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Two-Door Frost-Free Refrigerator-Freezer In 24" Footprint, With Single Combination Lock For Both Sections
SUMMIT's FF882LLF2W puts advanced frost-free technology in an apartment sized refrigerator-freezer.
At just 24 inches wide, the FF882LLF2W is perfect for homes with limited space but quality needs. A large 8.9 cu.ft. capacity holds items on adjustable shelves, with door racks providing more storage options in both sections. This model includes a combination lock (with key override) that secures both compartments.
Our frost-free system saves you the maintenance involved in manually defrosting your unit while keeping your food at ideal conditions. Other convenient features include reversible doors, interior lighting, and a fruit and vegetable crisper.
With its lean size and high capacity, the FF882LLF2W is one of our most popular refrigerator-freezer models, fully featured for easy use and carefully constructed for years of reliable service.
Limited space is no problem for our thin-line models, designed specifically for those hard-to-fit spots
No-frost convenience for reduced user maintenance
Combination lock with key override secures both sections
Rearrange refrigerator space to accommodate all sizes or remove shelves for simple cleanup
Store items right on the door for easy access
Full freezer shelf
Removable shelf for added convenience
Clear crisper drawer
Get the longest life and best taste out of produce by storing greens in a bottom crisper
Keep your options flexible with reversible doors that are easy to switch when your arrangement changes
Automatically illuminates when you open the door
100% CFC Free
Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals