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I want to drill a hole in the side of my freezer for beer lines. where should i drill

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Hi,

Somewhere near the center of one of the sides is best.... but it can still be a guess and by golly deal....

Just keep the beer handy and if you hit a refrigerant line just down a few to make you feel better... :-)

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Posted on Nov 07, 2010

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