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This appears to have been sourced from A. B. Electrolux (Frigidaire) but Sears does not supply a capacity. The outside dimensions can help determine the capacity as most 18 cu. ft. units will be approx. 66" high while 21 cu. ft. models will be 68" high (or higher.)
Isn't it better that the designer of your kitchen takes a first hand measurement of the fridge so that the tolerance is given on the sides so as to accommodate for the heat exchange, waste water tray removal and the electrical connections.
I would like to recommend that the tolerance must be good enough according to the temperature of your place.
I had a Kenmore fridge - about 20 years old when I replaced it this year. It used to do the exact same thing especially in warm/hot weather. What it is is the water from the freezer defrosting. There should be something on the back near the top, inside the fridge sticking out - a tiny little tray sticking out and it may also be part of supporting one of the shelves, I can't remember. Anyways, water from the defrost pools in there and is supposed to evaporate, but it gets clogged with gunk and the water spills out and runs down the back of the fridge down to the bottom. Get a pipe cleaner or something and poke it into this hole and clean out the pipe to the hole isn't blocked. This is all inside the fridge, not outside, on the back panel outside. That's the best I can do to describe the solution - it's an easy fix you can do yourself. Good luck!
you might want to try and clean the condensing coils on the outside of the unit, located either behind or underneth, this will really hinder performance. Also there is a fan located near the compressor on some models, make sure this is working. And check the fans on the inside (good air flow).