Question about GE Refrigerators

I need to know how large cubic feet it is I am trying to sell it and it came with a home I bought.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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Hi -

The TFH**22** has a nominal size of **22** cubic feet total capacity - 21.7 cubic feet if you need to be exact. The fridge:freezer size split is 60:40, but the ice-maker reduces the capacity of the freezer, so the capacity is split as follows:

Fridge capacity: 14.5 cubic feet

Freezer capacity: 7.2 cubic feet.

These figures are correct to within +/-0.2 cubic feet for each. If you need to be more exact, you need to call GE as they no longer publish these specifications. The manual covers the 22, 24 and 27 cubic feet models, so the individual specifications for each one are not included.

Hope this helps. If you need further assistance, you can reply to me by clicking on "**Add a Comment**" below your question.

Regards,

BElectric

Posted on Apr 30, 2011

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I believe that is a 19.9 cubic foot model.

Here is a link to the spec page for a very similar model:

http://dl.owneriq.net/f/f9811849-698d-416f-ab11-02101c1c8d02.pdf

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Posted on Jun 13, 2011

Hello Terry Montag,

I would be guessing**22 Cubic Feet**...

(and give odds)...!!!

Generally the**22** is a biggie in your **MODEL** numbers...

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and "**SS**" means **stainless steel**.

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Apr 07, 2017 | GE Refrigerators

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May 04, 2016 | Washing Machines

Hi Paula:

A mathematical logic question.

You need to get all of the measurements in the same units.

- A cubic yard is 1 yard x 1 yard x 1 yard

- equals 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft

- equals 27 cubic feet,

so once you have the volume of the pipe in cubic feet, you divide by 27 to get the volume in cubic yards.

- Volume of a cylinder (the pipe) is the cross sectional area X length.

- Area equals Pi x r squared.

- equals 22/7 x 1 x 1

equals 3.14#####

times length (20)

equals 62.857### cubic feet volume

divide by 27 cubic feet

equals 2.328### cubic yards.

- The answer is always the easy part.

- what is important is knowing exactly what the question is, and

- determing what calculations are needed to get the answer.

Wasn't that better than if I'd just said 2 1/3 cubic yards?

Cheers

A mathematical logic question.

You need to get all of the measurements in the same units.

- A cubic yard is 1 yard x 1 yard x 1 yard

- equals 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft

- equals 27 cubic feet,

so once you have the volume of the pipe in cubic feet, you divide by 27 to get the volume in cubic yards.

- Volume of a cylinder (the pipe) is the cross sectional area X length.

- Area equals Pi x r squared.

- equals 22/7 x 1 x 1

equals 3.14#####

times length (20)

equals 62.857### cubic feet volume

divide by 27 cubic feet

equals 2.328### cubic yards.

- The answer is always the easy part.

- what is important is knowing exactly what the question is, and

- determing what calculations are needed to get the answer.

Wasn't that better than if I'd just said 2 1/3 cubic yards?

Cheers

Jan 05, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A cubic foot is one foot by one foot by one foot or 1' length by 1' width by 1' depth.

We multiply the figures to get the number of cubic feet, since they are all assumed to be in feet and get 600 cubic feet.

Good luck.

Paul

We multiply the figures to get the number of cubic feet, since they are all assumed to be in feet and get 600 cubic feet.

Good luck.

Paul

May 20, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Sharee:

The square footage is 14 times 70 equals 980 square feet.

That would be the Floor Area.

Air conditioners sometimes need to know the building volume so if you have 8 ft ceilings you would multiple 980 by 8 to get 7,840 CUBIC FEET.

Air exchange is typically are rated at cubic feet per minute and required as "specified Air Changes per Hour.

An example for your trailer would be 1/2 air change per hour required per building code. 7,840 times 1/2 equals 3920 cubic feet per hour. Divide that by 60 to get 65 cubic feet per minute.

That would be the minimum air change capacity for your air conditioner if it was also providing required ventilation.

The square footage is 14 times 70 equals 980 square feet.

That would be the Floor Area.

Air conditioners sometimes need to know the building volume so if you have 8 ft ceilings you would multiple 980 by 8 to get 7,840 CUBIC FEET.

Air exchange is typically are rated at cubic feet per minute and required as "specified Air Changes per Hour.

An example for your trailer would be 1/2 air change per hour required per building code. 7,840 times 1/2 equals 3920 cubic feet per hour. Divide that by 60 to get 65 cubic feet per minute.

That would be the minimum air change capacity for your air conditioner if it was also providing required ventilation.

May 17, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

The formula is just what you posted

8 feet x4 feet x.5 feet=16 cubic feet.

8 feet x4 feet x.5 feet=16 cubic feet.

Feb 25, 2015 | Car Audio & Video

Have you looked inside the fridge, there is usually a sticker bear rthe door giving all the capacities.

Dec 06, 2014 | Refrigerators

25 cubic feet

Here is a link to the owner's manual:

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Kenmore-Parts/Refrigerator-Parts/user-manuals/manual-downloads/Model-10659592990/0582/0165000?modelNumber=10659592990&diagramPageId=&documentId=

Here is a link to the owner's manual:

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Kenmore-Parts/Refrigerator-Parts/user-manuals/manual-downloads/Model-10659592990/0582/0165000?modelNumber=10659592990&diagramPageId=&documentId=

Dec 01, 2014 | Kenmore Refrigerators

Debbie, Most freezers will have a sticker inside the unit that give cubic feet. If all else fails, measure the height, width and depth and use following graph...http://www.marjam.com/calculators/volume-calculator-cubic-feet

Nov 29, 2014 | Kenmore Refrigerators

The cubic feet is 20.9

Oct 06, 2014 | GE Refrigerators

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