Frigidaire Single Door Refrigerator - 19 Cu Ft

Drawings showing the dimensions of the Frigidaire Single Door Refrigerator (19 Cu Ft) on the side, front, and plan views

The Frigidaire Single Door Refrigerator (19 Cu Ft) is a common entry-level refrigeration unit designed with a single access door. Commonly selected for cost saving and space saving reasons, single door fridges are basic refrigerators without the attention grabbing features of more complex unit types. While they may have smaller footprint sizes, single door refrigerators often require addition clearance to provide the full range of motion to the single large door.

The Frigidaire Single Door Refrigerator (19 Cu Ft) has an overall height of 71.375” (181.3 cm), width of 32” (81.3 cm), and depth of 28.25” (71.8 cm). When open, the depth of the Frigidaire Single Door Refrigerator (19 Cu Ft) is 58.5” (148.6 cm).

What are the dimensions of a One Door Refrigerator?
One door refrigerators typically have a width of 32” | 81.3 cm, depth of 26 1/2” | 67.3 cm, and height of 71 3/8” | 181.3 cm.
How wide is a one door refrigerator?
One door refrigerators typically have an average width of 32” | 81.3 cm, and commonly range between from 30”-36” | 76.2-91.4 cm.
How long do one door refrigerators last?
One door refrigerators have the longest life expectancy of refrigerators at 19 years.

Details

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Height: 
71.375” | 181.3 cm
Width:
32” | 81.3 cm
Depth:
28.25” | 71.8 cm
Length:
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Weight:

Doors: 1
Depth (Unit): 26.5” | 67.3 cm
Depth (Swing): 58.5” | 148.6 cm

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Designer:
Frigidaire
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Frigidaire Single Door Refrigerator (19 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.