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Panel installation Are there any directions/ideas for panel installation on the refrigerator? Also, is it possible to put on standard panels and if so where can I get them?

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Jenn Air has panel frame kits which you should be able to track down fairly easily. If that doesn't work, depending on how skilled and ambitious you are, there isn't a lot of rocket science to a frame kit. You might consider another manufacturer's frame kit, even if you have to cut it down (as I said, depends on how ambitious & skilled you are). The frame kits usually just have screws that attach to the sides of the doors. Most of those frames allow for about a 1/4" slide in material. You can either build finished panels that slide right in, or make up a panel that attaches to the 1/4" material, so that it overlaps & completely covers the frame material.  If that is all too complicated for you, contact your friendly neighborhood cabinet shop. A custom shop should do those things all the time. Hope this helps.

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