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Please Recommend Undersink Filtered Water Chiller

Posted by Mrs_Nyefnyef (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 17, 13 at 17:20

In my kitchen reno, we will be getting rid of the fridge with water in the door, for a fridge without water in the door. Nothing but problems with that water in the door. The fridge otherwise good. Yet my family likes the filtered cold water that comes out of the fridge door. I have heard we can buy an undersink water chiller that dispenses cold filtered water from a side faucet installed at the sink. But I cannot find information or recommendations. Does anyone have one? I didn't think it would be an unusual item to have in a kitchen. TIA!


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RE: Please Recommend Undersink Filtered Water Chiller

I am doing the same thing in my Reno and interested in buying one of these as well. Hope someone can help :) What fridge are you purchasing?


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RE: Please Recommend Undersink Filtered Water Chiller

I'm planning on this, too, but understood it to be room temp only. My designer once mentioned something like running the water coil through the back of the fridge (if it's near the sink), but thinking about this later seemed like an impossibility. I mean, it's not like you can just easily mess around with a new state of the art fridge! We'll just add ice cubes!


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