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Goofy127 03-23-2013 12:52 PM

Refridgerators in POFQ
 
Do the rooms at POFQ have refridgerators in them?

wallawallakids 03-23-2013 12:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Goofy127 (Post 47886882)
Do the rooms at POFQ have refridgerators in them?

Yes. They have those little mini ones. I don't remember it having a freezer compartment, just a refrigerator if I remember correctly. Enough room to put a couple of bottles of water in though. :thumbsup2 HTH

bookgirl 03-23-2013 02:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Goofy127 (Post 47886882)
Do the rooms at POFQ have refridgerators in them?

Yes they have them and correct that there is no freezer. Held a good amount of water bottles plus a few items I put into ziplock bags (some leftover fruit and some candy with carmel/chocolate). I also bought a quart of milk (I switched resorts and only wanted to have enough milk for each resort at the time so then bought another at the second resort). Half gallon will fit in the door or lying sideways on shelf, or if you take out shelf you could stand the half gallon up but not a full gallon.

The fridges were not icy cold but cold enough for milk not to get icky and for water to be cold.

Goofy127 03-23-2013 03:47 PM

Thank you :cool1:

disney777 03-23-2013 05:54 PM

They aren't very cold, so when I'm in the room I open the door where it is stored to let it air out a bit, since the motor heats it up. There were no control to adjust the temperature

taylor3297 03-23-2013 05:58 PM

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Originally Posted by bookgirl (Post 47887628)
Yes they have them and correct that there is no freezer. Held a good amount of water bottles plus a few items I put into ziplock bags (some leftover fruit and some candy with carmel/chocolate). I also bought a quart of milk (I switched resorts and only wanted to have enough milk for each resort at the time so then bought another at the second resort). Half gallon will fit in the door or lying sideways on shelf, or if you take out shelf you could stand the half gallon up but not a full gallon.

The fridges were not icy cold but cold enough for milk not to get icky and for water to be cold.

A gallon of water will fit on the bottom, so will a gallon of milk. We have done both.

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Originally Posted by disney777 (Post 47889034)
They aren't very cold, so when I'm in the room I open the door where it is stored to let it air out a bit, since the motor heats it up. There were no control to adjust the temperature

:thumbsup2 Like this person stated, always leave the cabinet door open a bit in order to help with air circulation. This will allow the refrigerator to work more efficiently. There is a small hole in the back to help but it isn't enough.

Remember it takes almost 24 hours for items to become cold after putting in the refrigerator.

Goofy127 03-26-2013 10:52 AM

thank you everyone


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