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Sam's Club Members: Thomson 7.5 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has for its Members: Thomson 7.5 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator on sale for $199.98. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits.

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Note, you must be a Sam's Club Member to purchase this for store pickup. Availability for store pickup may vary by location

About this Product:
  • Upfront temperature controls
  • Space-saving design is ideal for limited-space areas
  • Spill-proof glass shelves prevent spills and make cleanup easy
  • Refrigerator and freezer storage bins help with organization

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  • Offer is valid through March 28, 2021 or while supplies lasts.
  • This is $30 Off (13.04% Savings) off the $229.98 List price or $40 Off (16.67% Savings) off a comparable 7.5 cu ft. Refrigerator.
  • This product is covered by the Sam's Club Member Satisfaction Guarantee and eligible for Returns. -slickdewmaster
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Sam's Club has for its members, Thomson 7.5 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator for $199.98. Choose club pickup where available.

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No really serious question. Let me be specific: do you need a pipe and drain or will it defrost to a pan where the water will then just evaporate over time?
I've never installed a fridge before or used a fridge that is not auto defrost
I installed this refrigerator a year ago into my small travel trailer, after the propane/electric one died. It's been working great and almost fit exactly in the same space. Traveled over 4000 miles so far and going strong. it's defrosted by turning off and removing frost.
Just a fair warning. I have this fridge and it does ok for drinks. However, I wouldn't keep food in it.
The lowest temp it can maintain with the thermostat maxed out is 37-40F and it varies widely between the top and bottom. The shelf area towards the front of the door can get as high as 42.
The freezer works mint, however, do not plan on keeping anything that can easily spoil in the fridge.

My main fridge maintains 34-35F and I can keep leftovers in it for as much as two weeks if I wanted to (not that I would).

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How do you defrost this fridge?
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This thing lasted one week for me. Just stopped working
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I installed this refrigerator a year ago into my small travel trailer, after the propane/electric one died. It's been working great and almost fit exactly in the same space. Traveled over 4000 miles so far and going strong. it's defrosted by turning off and removing frost.
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how do you defrost any fridge? surely this is a joke
No really serious question. Let me be specific: do you need a pipe and drain or will it defrost to a pan where the water will then just evaporate over time?
I've never installed a fridge before or used a fridge that is not auto defrost
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This thing lasted one week for me. Just stopped working
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This product is covered by the Sam's Club Member Satisfaction Guarantee.
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Quote from 95m3ltw :
how do you defrost any fridge? surely this is a joke

Ah, Nope this is an issue in the mini fridge world, most mini fridges don't auto defrost (Especially if they have a freezer) and this means ICE Build up over time. I just bought a Beverage Cooler that Evaps Auto Defrost because I was tried of Manually doing it.
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Doesn't replace the food that was lost and the pain of returning.
I guess just don't buy a mini fridge, then? You run the risk of buying a dud no matter who the manufacturer is or what model it is.
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How do you defrost this fridge?
Unplug it if it gets bad enough. Whatever you do never chip away at the ice as you can puncture a refrigerated line. I'm not sure on this model but I've seen many mini fridges and freezers murdered that way.
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This thing lasted one week for me. Just stopped working
I bought one in November. Had it about a month, and it too stopped working. I opened a ticket with the manufacturer, and they wanted a bunch of info and pictures which I emailed to them. Didn't hear anything for 2 days.

I took it back to Sams, no issue.

I ended up buying the 9.8cf Haier one at Lowes for $329 and it's been great. More like a real fridge.

P.S. I also bought the Thomson upright freezer at the same time, and it's working fine for me.
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How do you defrost this fridge?
The correct way is to remove the food, unplug the fridge, and let it melt with something to catch the water like a towel.

You can use an ice scraper and keep it at a small amount.
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