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I posted this in the theater accessories forum but didn't get a response to wanted to try here too...

I am looking for an under counter refrigerator for my home theater. Attached is a floor plan, down at the bottom left of center you can see there is 1' 10" of available space, although I do have flexibility of 6" or 7" either way since the cabinets are not yet installed. I have been looking at the Edge Star 80 can but the reviews are mixed, so welcome any input.



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post #2 of 4 Old 09-03-2012, 08:48 AM
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Get the one Costco sells, save the receipt as they have an insane return policy. Consider installing a remote switch if you want to keep it quiet during a movie.


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I got the Danby 4.4 cu. ft. refrigerator only (no freezer). Model DAR440BL. Have had it in my bar for about a year now. Pretty quiet, works great, and no freezer to screw around with. Added bonus, there are plans on the web to convert it to a kegerator (future DIY project for me) biggrin.gif

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I am currently using this refrigerator in a dorm room. I like it since it has a separate freezer.

I got it at BJ's (no Costco where I live). I got it on sale for $120.

http://www.bjs.com/haier-33-cu-ft-compact-refrigeratorfreezer---virtual-steel.product.164437?dimId=


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