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All Refrigerator with french doors

Posted by Falconfeather (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 10, 12 at 20:52

I am looking for an all refrigerator (36") with french doors. Unfortunately I do not have room to allow a full door frig to open all the way. Thus, the requirement for two half width doors. I have not been able to locate such a frig. I need your expert help.

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RE: All Refrigerator with french doors

I've linked below to the ajmadison website. You can sort appliances on the webiste all kinds of ways. It does not appear there is an all-fridge made with french doors. I don't know how it would even be possible, since the intrinsic design of a french door fridge is meant to include a freezer on the bottom. Similarly, a side by side design is meant to have one side be the fridge and one side be the freezer. What you could do is get two 18" all-fridges, installed next to each other, and attain your 36" all-fridge with narrow doors that way.

Here is a link that might be useful: AJ Madison Refrigerators

RE: All Refrigerator with french doors

You mean a 36" side by side that is all fridge? Never heard of one. But the two 18's would work.

RE: All Refrigerator with french doors

The problem with the two 18 inch fridges is that it will be impossible to store large items like deli trays.

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