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Ever notice how often designers and architects either fail to include the refrigerator in kitchen plans, or draw the front of it flush with the front of the cabinets? As we know all too well, a freestanding refrigerator can measure as much as 32-1/2 inches deep including handles – one-third deeper than the base cabinets beside it. And this doesn't take into account that you won't be able to push the refrigerator tight against the rear wall. In most cases, customers have been forced to live with the fact that their refrigerator will stick out into the kitchen. Until recently, there were only two ways around the refrigerator depth problem: designing around it, or purchasing a "Sub-Zero," which