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Need help quickly!

Posted by mjtx2 (My Page) on
Fri, May 11, 12 at 6:35

Posting this in two forums for hopefully quick responses ;)

Help - have to decide by 11 a.m. central today! ;)
I'm getting Sears' counter-depth refridgerator and freezer but they're separate units (about 18 cu ft each). Usually they're put side by side for a built-in look, but they always show them with a trim kit that makes them look built in.

I don't particularly want the trim kit but will it look funny without it?

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_04604793000P?

I've got to know this morning because I'm doing final kitchen cabinet planning and they'll want an exact measurement.

Does it look okay without the trim kit?


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RE: Need help quickly!

That's basically the same set up I have, but mine didn't come with the option of the trim kit. I would definitely get the kit if you are setting the units into a cabinet. It will look better and aid air flow.


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RE: Need help quickly!

I know I'm too late for your answer, but I agree with marti8a re: airflow.

Just wanted to say I was at a party last Saturday and they had this fridge/freezer set up. It looks great and I had "size envy". Congrats I think you'll really like these.


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RE: Need help quickly!

Thanks to both of you for your replies! I'm getting the trim kit.


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