The GE Profile 36" French Door Refrigerator features ample storage with 23.1 cu. ft. capacity. Due to the TwinChill Evaporators, the two sections stay in separate climates to keep foods fresh. The factory-installed icemaker creates filtered ice due to the integrated water filtration system. The adjustable glass shelves and the door bins ensure versatile storage options to room any item that needs to be kept cool.
2014 ENERGY STAR qualified
Internal water dispenser with GE water filtration
Delivers filtered water with one touch
Factory-installed icemaker with water filtration system
Refrigerator comes ready to automatically create filtered ice
In-the-door controls with actual-temperature display
2 adjustable-humidity drawers and 1 full-width adjustable-temperature drawer
Separate climates in the fresh food and freezer sections help keep foods fresh
Showcase LED lighting
Positioned throughout the interior and under fresh food doors to spotlight foods inside the refrigerator and in the freezer
Allows for extra door storage when you need it and tucks away when you don’t
Quick Space Shelf
Functions as a normal full-sized shelf when needed and easily slides down for instant storage flexibility
Advanced water filtration uses RPWFE replacement filter
Removes trace pharmaceuticals from water and ice
| General Specifications |
| Type: || Freestanding |
| Style: || French Door |
| Size: || Full Size |
| Counter-Depth: || Yes |
| Defrost Type: || Frost Guard |
| Temperature Management System: || TwinChill Evaporators |
| Control Type || Internal Electronic Digital Temperature Display |
| Ice Maker: || Yes |
| Leveling System: || 2 Front Leveling Legs |
| Door Design: || Contoured |
| Energy Star: || Yes |
| Easily Removable Door Gaskets: || Yes |
| Sabbath Mode: || Yes |
| Capacity |
| Total Capacity: || 23.1 cu. ft. |
| Refrigerator Capacity: || 15.9 cu. ft. |
| Freezer Capacity: || 7.2 cu. ft. |
| Refrigerator Specifications |
| Crisper: || Yes |
| Number of Drawers: || 3 |
| Number of Shelves: || 5 |
| Type of Shelves: || Glass |
| Split Shelves: || Yes |
| Spill Proof Shelves: || Yes |
| Refrigerator Door Bins: || 6 |
| Freezer Specifications |
| Freezer Baskets: || 3 |
| Dimensions |
| Weight: || 333 lbs. |
| Depth: || 31.25" |
| Height: || 69.875" |
| Width: || 35.75" |
| Exterior Width: || 36" |
| Cabinet Depth: || 24.375" |
| Depth with Door at 90 Degrees: || 44.625" |
| Depth without Handles: || 28.375" |
| Height without Hinges: || 69" |
| Width with Door Open 90 Degrees Incl. Handle: || 44.625" |
| Back Air Clearances: || 2" |
| Side Air Clearances: || 0.125" |
| Top Air Clearances: || 1" |
| Electrical Requirements |
| Volts: || 120 Volts |
| Frequency: || 60 Hz |
| Amps: || 15A |
| Warranty |
| Parts Warranty || Limited 1 Year Entire Appliance |
| Labor Warranty || Limited 1 Year Entire Appliance |
are long-term appliance investments so you'll want to carefully consider the main aspects of buying this refrigerator to ensure that it meets your family's needs and you'll be able to enjoy the refrigerator for the next few years. Whether you're buying a refrigerator for the very first time or replacing an older refrigerator model, these tips will help you be better prepared to start shopping
for a refrigerator.
Are There Installation Limitations for the Refrigerator?
The first refrigerator consideration - measure the area where you will position the refrigerator. Is there sufficient room for full door swing/opening? Measuring is especially important when replacing a refrigerator to ensure the new one fits between counters or under overhead cabinets like the previous one. Take the maximum measurements when you shop for a refrigerator and allow space for hinges and leveling. Review your home's entry to the kitchen to be sure you'll be able to get your purchase in. You'll need an electrical outlet and also plumbing if you are buying a refrigerator with ice and water dispenser?
What Type Of Refrigerator Can Be Installed?
While reviewing where you to install your new refrigerator
, you can decide what type you prefer or would fit into your kitchen layout and budget. Types of refrigerators require different installations. A counter-depth model is usually wider than a same-capacity freestanding unit and can give your kitchen a custom look for less outlay than a built-in model. Available types:
What Style or Model Do You Prefer?
Refrigerator style is a matter of preference and convenience, but you should consider installation limitations when choosing a style since clearances may vary. An All Refrigerator
model does not have a freezer but has the best capacity. This may suit your home if you have a freezer close at hand. A Top Mount
model has an upper freezer, with or without a separate door. A Bottom Freezer
model has either a drawer/bin or shelf style freezer on the bottom. A Side by Side
has a freezer on one side and refrigerator on the other. A French Door
model has two refrigerated top sections with a freezer on the bottom.
What Capacity Does Your Family Need?
Once you've established installation, type and style, you can decide on capacity. If this will be your main refrigerator, size this appliance to meet your family's needs. Buying an overly large refrigerator which may remain partially empty will only use more kitchen space and increase purchase and energy costs. If you're buying a spare or beverage refrigerator, a compact model under 11 cu. ft. refrigerators
. may be sufficient. A 14 cu. ft refrigerator
can be adequate for a family of 4, but a 18 - 22 cu. ft refrigerator
or higher would be better for a large family. If you have a vegetable garden, a larger refrigerator would be very convenient.
Refrigerator Finishes & Existing Kitchen Decor
You should give some thought to whether you are looking for Black
or other exterior finishes
. What finish will fit better into your existing kitchen decor? Do you prefer the same brand as your range? You may want to compliment your existing appliances by choosing a similar finish. If you have small children, finishes that are easy to keep clean or limit fingerprints may be more suitable. A pebbly white finish is easy to keep clean and can help to 'hide' scratches rather than a smooth glossy white exterior.
Choosing Refrigerator Features
The best feature is Frost-Free operation and do not assume that every refrigerator today is frost-free but confirm before purchasing. Here are other available features:
When Considering Refrigerator Features
A base model refrigerator generally has 1-2 drawers, wire shelving, non-adjustable shelves/bins and may only have a partial shelf in the freezer. Although a base model will provide sufficient refrigeration needs, features are really nice to have but greatly influence the price. If you would seldom use a Through-the-Door Water & Ice Dispenser, why pay more for this feature? On the other hand, it could encourage your family to drink water more often, but this feature will influence the price and require plumbing hook-up. Replacing with a taller model may require custom re-building or removing overhead cabinets.
Enhanced Features & Other Considerations
Some models have customizable digital displays, flat panel TV mounted on the door front, or built-in filtration for the water dispenser. Bottom freezer models have various designs such as slide-out drawer/bin or interior shelving. Built-in models may have optional panels to blend with your decor. You may want to consider purchasing an extended warranty for a higher priced appliance investment, and you'll need to make disposal decisions for the old model. Landfills generally have rules in place regarding preparing refrigerators and freezers for disposals as well as tipping fees for large appliances.