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Default Trying to Salvage Frozen Food

zxcvbob wrote:
> jmcquown wrote:
>> Nancy Young wrote:
>>> "jmcquown" > wrote
>>>> I brought my own refrigerator to this apartment but they are going
>>>> to have maintenance bring me a replacement. Sadly, the replacement
>>>> refrigerator is
>>>> tiny (14 cu. ft); not that mine was huge but you'd be surprised
>>>> what
>>>> a difference 4 cu. ft. makes.
>>> Man, that's a huge difference.
>>> Do you know of a scratch and dent place? You can get a new
>>> refrigerator, full warranty/whatever, for a very reasonable
>>> amount of money.
>>> nancy

>> Thanks, I'll check around. In the meantine I have to do something
>> *now*, which precludes driving around looking at refrigerators. The
>> apartment fridge option is the best for the moment.
>> Jill

> What's the temperature outside in Memphis? 40-50's? (sit the coolers
> out on the patio and they'll do a lot better job for you while you're
> getting situated.)

Happens to be a nice, sunny 52 at the moment

> You might wanna look for a small chest freezer. When I lived in a
> small apartment, I had the biggest freezer that would fit thru the
> walk-in closet door (Montgomery Wards, about 6 ft^3) I still have
> that freezer 20 years later, in addition to a bigger upright.
> Good luck,
> Bob

Thanks, Bob. I nearly bought one about 6 years ago and still kick myself
for not doing it.