Crisper Drawer Type
2 Humidity Controlled Crispers
Meat Storage Bin
Standard Deli Drawer
Ice Maker
Optional Ice Maker
Wine Storage
Wine Rack
Freezer Storage Baskets
2 Freezer Slide-Out Storage Baskets
Door Swing
Left Hand Hinged Door - Not Reversible
Other Features
Optional Ice Maker IC13B
Dimensions
29.7(w) X 67.0(h) X 33.6(d)
Shipping Weight
293 lbs
Warranty Terms - Parts
12 Months
Warranty Terms - Labor
12 Months

The sleek exterior styling of this left-swing, bottom-freezer refrigerator is enhanced by attractive LED lighting that makes it easy to see food on every level. You also get features like the Produce Preserver that helps extend the freshness of produce. The bottom-freezer design includes pull-out baskets that makes it easy to organize frozen items.

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Kitchen-Aid 18.5 Cu. Ft. Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - Stainless Steel
 
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Poor Design

By jackboy

from Denver, CO, United States

Comments about Kitchen-Aid 18.5 Cu. Ft. Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - Stainless Steel:

I purchased a previous model of this refrigerator and the circulating fan has failed. I owned it for about 5 years which seems to be the normal life span for the fan's motor per the repair service. Since it failed on a Saturday and the repair service did not come until Monday afternoon, a great deal of food was lost. I've never had a refrigerator "fail" during it's expected normal life span.

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