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What are the dimensions of a standard fridge?

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While there is no standard set of dimensions for refrigerators, different types have dimensions within particular ranges. For example, a bottom-freezer refrigerator, with the refrigerator compartment on top, stands 65 to 72 inches high, 29 to 37 inches wide and has a depth of 27 to 33 inches.

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What are the dimensions of a standard fridge?
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Top-freezer refrigerators stand between 65 and 68 inches high, 29 to 36 inches wide and have a depth between 31 and 33 inches. Side-by-side refrigerators generally feature the freezer on the left and the refrigerator on the right, and they stand 60 to 72 inches high, 31 to 37 inches wide and have a depth between 26 and 33 inches. French door refrigerators have a wide refrigerator on top with two doors, with a drawer freezer on the bottom. They stand 66 to 72 inches high, 29 to 38 inches wide and have a depth of 26 to 33 inches, as of 2015.

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