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Built-in Thermador refrigerator help needed

Posted by sjhockeyfan (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 23, 13 at 0:27

We are getting the above refrigerator (right-side hinge). It will be paneled. The problem is there is a short wall next to the fridge that extends about 6" more than the cabinetry. I would be very appreciative if someone who understands these things could tell me how far I'd have to move the refrigerator to the left (and therefore how much filler between the fridge and the wall) for the fridge door to fully open (115 degrees). Thanks for your help.

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RE: Built-in Thermador refrigerator help needed

Sj hockey - the hinge for Thermador freedom series is supposed to be similar to Miele fully integrated fridge hinges. If you go to a appliance store like university electric in Santa Clara, you can see it installed in person. The hinge pushes out and then swings.

RE: Built-in Thermador refrigerator help needed

Down load the Thermador design guide and it will have all those dimensions you need

Here is a link that might be useful: Thermador Refrigeration Design Guide

RE: Built-in Thermador refrigerator help needed

Well, we went to see the refrigerator today (thank goodness I knew there was a local store that had one on display) and were able to work it out. It turns out the door only needs to open 90 degrees and you can fully open the drawers and remove them for cleaning. That problem is solved. Now turning attention to oven/cooktop problem.

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