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I have a Samsung RB215LASH refigerator/freezer that I want to use as a Keg Beer dispenser I know I can drill a hole through the door but due to the area it is goin into I would like to drill a hole in either the side or the top so I can route the faucet and the CO2 canister outside of the refrigeratior is there a sfe spot to do this

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Apparently there is no solution, I have been told that it is not possible to drill through the side or the top of this model with out ruining it so I give up

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