U-Line 2115RS00

2115RS 15" Undercounter All Refrigerator with 3.3 Cu. Ft. Capacity, Energy Star Qualified & Automatic Defrost: Stainless Steel Right Hinge

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U-Line 2115RS00
2115RS 15" Undercounter All Refrigerator with 3.3 Cu. Ft. Capacity, Energy Star Qualified & Automatic Defrost: Stainless Steel Right Hinge
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  • Color: Stainless Steel
  • Energy Star: Yes
  • Type: Built In
  • Style: All Refrigerator
  • Width: 14.9375"
  • Height: 34.125"
  • Depth: 25.6875"

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"Enhance your lifestyle with extra storage anywhere." Echelon Refrigerators are the ultimate in convenience.

Description:

"Enhance your lifestyle with extra storage anywhere."

Echelon Refrigerators are the ultimate in convenience. Place a refrigerator wherever you need one: next to a food prep area, complementing the kids zone, in the bar - even in your bathroom to keep cosmetics cool or in a home gym for workout refreshments.

The 2115R features fully encapsulated, contoured glass shelves that contain spills and a clear removable crisper drawer that optimizes product storage.

Features:

Automatic defrost.
Refrigeration capacity - 3.3 cubic feet
Touch Control Digital Technology makes setting and seeing temperature easy.
Contoured, adjustable in-door storage shelves accommodate larger containers.
Quiet operation.
ENERGY STAR qualified.
Sabbath mode.
Full overlay capable with optional overlay kit.
3 adjustable spill proof shelves.
Field reversible doors on black & white models accept 1/4" custom panels.

Specifications:


Dimensions & Weight
Height: 34 1/8"
Width: 14 15/16"
Depth w/ Door: 25 11/16"
Depth w/o Door: 21"
Grille Height: 3 3/8"
Approximate Shipping Weight: 96 lbs.
Electrical Specs
Run Amps: 2.4
Max Start Amps: 9.8
Electrical Requirements: 110/115 Volts 60 Hz
Features & Specifications
Accepts 1/4" Insert Door Panel: Yes
Accepts 3/4" Overlay Door Panel/Frame: Requires separate purchase of a kit - UOL2115, specify black or white
Field Reversible Door: Yes (excluding Stainless Models)
No Drain Required: Yes
Refrigeration Capacity: 3.3 cu. ft.
Defrost Technology: Automatic
Touch Control Digital Technology: Yes (Displays both Fahrenheit & Celsius)
In-Door Storage: Yes
Number of Shelves: 3
Interior Light: Yes
Audible Door Open Alarm: Yes
Self-Closing Door Mechanism: Yes
Sabbath or "Black Out" Feature: Yes
Leveling Legs: Yes
ENERGY STAR Qualified: Yes
Outdoor Use: Yes

U-Line 2115RS00 Reviews & Ratings



Cathryne Odom's U-Line 2115RS00 Review from Marietta, GA: - November 18, 2011
Very attractive product. No problems so far.

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U-Line 2115RS00 Reviews & Ratings



Cathryne Odom's U-Line 2115RS00 Review from Marietta, GA: - November 18, 2011
Very attractive product. No problems so far.
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