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Need help to find least tallest 36" wide fridge - cutout only 68.

Posted by destruct05 (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 19, 12 at 10:50

I have a 36W opening. Unfortunately, I have only about 68.25" in height. I probably could trim the cabinet a bit.
I am having a hard time to find a fridge that (almost) fits.
Does anyone know the least tallest 36W fridges?


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RE: Need help to find least tallest 36" wide fridge - cutout only

AJ Madison's website has a handy tool for searching by dimensions. Look in the middle of the page to the right.

Here is a link that might be useful: AJ Madison refrigerator search tool


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RE: Need help to find least tallest 36" wide fridge - cutout only

LG or Frigidare might work


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RE: Need help to find least tallest 36" wide fridge - cutout only

I would have to measure for sure - but our Elux was one of the few that would fit in our old hole
How deep are the above fridge cabinets?


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