November 29, 2011
This is Donna with GE and I will be happy to help you with the GE Adora 28.5 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator model # DFSS9VKBSS
Egg bins have not been supplied for some time in GE refrigerators. They are available as an option. These bins can be placed on a refrigerator shelf, on a door shelf or in the freezer. There are currently two types of bins.
* A 14 1/2" x 4 1/4" rectangular bin. This type does not have individual cups for each egg, so it can be used to store other items. When storing eggs, place the egg carton in the bin with the eggs still inside. This will allow you to stack 2 cartons in the bin. The part number for this item is WR32X1560.
* A 14 1/2" x 4 1/4" rectangular bin models. It will also hold two dozen eggs, but it has twelve individual cups to hold eggs. The second dozen may be placed directly on the first. The part number for this item is WR32X1435.
Refrigerators with the dual overhead evaporator systems function differently than conventional refrigerators:
* The evaporator in a conventional refrigerator cools the freezer, then vents the freezer air into the fresh food compartment. Cold fresh food air comes directly from the freezer.
* With the overhead evaporator system, the cold air is generated by the evaporator located above the freezer and fresh food compartments. This allows the air to be vented into the freezer and fresh food compartments separately eliminating shared air.
Benefits the overhead evaporator system:
* Eliminating shared air protects food from odor/flavor transference.
* Air in the fresh food compartment retains necessary moisture.
* Fewer defrost cycles are needed- the freezer operates more efficiently and frozen foods retain their quality longer.
* The overhead evaporator frees up additional freezer space.
I hope this helps!
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