When it’s cold, the compressor will continue to start up reliably to keep the temperature inside the freezer right where you set it.
When it’s hot, the compressor has the capacity to run often and for extended times.
Proven to perform in temperatures from 0°-110°F.
Chest and upright freezers come in a variety of sizes to fit your needs.
Visual alarm alerts you if the temperature rises unexpectedly.
They make space more flexible and items easier to find.
|Name||14.8 cu. ft. Chest Freezer in White||Garage Ready 15.7 cu. ft. Chest Freezer in White, ENERGY STAR||Garage Ready 21.7 cu. ft. Chest Freezer in White, ENERGY STAR|
|Capacity (cu. Ft.) - Freezer||14.8||15.7||21.7|
|Product Width (in.)||47.38||65||73.25|
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Some systems struggle and work harder when the air is really hot. My guess is they took notice of this and made s few adjustments so it'll run more efficiently for those who live in hot environments.
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It’s approximately 11”. That’s a measurement from inside freezer floor to the bottom of the first row of baskets.
Hello SusieQ - We are glad to hear of your interest in this wonderful freezer. Model FCM16DLWW comes with 4 plastic, sliding, sturdy baskets that can be used one 2 different level rails. We hope this helps. Let us know if you have any more questions. - John@GEAppliances
Hello Cat - Congratulations on the new freezer. We appreciate your loyalty to the GE Appliances brand. We recommend making sure you have met the required installation clearances and the unit is at least half full. Should a freezer have a small food load, it may need to work harder to keep temperature as it has less product to hold in the cold air. We hope this helps. Keep in touch! - John@GEAppliances
28 inches deep, 65 inches wide, 34 inches tall
Not sure on the weight-might say online that I don't recall. The two delivery guys carried it with shoulder dollies with no problem at all all the way around the house and into the back garage. Took about 10 minutes total.
There is no water hookup, but there is a water drain plug for defrosting purposes.
The freezer does not come with wheels. They can be added if using a cart method. To screw anything to the bottom, you risk puncturing the insulated walls/floor.
Hi Patricia - Thanks for considering GE! Model # FCM16DLWW uses 277 kWh per year ($33). Here's the Energy Guide for details: https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=FCM16DL_EG.pdf - Model # FCM16SLWW uses 308 kWh per year ($37). Here's the Energy Guide for details: https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=Energy%20label%20FCM16SLWW.pdf - Keep in touch at GEAppliances.com. Sue