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Unit is built into the wall and we want to use the same footprint if possible.

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Rick,
Getting an exact match might be hard. I would suggest starting with the same brand you have and go to their website and look at the specs page and that will show you what you would need to be looking for. The other option that I can think of is contacting a local appliance store in your area and give them the dimensions of what you are looking for and let them do the leg work and see what they can come up with for you.

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