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Bottom freezer fridge with wall to right

Posted by mondragon (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 25, 13 at 16:58

After having a wonderful big french door fridge in a spot with plenty of room on both sides to open the doors, we moved into a condo that has a 33" wide space right next to a wall (to the right of it.)

There's a standard fridge in there now but at 6'3", it's painful to use. I want to switch it out for at something with a freezer on the bottom.

I would also like filtered water (not ice) in the door.

I found a GE Profile model that would fit but it needs 14.4 inches on the right side to be able to open the door far enough to pull out the drawers. Not gonna happen.

I've been researching but I'm a little overwhelmed. Any assistance anyone could provide would be much appreciated.

I am sort of assuming I will have to give up the water in the door idea, but I'm still hopeful.


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RE: Bottom freezer fridge with wall to right

fisher paykel

or one of the 30" built in models at $6000 + and for sure no ice/water in door.


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RE: Bottom freezer fridge with wall to right

^^agree with xedos, having searched far and wide for a CD fridge against the wall solution.

Personally, I just don't like the stainless "finish" on Fisher Paykel fridges nor their handles. But like most other.

And they fit the door swing constraints mentioned other than much pricier Liebherr and Subzero.


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RE: Bottom freezer fridge with wall to right

Thanks for the refer to Fisher Paykel. Unfortunately they all seem to be counter depth and I'm looking for a full depth unit.


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