Diamond Quest 14 Cu. Ft. Propane Gas RefrigeratorSKU: Diamond-14
Crafted by the Amish in the Midwest, the Diamond Quest 14 Cubic Foot Propane Refrigerator Requires No Electricity or Venting Making it a Perfect Fit for Off-Grid Use. Unit Ships Free to Any Commercial Address in the Contiguous 48 States.
FREE SHIPPING TO A COMMERCIAL ADDRESS OR FREIGHT TERMINAL IN THE CONTIGUOUS 48 STATES
The Diamond Quest 14 Cubic Foot Propane Refrigerator provides 9.7 Cubic Feet of Refrigerator Space and 4.3 Cubic Feet of Freezer Space. Full width clear crisper provides a generous space for storing your produce. Features two adjustable glass shelves for easy cleanup and five clear, adjustable door shelves with an appealing blue tint. No electricity required! Refrigerator comes with a Three Years Parts/Labor.
SPECIFICATIONS / FEATURES
- Overall Dimensions: 71"H x 28"W x 33"D
- Propane Consumption: .35 Gallon per day
- Weight: 265 lb
- Color: White
- Burner: Stainless Steel
- Thermostatically controlled
- Piezo ignition with flame display
- Rear rollers
- Reversible doors
- Interior LED light
- Warranty: 3 Year Parts and Labor
All installation and service of these units should be performed by a qualified installation and service agency including the use of the installation and service manuals which are specifically intended for use by a qualified installation and service agency.
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During delivery should you determine any damages or shortages, you MUST note the damage or shortage on the delivery "Bill Of Lading" before you sign it!
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