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Quiet Refrigerator!
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Quiet Refrigerator!

Hi all,
I was wondering if anyone knew of a good quiet refrigerator (North America). We just moved into a new place and every 45 mins the refrigerator starts its compression cycle and gets up to 50 dbA for 15 mins. It's intolerable. Any models that run under 40dbA? I'd much prefer a constant lower hum than this.
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The Kitchen Aid one in our kitchen is pretty quiet. I can't say the same for the different brand one out in the garage.
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@didlisquat Is it french doors? Top mounted? Any other details you can provide? Model #?
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@didlisquat Is it french doors? Top mounted? Any other details you can provide? Model #?
It's a model that is around six years old and it looks like stores don't sell them anymore :

http://www.sears.com/kitchenaid-19.8...p-04609849000P

French doors with the freezer on the bottom. This might be the closest one without the icemaker :

Shop KitchenAid 20-cu ft Counter-Depth French Door Refrigerator with Ice Maker (Stainless steel) ENERGY STAR at Lowes.com

Mine isn't stainless steel, so that could probably bring the price down a little bit.
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