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Fisher & Paykel 113L Bar Fridge

Fisher & Paykel 113L Bar Fridge Questions & Answers

P120LS (Stainless Steel, Left Door), P120LW (White, Left Door), P120RW (White, Right Door), etc...
4.8 from 4 reviews

3 questions from our users

Hillel Weintraub

Hillel Weintraubasked

Want to use in b&b room. Any comments about the quietness of operation? Looked for a noise level in db, but couldn't find it anywhere.

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It's very quiet. I had one in my office for many years and didn't really notice the noise. Also had one as a stand alone fridge in a bedroom and it makes about as much noise as our tick tock wall clock. If you can sleep with a ticking clock in your room then the bar fridge will be a walk in the park. My bar fridge are all stand alone so they make more noise than a built in. Since it takes up the same room as a dishwasher you can make it built-in under a kitchen bench and it will make even less noise. Lastly you can also put noise dampening foam around the back of a built-in cabinet and you won't hear a thing.

Hillel Weintraub
Hillel Weintraub

thanks for your information. I'd still like to get some info about noise level in db, but your personal experience is most helpful.



Just confirming, does this fridge have an interior light? My current bar fridge doesn't (different brand) and it's a pain.

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Yes it does..

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Rudi K.Fisher & Paykel

The P120 model does have an interior light .


Yes it has one but the switch is activated by the lid of the compartment at the top of the door. This means if you ever take the lid off to fit taller things in your bar fridge, the interior light will stay on when the door is closed.



What would cause my P120 to freeze up quite often? I notice today that there is a build up of ice not only on the ice box but also on the pipe beside the motor! Thanx

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The fridge is not frost free so opening and closing the door more often will cause ice to build up faster. High humidity will do the same, as will leaving the door open a crack or perishing door seals. Put a bright light inside the fridge like a battery operated lamp and see if you can see light coming out of the fridge seals anywhere around the whole perimeter of the fridge. You can also just physically examine the seals all the way around the door. To defrost the fridge use the defrost button and the drip tray that was supplied with the fridge.

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