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Help finding a smaller size refrigerator

Posted by wldb (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 20, 12 at 19:06

I am having a terrible time finding a replacement for my dying GE Profile that is over 10 years old. The previous owner of my town house built the unit in so tightly that I have no extra clearance. To make matters worse I cannot go beyond a certain depth because its nestled in a corner and won't open otherwise. I cannot go past a 66" case height.

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Short of rebuilding the cabinets I am not sure what else to do!

Here are the current dimensions for what is there right now.

GE Profile� 17.6 Cu. Ft. Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator with Freezer Compartment Drawer
TCS18PADLBS

APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS (HxWxD)
66 1/4 in x 31 in x 29 1/8 in CASE HEIGHT = 65 3/4 inches

TOTAL CAPACITY
17.6 cu ft


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RE: Help finding a smaller size refrigerator

Go to AJMadison website and plug in the dimensions you need, it'll give you a list of what fits.


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