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GE Profile : PFSS2MIYSS 22.2 cu.ft. Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - Stainless Steel

2.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Internal Water Dispenser
  • 4 Adjustable Glass Shelves
  • Freshness Center
  • Multi-level Slide 'n Store System
  • Icemaker
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Technical Details

Brand Name General Electric
Item Weight 315 pounds
Product Dimensions 35.5 x 32.8 x 68.5 inches
Part Number PFSS2MIXSS
Form Factor french_door
Color Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components

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ASIN B002FAIQC2
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2.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #22,610 in Appliances (See top 100)
#1,848 in Appliances > Refrigerators
Shipping Weight 309 pounds
Date First Available July 13, 2009

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Product Description

GE Consumer and Industrial spans the globe as an industry leader in major appliance lighting and integrated industrial equipment systems and services They provide solutions for commercial industrial and residential use in more than 100 countries whic...

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I upgraded from the standard freezer on top and no water dispenser or ice maker and this review is coming from that perspective.

We bought this fridge because of the dimensions that fit our space. We couldn't get the standard 35 3/4 in width fridge. We looked at LG and the thing I like about this fridge is the internal water dispenser. It means that you do not need to lose any interior space. I'm glad I didn't get the LG because the loss of door space would have been a problem.The ice maker is in the freezer (no crushed ice) and works fast. It makes 100 cubes a day.

The interior space seems to be the same actual space as the old fridge but there are many configuration options making better use of the space, possibly. Not sure if it really makes a difference.

The thing I like the most is the fact that I do not need to bend down to see what's in the fridge.

A few other things that I'd like to mention because I have seen them in other reviews:
Noise: More than a fridge without an ice maker not really noticeable.
Energy efficiency: Seems OK.
Stainless steel: Get the stainless steel spray cleaner (not the wipes). Does a great job keeping the prints off.
Ice maker: Cranks out the ice. Once I think the there-is-enough-ice sensor didn't detect that the ice was full. You can turn off the ice maker so no biggie.
Water dispenser: It has an easy to change filter accessible inside the fridge. Water tastes excellent. The first gallon or so had a plastic taste (I also used a plastic water line) but it went away. I hear this is common.
Freezer drawers: There are three. It seems ok. Very different from the old top freezer. I like it but it makes you pack more efficiently so you can slide the drawers.
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We just replaced our 16 year old fridge with this GE french door model. Overall it is an adequate replacement but not of the quality I expected. I like the sliding shelves, the easy to see temp controls and the stainless steel finish. My last fridge was also a bottom freezer; an option that I highly recommend. The french doors versus my old single door has more compartments but less space. Eggs no longer have their own door compartment; they now take up space on a shelf. My old single door would close by itself (gravity) but the new french doors take a conscious effort; a particular problem if you have kids. Occasionally, a door is left partially open and sometimes an audible alarm (if you're near)will alert you, but don't count on it. The freezer door takes muscle to open and close. You'd think that for the price they could devise a smoother door. The freezer drawer is deep an appears to have a lot of capacity. This is misleading since there are several sliding drawers (baskets) in the top of the freezer that limit the amount that the main drawer can hold. We removed the middle basket which improved the capacity but reduced the organization. Not a limitor only an inconvenience. There is a water dispenser inside fridge that operates okay when filling a small single glass but difficult to operate for a bigger vessel. The resevoir for the water/ice takes up produce drawer space reducing the amount that they can hold. Bottom line is that it looked great on the showroom floor, but was not as practical when we got it home.
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Our GE Profile refrigerator has all of the disadvantages I have read in the reviews here and more. Beginning with the day it arrived. The wheels on the frig are so small that given the weight of the thing, it damages floors as it rolls, even empty. They knew that and put down thick padding, but I didn't and when I pulled it out later when it started leaking, it put noticeable "track marks" on our oak (not pine!) floors. So get some padding to roll it on. And make sure every family member knows where the water shutoff to the frig or the house is. You'll need it.

Now to the tale of woe:

Twice now, the solenoid control for the water/ice-maker has started leaking. It is not that the line broke; the cheap little piece of Chinese crap began leaking from its own plastic casing. The frig wet our wood floor, damaging it. It damaged the drywall in the great room and its floor and walls below the frig. On both occasions. Since the leak was slow, and behind the fridge, we did not discover it until a lot of damage was done. Both new replacement parts were identical copies of the old ones- no effort to fix the problem even though the repairman says they fail constantly just as ours did.

The thing began to have temperature control problems. Took two visits for the repairman to figure out that the little plastic flapper that controls airflow between frig and freezer had broken. Replaced that. The one that came out I still have to show people. It looks like a 5th grade science project. The housing is styrofoam of the quality that your stereo came in, with a piece of plastic that is operated by a tiny motor. The "axle" on the flapper is barely bigger around than a toothpick, and the repairman admitted, "Oh, those things always break.
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