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Water lines in back of counter depth refrigerator

Posted by sitelifer (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 13, 12 at 6:55

I just took delivery of a KA counter depth refrigerator to be installed in my new kitchen. The water lines protrude in the back about a half inch prevention a perfect fit. My contractor says he can't bump out the back of the cabinet. I am using panels on the front so this ruins the whole look.

Any suggestions? And why don't they include water lines in the spec.

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RE: Water lines in back of counter depth refrigerator

Are you talking about a counter depth fridge or a built-in fridge? Counter depth is a misnomer - the door will always stick out beyond the counter so they can open. Only integrated built-in fridges can be made flush with the other cabinets.

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