GE 9.8 Cu. Ft. 12V DC Power Top-Freezer Refrigerator, Black
Item No. 125266
GE 9.8 Cu. Ft. 12V DC Power Top-Freezer Refrigerator, Black is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 107.
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GE 9.8 Cu. Ft. 12V DC Power Top-Freezer Refrigerator, Black

GE 9.8 Cu. Ft. 12V DC Power Top-Freezer Refrigerator, Black is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 107.
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Item No. 125266
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The GE 9.8 Cu. Ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator is specifically designed to operate on 12V DC power for use in RVs, boats, and solar homes. 9.8 cu. ft. of usable space provides room for all your necessities when you're on the road.

• Designed for use in RVs, boats, and solar homes
• 12V DC power
• 9.8 cu. ft. capacity
• Semi-automatic defrost design saves energy
• Compressor cooling system with no external RV ventilation required
• Deep shelves accommodate large items like pizza boxes and bagged ice
• LED lighting makes it easy to see what's inside
• Adjustable spillproof glass shelves for organized food storage
• Clear crisper drawer helps preserve fresh fruits and vegetables
• Clear door bins free up shelf space

Dimensions
Net Weight: 119 lbs.
Overall: 59-1/2"H x 23-5/8"W x 25-1/4"D

Capacity
Total Capacity: 9.8 cu. ft.
Fresh Food Capacity: 7.39 cu. ft.
Freezer Capacity: 2.42 cu. ft.
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  • Designed for use in RVs, boats, and solar homes
  • Semi-automatic defrost design saves energy
  • Compressor cooling system with no external RV ventilation required
  • Adjustable spillproof glass shelves for organized food storage
  • LED lighting makes it easy to see what's inside
Capacity 9.8 cu. ft.
Color Black
Freezer Yes
Interior Light Yes
Weight (lbs.) 119.00 lbs
Unit Weight 132.00 lb
Brand GE Appliances
MFG Part No. GPV10FGNBB-R
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great 12 volt fridge I live in a solar powered tiny house and got this to replace an expensive, terrible RV/marine fridge. I love the GE--it's spacious and great looking. More importantly, it actually cools/freezes the way it's supposed to. Despite being a 12-volt DC fridge--meaning it runs on quite low power--it has great cooling ability. I think I might have to defrost it fairly often (the freezer is already getting some frost buildup), but honestly that's not a huge deal compared to how well this works. If you're looking for a 12 volt fridge, you won't find anything better.
Date published: 2020-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really nice refrigerator! We received this unit as a replacement for a failed 12v RV compressor fridge. This one is much quieter than the other, which is good in an RV where everything is nearby. It also has better door shelves. Our only complaint is that this unit does not come with a way to lock the doors shut, which is a necessity when installed in an RV. I did find after market door locks that mount in the door hinge mounts so that issue is resolved, but it would be nice if it were built in.
Date published: 2021-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 12 volt GE refrigerator Refrigerator works well when you have a full deep cycle battery. Will be purchasing a larger battery with 100 amps instead of the smaller amp cheap battery which worked until night came and by morning battery did not recover with solar system. Refrigerator is great as long as you have a large enough battery to run it.
Date published: 2021-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Eats batteries This is actually a really great fridge if you’re plugged into power most of the time. In 10 hours of run time you will use 135 amp hours from your battery. A standard DC 27 battery is only 80 AH. I had to trade out my single DC 27 battery for Four 6 volt deep cycle batteries for a total of 450 AH. Two 6 volt batteries may have done the trick but I wanted to leave my camping options open. Changing to the 6 volt batteries is a chunk of change to upgrade though. Just something to keep in mind if you plan on doing some off grid rving with this fridge.
Date published: 2020-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of crap This refrigerator was brand new installed in a 2021 RV and has only been used three times since February 2021. The freezer gets super cold to where it starts to frost over within hours. The refrigerator doesn’t get anything cold for days but yet the top portion of the refrigerator has ice forming on the top and along the first 6 inches of the wall which I’m guessing is because the the freezer also freezing up. If this refrigerator is in your RV run away. The dealership doesn’t help any and I’m 100% positive that GE doesn’t care as well.
Date published: 2021-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this fridge. This fridge came with my new camper and I love it. First of all it's huge for a small camper. Plenty of room for stuff, especially in the freezer. It also keeps things nice and cold on the low setting, the freezer is colder than my deep freezer at home. If you shut it off for storage of your camper it only takes a few hours to get cold again after turning it back on. So much better than ANY camper fridge I've ever owned, bigger, faster, and colder.
Date published: 2021-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great refrigerator! Replaced the camper fridge, 110v & propane with this 12v compressor style and what a difference! Cools faster and better! Absolutely love it so far. 90+ degree days and everything stays cold and frozen. Old unit could never do that.
Date published: 2020-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice unit I installed this unit in my class C motor home a few days ago. I’m very happy with the efficiency and interior size of this fridge. So glad we went this way.
Date published: 2020-07-16
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why is it so hard to find sizes of unit? Most brands seem ashamed of size. Hole only so big. Size of this unit?

