Outfit your home minibar with this 4.5 cu. ft. Frigidaire compact refrigerator. Glass shelves and storage bins provide optimal capacity for your personal favorites, and it has a top-mount freezer for storing frozen desserts. This 18.67-inch Frigidaire compact refrigerator is ENERGY STAR-certified and has 10W interior lighting to keep contents visible.
Analog temperature controls ensure simple operation
For straightforward control of refrigerator and freezer temperature.
Organize contents with ease
Includes a crisper drawer to simplify cleanup and provide ample space for storing items.
Locate items you need in any lighting condition
Bright lighting in refrigerator compartments makes it easy to see the contents at any time.
A:AnswerThat resistance you’re feeling is from the mechanism that closes/keeps open the door. If you look at the very bottom of where the door swings open you’ll see a white plastic lever. I believe it’s designed to help assist in closing the door but also when you open it past the halfway mark to keep it open.
A:AnswerHi, SantaDave! Thank you for your inquiry. It is recommended to not install the refrigerator where the surrounding air temperature may fall to 50°F (10°C) or below. The refrigerator compartment contents may freeze. Do not install the refrigerator where the surrounding air temperature may reach 110°F (43°C) or above. The refrigerator and freezer compartments may rise to above normal operating temperatures. In researching, we were unable to locate any compact refrigerators that are recommended to be installed in area that goes below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. We hope this information was helpful to you. -Ciara
A:AnswerHi Chris - it is recommended that the refrigerator/freezer sits on a hard surface. Carpeting if wet will get moldy, it is more difficult to level the appliance & a hard surface allows better ventilation. Though there are no air vents that exhaust out the underside of the unit, when the cooling fan is operating, carpet fibers could get sucked up by the fan and deposited on the motor and coils. The bottom does get warm.