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Kenmore 51026 26.5 Cu. Ft. Side By Side Metallic Review

Looking to upgrade from a basic fridge to something more spacious? Consider the Kenmore 51026 26.5. A reasonable price tag gets you ample storage space and consistent, though not perfect, temperature control. It's not the best fridge on the market, but it's also not nearly as expensive.

March 28, 2012
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Introduction

The Kenmore 51026 is a mid-level fridge that delivers high quality results for a modest cost. Solid temperature consistency and a substantial amount of storage space mean your going to be able to make lots of food last for longer. This fridge isn't a perfect deal, though. High energy consumption means it will cost you in the long run, and warm spots on the bottom of both halves may lead to your spending more money to replace easily perishable foods unless you're careful about where to store them.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Energy Efficiency
  4. Performance
  5. Storage Space
  6. Usability
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  10. Conclusion
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