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can a jenn-air fully integrate (jf42nxfxdw) be installed flush?

Posted by lexmomof3 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 4, 12 at 5:23

The sales rep said that it won't be fully integrated (flush inset) like the subzero or thermador. He said it would be like the KitchenAid that sticks out a bit. The Jenn-Air website shows pictures of it being completely integrated with the cabinets but he insisted that it wouldn't be. Please advise on your experience if you have a Jenn-Air; pics would be great! Also, can someone quote a price. I know it may differ from store to store and region to region, just wondering how price would compare to the 36" Thermador french door fully integrated model he quoted. Thanks!

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RE: can a jenn-air fully integrate (jf42nxfxdw) be installed flus

I'm looking at fully integrated 36" refrigerators too. The link below entitled "5 best counter depth refrigerators" shows a question on the Jenn-Air similar to yours. The commenter suggests Jenn-Air's spec sheet shows it sticks out some as your appliance person says. The appliance specialist also distinguishes between "professional" and "non professional" counter depth products, which seem the solution if you can.

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