How Do GE Refrigerator Dimensions Translate to Capacity?

How Do GE Refrigerator Dimensions Translate to Capacity?

The relationship between dimensions and capacity for GE refrigerators vary slightly by style and can be found in the specifications. For example, the dimensions for a refrigerator with a capacity of 14.6 cubic feet are 61.75 inches in height, 28 inches in width and 29.5 inches in depth.

A side-by-side style refrigerator a 69.25 inch height, 35.75 inch width and a 29.75 inch depth has a capacity of 23.3 cubic feet, while a slightly different model with the same capacity has a depth of 28.75 inches. The same style refrigerator with a capacity of 25.4 cubic feet has dimensions of 69.5 inches by 35.75 inches by 34.75 inches. A general explanation of the relationship between dimensions and capacity is available from Sears.