Maytag M1TXEGMY 20.6 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator with SpillMizer Glass Shelves, Humidity-Contro


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Maytag M1TXEGMY Combine efficiency and capacity in a top-freezer refrigerator. This 21 cu. ft. Energy Star qualified refrigerator helps you save money on utility bills. The convenient ice maker produces fresh ice in the freezer, eliminating the need to refill ice cube trays. Plus, it's installed at the factory, so there's no need to purchase a kit. A full-width SpillCatcher glass shelf provides plenty of room for extra-wide items, while the FreshLock humidity controlled crispers help preserve the freshness of vegetables and fruit. Features: -Refrigerator. -Energy star qualified refrigerators help you save money on utility bills by using less energy. -Adjustable spill-catcher shelves. -Factory installed automatic ice maker. -Full-size design of these crispers provides ample storage for produce, while humidity control helps preserve freshness. -Strong, gallon-size door bins are removable and adjustable for flexible loading and quick cleaning. -Vents in the fresh food and freezer compartments circulate cold air around large items. - Refrigerator automatically adjusts to different moisture levels to help keep food fresh. -Temperature control knob at the front of the refrigerator makes it easy to adjust the temperature without having to move stored items out of the way. -Energy-efficient foam insulation helps keep the cold air in, so refrigerator and freezer temperatures stay constant even when the outside temperature changes. -Brand offers several appliances that meet the stan...

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Product Title: Maytag M1TXEGMY 20.6 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator with SpillMizer Glass Shelves, Humidity-Contro

Manufacturer: Maytag

Lowest Price: $719.00 from AJ Madison

Power Score: 3.8 | 1 Review

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Eco-rate gives the Maytag M1TXEGMY 3.5 stars based on its energy efficiency (21% above Federal Standard); lifecycle energy cost ($565); current purchase price; and other environmental and economic considerations...
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By - May 24, 2012

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