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Frigidaire Gallery 19 Cu. Ft. Single-Door Freezer STAINLESS STEEL

FGFU19F6QF
 

Model No: FGFU19F6QF

  4.3
66 Reviews

Features:
  • Smudge-Proof® Stainless Steel
  • Energy Efficient: Over 24% more energy efficient than Frigidaire's 2013 models
  • SpaceWise™ Adjustable Glass Shelves
  • 2 Freezer Slide Out Baskets
  • Bright LED Lighting
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Appearance Grey Cabinet
Hidden Hinge
Smudge-Proof™ Stainless Steel Door
Stainless Steel Handle
Dimensions 71 3/8" H x 26 1/2" D x 32" W
Capacity 18.6 Cu Ft Capacity
Manufacturers Warranty 1 Year Limited Parts and Labor
Freezer Compartment 2 SpaceWise® Adjustable Glass Shelves
Full-Width Bottom Basket - Wire
Full-Width Mid-Level Basket - Wire
Freezer Door 1 Full-Width Clear Gallon Door Bin
4 Clear Half-Width Liter Bins
Energy/power 115V / 60Hz / 20A
Annual Energy 593 kWH
Convenience Features Door Ajar Alarm
Factory Installed Ice Maker
LED Plug-In Lighting
Power Failure Alarm
Soft Freeze Zone
Temperature Display- Centigrade/ Farenheit
Additional Features Automatic Door Closer
Built with American Pride Designation
Coordinate w Twin All-Refrigerator FGRU19F6QF
Express-Select® Controls
Optional Trim Kit Double Louver (TRIMKITEZ2)
Optional Trim Kit Single Louver (TRIMKITEZ1)
Style: All Freezer - Matches Refrigerator
Capacity:18.6 Cu Ft Capacity
Height: 71 3/8 Inches
Width: 32 Inches
Depth: 26 1/2 Inches
Defrost Type:Frost Free
Dimensions Guide Click here to download
Energy Guide Click here to download
Owner's Manual Click here to download
Product Specifications Click here to download

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Average Rating

out of 5 (66 Reviews)

0-5 of 66 Reviews |

A lot of space

by: Jasen23

Source: frigidaire.com

Submitted: 02-10-2020

I bought this in December and so far have been very happy

Awesome product,

by: Sullivan

Source: frigidaire.com

Submitted: 02-04-2020

Love the look of the freezer and refrigerator together! Gives a commercial look that is very affordable.

Question

by: Dirks7890

Source: frigidaire.com

Submitted: 01-29-2020

I can't find these anywhere. Are they coming out with a new model? If so when?

Not What I Expected

by: Sam865

Source: frigidaire.com

Submitted: 01-25-2020

I purchased this freezer and a matching refrigerator to replace a failing 12-year-old Kenmore freezer (manufactured by Frigidaire). Since there is apparently no industry standard for the outside dimensions of refrigerators or freezers, I had to modify an existing trim kit to accommodate the new units, which are much taller. (Although my old refrigerator still functions, I had to buy a new one to match the freezer so that they would fill the existing space and resemble built-in units.) First of all, the door seals are much to strong. Opening either unit requires so much force that the unit slides forward as much as 1/2-inch. I ended up fabricating hidden brackets that I placed at the top-center and bottom-center to tie the two units together. This prevented them from sliding forward, but the doors are still extremely hard to open. The units were difficult to level because the screw-in plastic feet tended to move as the freezer was slid into the opening. I finally got the two units levelled properly after several pull-out-and-retry attempts. Both units do cool properly, but I have placed separate thermometers in each unit to verify their temperatures. The refrigerator is set on 38 degrees, but temperature fluctuates between 32 and 47 degrees. The freezer temperature also fluctuates. I realize that some fluctuation is normal, but this seems excessive. LEAK: Every few days I see a small puddle of water on the tile floor in front of and to the left of the freezer. It's not more than a couple of ounces but it's still a mystery. I'm not ready to pull both the refrigerator and freezer out to investigate at this point. The drip pan appears to be dry, and a flashlight inspection shows that the floor tiles are dry underneath the freezer. The icemaker water line is not leaking externally. I can raise the shutoff bar to stop ice from being made, and there is no evidence of water on the floor after several days of operation and observation. When I lower the bar and resume making ice, a small puddle of water will usually reappear on the tile floor to the left of the freezer a day or two after ice making resumes. So... after spending over $3600 for a very basic refrigerator and a very basic freezer, I am disappointed and would not recommend these products to anyone.

Lovin it!

by: Cinderella2

Source: frigidaire.com

Submitted: 01-06-2020

I purchased this freezer about a month ago because I wanted an upright freezer rather than a chest type(smaller footprint) in my laundry room. The chest freezer was in my she shed. I wanted the largest one I could find with the handle on the right side(most are on left), because the door is not reversible like a refrigerator. I was surprised to see that it has an ice maker since I didnÕt see that information on any description. If I had known, I could have had water run to that area before delivery. The only thing that has bothered me so far is that the door is so hard to open and IÕm pretty strong. I literally have to use one hand to push and the other to pull to open it or jerk it. IÕm hoping the magnets will weaken a little in time. I also think it would be an improvement to make the Òsoft freeze compartmentÓ a bit taller. Over all itÕs been great!
0-5 of 66 Reviews |
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