Posted by: sammerz | 16 November, 2009

Fridge shopping (part 2)

Unfortunately we weren’t able to get the french-door styled refrigerators we originally intended because the alcove was merely centimeters too narrow!  So we had to go for an upside-down type refrigerator and settled for a Fisher & Paykel one, which the Good Guys had on special (about $300 less than Harvey Norman).  The first blessing was that they were able to organise a delivery within just two days!  The second was even better… when it arrived, it was an upgraded one!  We did call them up the next working day and they admitted their bungle (the model number was only slightly different).  Instead of organising a second delivery, we decided to keep the upgraded one and agreed with their management to fork out a little (and worthwhile) extra cash to keep it…  So now we’ll have to eventually organise for a plumber to connect the water and ice dispensers 🙂

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