Frigidaire Compact Refrigerator - 3.3 Cu Ft

Set of dimensioned drawings showing variations of the single door Frigidaire Compact Refrigerator (3.3 Cu Ft)

The Frigidaire Compact Refrigerator (3.3 Cu Ft) is a small and convenient single-door refrigeration unit sized for saving space. Often popular in studio apartments, student dormitories, or as backup storage to a primary refrigerator, compact refrigerators can be placed in a variety of under-utilized spaces that including below countertops or tables. Because of their small size, mini-fridges are more affordable and energy efficient compared to larger full-sized units.

The Frigidaire Compact Refrigerator (3.3 Cu Ft) has an overall height of 33.375” (84.7 cm), width of 18.75” (47.6 cm), and depth of 17.5” (44.5 cm). When open, the depth of the Frigidaire Compact Refrigerator (3.3 Cu Ft) is 36.25” (92 cm).

What are the dimensions of a common compact refrigerators?
Compact refrigerators commonly have a width of 18 3/4” | 47.6 cm, height of 33 3/8” | 84.7 cm, and depth of 17 1/2” | 44.5 cm
How long do compact refrigerators last?
The lifespan of a compact refrigerators his typically between 4 to 12 years with an average of 8 years.
What is a compact refrigerator used for?
Compact refrigerators are great for space saving uses in small spaces such as dormitories, studio apartments, and as backup storage in ancillary spaces such as game rooms and garages.


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33.375” | 84.7 cm
18.75” | 47.6 cm
17.5” | 44.5 cm

Doors: 1
Depth (Swing): 36.25” | 92 cm



Drawings include:
Frigidaire Compact Refrigerators (3.3 Cu Ft) front elevation, side, plan

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Refrigerators, or fridges, are common household fixtures engineered to maintain internal temperatures below the temperature of the room through the use of thermal insulation and coolant systems. For food storage, low temperatures reduce the ability for bacteria to reproduce and slow spoiling.