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Old 11-30-2017, 06:26 PM   #1
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When your home fridge dies...



It’s amazing how much you can fit in a small SMB refrigerator when your home fridge dies :-)

Between this and a small cooler we’re making it work until Lowe’s delivers our new fridge on Friday.
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They also come in handy when you defrost your freezer.
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Ha I never thought of that... But my SMB fridge usually if full of beer
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Ha I never thought of that... But my SMB fridge usually if full of beer


And your home fridge isn’t?




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