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What are standard-sized refrigerator dimensions?

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A standard side-by-side refrigerator measures between 30 and 36 inches in width, 67 and 70 inches in height, and 29 to 35 inches in depth. Standard top-mount refrigerator/freezer units range from 23 to 36 inches wide, 65 to 69 inches high, and 24 to 33 inches deep.

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Additionally, as of 2015, standard top-mount refrigerators usually have an interior volume of between 10 and 25 cubic feet with the most units having between 7.5 and 18 cubic feet in just the refrigerator part. Side-by-side refrigerators have total volume ranges from 22.5 to 31 cubic feet, with 14.5 to 20 cubic feet being the refrigerator side of the units.

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