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Old Yesterday, 06:54 AM
 
Location: San Antonio/Houston/Tricity
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I have looked so much and having difficulty to find a fridge to fit my space, which is 66 inches in height and 33 inches in width. I found a Whirlpool to fit, but the shelves don't adjust. And the bottom freezer fridges have to be ordered online and they don't have an ice maker. My neighbor had to cut her top cabinet about 2 inches in order to get a French Fridge.

Any suggestions are appreciated.
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I have even gone to a specialty appliance store and they want close to $2,000 for a size that would fit in
It seem to me that $2000 fridge that would fullfill all you expectations isn't really that much money. Spend it and be happy. Or save couple of hundreds and be unhappy. Your choice.
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Old Yesterday, 07:03 AM
 
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It seem to me that $2000 fridge that would fullfill all you expectations isn't really that much money. Spend it and be happy. Or save couple of hundreds and be unhappy. Your choice.
My air conditioning is out and I am still getting estimates to replace
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Old Yesterday, 07:06 AM
 
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So, you have a solution.you just donít like the price.

Now, you have an excuse to remodel the kitchen.
I have already installed new tile, but not by choice. And they did not install it correctly
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Old Yesterday, 07:41 AM
 
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I have already installed new tile, but not by choice. And they did not install it correctly
Now you have TWO reasons to remodel the kitchen.
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Old Yesterday, 09:23 AM
 
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I have looked so much and having difficulty to find a fridge to fit my space, which is 66 inches in height and 33 inches in width. I found a Whirlpool to fit, but the shelves don't adjust. And the bottom freezer fridges have to be ordered online and they don't have an ice maker. My neighbor had to cut her top cabinet about 2 inches in order to get a French Fridge.

Any suggestions are appreciated.
This whirlpool bottom freezer might fit. Has an optional ice maker that you can order and have installed.

width: 30
height: 65.5

This is what I just got. It has adjustable shelves...1 is a split adjustable.
I got it when it was on sale..under $1000.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/Whirlpoo...WFBW/205084779
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Old Yesterday, 09:41 AM
 
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This whirlpool bottom freezer might fit. Has an optional ice maker that you can order and have installed.

width: 30
height: 65.5

This is what I just got. It has adjustable shelves...1 is a split adjustable.
I got it when it was on sale..under $1000.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/Whirlpoo...WFBW/205084779

Thank you. The guy at Lowe's showed this to me and told me it does not have an ice-maker.
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Old Yesterday, 09:43 AM
 
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Look for a counter depth refrigerator
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Old Yesterday, 10:30 AM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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It seems to me that you will not need the AC until next year at this point. I think I would concentrate on solving the fridge problem. You have a few options:

Get old fridge repaired, even though it is likely expensive

Buy fridge that fits, paying a premium price, and giving up automatic ice maker

Modify your kitchen and buy the fridge you want

So, which solution hurts the least? Which solution makes the most sense long term? Which solution can you afford?
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Old Yesterday, 10:55 AM
 
Location: Johns Creek, GA
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Thank you. The guy at Lowe's showed this to me and told me it does not have an ice-maker.

Well, that just goes to prove- do your due diligence. As clearly stated on the link, an ice maker can be added.
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Old Yesterday, 10:59 AM
 
Location: Johns Creek, GA
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Look for a counter depth refrigerator

Manufacturers that offer fridges in "counter depth" configurations are always taller than regular fridges to maintain the average cubic footage.

So, not exactly helping the op.
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