Question about Freezers
Clarification: Just be careful. If you damage the appliance during the move it would probably not be covered and if there was a problem with the appliance and you needed it replaced then you may have to take the first one back and get the replacement.. My daughter had it delivered and there was a ding so back it went. The next one had a different problem and it went back as well. The third one had problems with the doors. A real hassle but the fourth one was perfect. If she had picked it up they would have most likely blamed her. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
It's like having some one pick up your wife to be. Pick it up yourself, this way you have the opportunity to check the merchandise over befoere taking it home. Plus you save yourself $75. Use padding and pick you up a stablizer bar at any hardware or Harbor Freight. You still save $60 with the bar and padding.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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