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Beer tap I want to drill a hole in the side of my frigidaire refrigerator for a beer tap. I want to drill it on the left side as you are looking at the door. It's a standard freezer on top smaller fridge. Will I be in danger of hurting anything vital.

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Good day,
If it has the condensor coil mounted on the back of the machine.
(black coil) then yes, VERY DANGEROUS. Refrigeration lines run at an angle from the bottom back of the machine at an angle and terminate at the bottom of the freezer door.
This applies to both sides. Hit one of those and your finished.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

Testimonial: "Thanks for the warning. Is their a way to still do it without hitting the lines? Is it just one line running up and the rest of the side is clear?"

  • John Hall Jul 21, 2010

    Possibly two thirds the way back and as high as possible. It is a single tube that runs from the top front where the freezer meets the fresh food compartment to the bottom rear.

    Frankly, I never cut one open, but that's where it starts and stops.

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