Stainless Steel 20.9 cu. ft. Built-In Refrigerator
Give your home the refrigerator it deserves with this large capacity panel ready refrigerator from KitchenAid. With built-in installation this refrigerator becomes a fully-integrated part of your kitchen. Factory-installed ice maker ensures you'll never run out of ice and the Preserva Food Care System reduces refrigerator odor while keeping produce fresher longer. With interior LED lighting in both the refrigerator and freezer compartments your food is illuminated and easy to see and since this model is Energy Star qualified it saves you energy and money as well.
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Preserva Food Care System
Provides two independent cooling thanks to sequential dual evaporators that preserve humidity in the refrigerator and help keep foods fresh.
FreshFlow air filter helps minimize refrigerator odors while the Produce Preserver helps delay over-ripening
Automatic Ice Maker
Included ice maker ensures that you have a constant supply of ice for entertaining
SatinGlide System with Soft Close
Uses space-efficient, under-mounted pans with rollers and glides as well as a soft-close mechanism for satisfyingly smooth operation
LED lights provide a brightly lit interior to easily view all of your fresh food while using less energy and producing less heat than traditional incandescent lighting
Make it easy to precisely adjust the temperature of both the refrigerator and freezer as well as allow the selection of one of four temperature levels for the pantry drawer
Adjustable Spill Resistant Glass Shelves
Glass shelves feature raised edges that help prevent spills from spreading throughout the refrigerator and provide added visibility
Energy Star Qualified
This unit conserves energy by exceeding minimum federal energy efficiency requirements