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How do GE refrigerator dimensions translate to capacity?

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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.

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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.

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