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Integrated French Door Fridge With Door Dispenser?

Posted by thejusme (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 8, 13 at 0:14

Is there any model of refrigerator out there that is:

-Fully integrated
-Accepts overlay panels
-French door (freezer on bottom)
-Has water/ice dispenser in the door

I have found a few good options that fit the first three criteria, but haven't found any that also have a water/ice dispenser in the door. Maybe what I'm looking for can't be found because it just isn't a popular option to have an external dispenser since it would 'ruin' the aesthetics of having a fully integrated panel overlay refrigerator.

So, is there something out there I've missed? If not I may just back all the way down to a freestanding SS french door counter depth fridge since they're at least half the price and most have a water/ice dispenser in the door.


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RE: Integrated French Door Fridge With Door Dispenser?

No, one does not exist.


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RE: Integrated French Door Fridge With Door Dispenser?

Ok, that's what I thought. I'm pretty good at researching things and I didn't find anything that fit all the criteria. Not sure I am in love with the overlay look anyhow, at which point I'm not tied down to a fully integrated fridge, which opens up many more possibilities for just a SS french door fridge with a dispenser in the door.


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RE: Integrated French Door Fridge With Door Dispenser?

Overlay IS NOT the same thing as integrated !!! Integrated will be flush with your 24-25" deep cabinets and overlay will not be.

I think there are a couple of choices for a FDoor w/ ice in door if you just want to have 3/4" door panels on it. That is not the same thing as an integrated fridge though.


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