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WESTINGHOUSE FRIDGE refrigerator for sale Cincinnati OH
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Post# 676286   4/29/2013 at 18:25 (3,952 days old) by kelvinatorgal (Cincinnati, Ohio)        

Hi! Did not think to get a model number but can if anyone is interested. It works but the inside of the freezer door was frozen and broke off when it was opened. Don't know if it can be repaired or just good for parts. Hate to just trash it. Doing this for my 90 year old neighbor so whatever is fair (if anything) would be appreciated. On the East Side of Cincinnati, Ohio. Let me know if you would like any more photos. Thank you.

Post# 676324 , Reply# 1   4/29/2013 at 23:21 (3,952 days old) by rp2813 (Sannazay)        

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That is a beautiful and unusual refrigerator.  Was the freezer door damaged due to an accumulation of ice?  That would indicate a problem with the frost free system unless, like the GE Combinations from this same era, only the refrigerator section was frost free.


Interior shots, including one of the damaged area, would be nice to see if it's not much trouble for you.

Post# 676390 , Reply# 2   4/30/2013 at 07:53 (3,952 days old) by combo52 (50 Year Repair Tech Beltsville,Md)        
Cool WH Ref

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On this model the freezer was manual defrost only the Fresh Food section was Frost Free.

Post# 676417 , Reply# 3   4/30/2013 at 09:47 (3,952 days old) by kelvinatorgal (Cincinnati, Ohio)        
More pictures

As I said, this is a 90 year old lady who never had kids!

Post# 676418 , Reply# 4   4/30/2013 at 09:51 (3,952 days old) by kelvinatorgal (Cincinnati, Ohio)        
Inside top door

Yes, it iced up and pulled the front off the bottom door.

Post# 676419 , Reply# 5   4/30/2013 at 09:54 (3,952 days old) by kelvinatorgal (Cincinnati, Ohio)        
Inside freezer

She also has a cool Flair Stove but still using it!

Post# 676461 , Reply# 6   4/30/2013 at 14:59 (3,951 days old) by rp2813 (Sannazay)        

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Thanks for the additional pictures.  If the freezer door is salvageable, this could be a beautiful refrigerator for someone.  I am in love with the script on the refrigerator door compartments!  This is the perfect fridge for anyone who uses a lot of eggs!


John, thanks for clarifying.  I had a hunch the freezer was a manual defrost system.  Probably no fun to defrost, but not a huge compromise for such a pretty and unusual refrigerator.


I hope the bottom grille isn't lost.  That's my pet peeve about pre-owned refrigerators.

This post was last edited 04/30/2013 at 20:25
Post# 676494 , Reply# 7   4/30/2013 at 18:43 (3,951 days old) by goatfarmer (South Bend, home of Champions)        

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Man, that had to have been a LOT of frost to pull the inner door panel off!

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