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    Long story short current fridge works but bits are starting to fall apart ( cracked shelf, shelf in door gone etc) were moving as well and fridge is too big for space. Can put it in the garage. Should we get a new fridge? The new place well only be there 3-4 years then moving to our dream home so big French door fridge then.

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    I replaced my last fridge for the same reason. The insides were basically just falling apart so it didn't seem worth taking it with me when I moved.

    In your situation, I'd probably hang on to the fridge deapite it's flaws if you intend to upgrade and buy yet another fridge in 3-4 years.

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    I would get a new one but nothing too fancy if it's only for a little time maybe you could get one off Gumtree or similar


 

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