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RAdams

06:57AM | 12/05/02
Member Since: 12/04/02
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Hello: I'm shopping the internet for this item and see thousands of 'fridges but anyone know how to zero in on just counter-depth models? Also, anyone have any clues on what I should be looking for? I want a narrower unit, perhaps 24-28" and counter-depth. It could stick out a couple inches and that would be ok. thank you for any help.

Paul in Toronto

12:06PM | 12/05/02
Member Since: 10/07/01
51 lifetime posts
You will find counter-depth side by side fridges on the kitchenaid website (kitchenaid.com).

GE also sells them but they are difficult to find on their website.

I looked into cabinet-depth fridges last year and found two main drawbacks. The first is that they are very expensive. The second problem is that they are usually 35 or 36 inches wide.

DanO

03:47PM | 12/05/02
Member Since: 11/11/02
2274 lifetime posts
I agree that most cabinet depth models will either be large side by side, bottom freezer models or small under counter models, unless you go for a really high-end brands like Sub Zero, Viking.

You can see some counter depth models at the following link:

LINK > Counter Depth Refrigerators

Dan O.
www.Appliance411.com
The Appliance Information Site

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[This message has been edited by DanO (edited October 04, 2003).]

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