Asked by: George
Overall Dimensions: 59-1/2" H x 23-5/8" W x 25-1/4" D Minimum Cavity Dimensions behind Cabinet Front Trim: 26" W x 61" H x 24.5" D Minimum Opening Dimensions in Cabinet Front Trim: 24" W x 60" H GPV10FGN/FSN, Spec Sheet: https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=GPV10FGN_FSN_19.pdf GPV10 Models, Owner's Manual & Installation Instructions: https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=49-1000399-2.pdf
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2021-09-10

How do we defrost the refrigerator?

Asked by: ToddLaura
Per the manual: Defrost whenever frost on the walls of the freezer compartment becomes 1/4" thick. Never use a sharp or metallic instrument to remove frost as it may damage the cooling coils. (A punctured cooling coil will cause serious problems and void the warranty.) We commend using a plastic scraper. Do not use any electrical device in defrosting your refrigerator. To defrost: -Remove foods and ice trays from the freezer compartment. -Set the temperature control to OFF. Defrosting usually takes a few hours. To defrost faster, keep the freezer door open. Also, pouring warm(not hot) water on the frosted part may speed defrosting. Do not use boiling water-it may damage plastic parts. After defrosting: -Wipe the freezer compartment with a damp cloth. -Turn the temperature control to the desired setting and return food and ice trays to the refrigerator. NOTE: If ice buildup is very thick, it may keep the freezer door from opening or closing completely. After defrosting, the door will close easily.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2021-08-13

How many amps does it draw?

Asked by: Buzz
The simple answer is this refrigerator draws current on average 13.5 Amps. Once this refrigerator stabilizes it may require less current depending on conditions. It gets a little more complicated because during start ups this refrigerator may briefly require surging current from 15 to 20 Amps. The owner's manual needs more guidance in recommending a sustainable power supply for off the power grid use. My research from other user comments suggest that a 12 Volt battery at 100 to 125 Amp Hours charged with a 50 Watt solar panel is sufficient. In my set up I have two 12 Volt lead acid batteries of 65 Amp Hour capacity each wired in parallel for a total of 130 Amp Hour capacity charged by a 110 Watt solar panel. The more capacity requires more charging time so be careful not to add too much capacity. I have been running this refrigerator off grid in my garage to test it out for about 7 days and everything seems to be operating good.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2021-09-10

How long would a 12v 110ah deep cycle battery last running only this device last?

Asked by: Curtis
I am converting a school bus, and in my design, I have 2 - 200 watt solar panels (400 watts total), with 2 - 300ah deep cycle batteries to power the appliances, lights, and other electronic / electric devices. Your gas stove still needs an electric spark to light. Your LED lights still need power to run. Your gas hot water heater still needs an electric spark to light. Your gas furnace still needs an electric spark to light. Exhaust fans. Automotive stereo system. Satellite dish. Electrical outlets. 5v USB charging stations. There are a lot of little things in your RV that will need at least some small amount of electricity. You can't just figure your electrical power requirements based on your refrigerator alone. You're better oversizing than undersizing, overestimating than underestimating. The last thing you need is to lose power to your refrigerator when you're off-grid. All your perishable food is gone!
Answered by: jxfish2
Date published: 2021-09-10

Does it come in a left swing open? Thanks

Asked by: Larry
All it takes is about 1hour to switch to left swing. Easy I did it
Answered by: Jim44
Date published: 2021-06-11
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