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24" Built-in Refrigerator with 2 Cantilever Glass Shelves, 1 Clear Crisper Drawer, Door Storage, Integrated Door Lock, White LED Lighting and Automatic Defrost
Marvel ma24ras2rb 24 Inch Built-in ADA Compliant Refrigerator
Experience the convenience of built-in compact refrigeration in your home. Designed to meet ADA height compliance, it fits under most standard counters. This unit features two adjustable glass shelves, a MaxStore utility drawer, and two door bins. Easily fit up to 118 12-oz cans, providing you with great storage opportunities. For your convenience, this refrigerator features interior LED lighting and a door lock to protect contents.
Marvel was founded in 1932, when the company began creating undercounter iceboxes. But as part of AGA Rangemaster, their history of creating premium appliances for the home dates back to 1709 and the start of the Industrial Revolution in our Coalbrookdale UK foundry. From the development of cast iron cookware, to the creation of the original AGA Cooker, to today's full line of premium refrigeration and cooking products, ours is a story of innovation and manufacturing excellence.
Dynamic Cooling Technology
Delivers rapid cooldown and the industry's best temperature stability
Marvel Intuit Integrated Controls
Ensures precise temperature management from 34°F to 42°F
MaxStore Utility Drawer
Provides maximum volume to effectively store large, bulky or loose items
Tall Item Storage
Half-width interior shelf and extra door storage allows for high-clearance vertical storage
Close Door Assist System
Gently and automatically closes door
Audible and visual alarms signal when door is left ajar to protect food integrity and energy use