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# How do you figure cubic feet for a refrigerator?

###### Wiki User

###### August 15, 2009 3:59AM

I need to find out the cubic ft of a refrigerator it is 28 1/4 wide, 28 1/2 deep and 66 high 30.8 cubic feet

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###### Asked in Home Appliances, Refrigerators

### How many cubic feet is the Kenmore refrigerator model 363 9642814?

The third digit after the period in the model number designates
the cubic feet of a refrigerator. Your third digit is a 4 which
designates a 14 or 24 cubic feet. Since Sears didn't make a 14
cubic feet side by side refrigerator, your refrigerator has to be a
24 cubic feet box.
Your refrigerator is 24 cubic feet.
OR...
Empty your refrigerator of all the items inside. Take out the
food, remove drawers and shelves.Step 2
Refer to the image below. Measure the height, width and depth of
the refrigerator's interior. Do the measurements in inches, and
write down each measurement as you go along.Step 3
Now multiply those measurements together as such: H (height) x W
(width) x D (depth). For example, if your measurements were:Height
= 48 inchesWidth = 36 inchesDepth = 12 inchesYour equation would be
48 x 36 x 12 = 20,736Step 4
This is the internal capacity of your refrigerator, but
remember, we measured in inches. In our example, we've come up with
a figure of 20,736 cubic inches. We need to change that to cubic
feet. Simply divide the figure you came up with by 1,728--this
converts cubic inches into cubic feet. In the case of our example,
we come up with:20,736 /1,736 = 12The answer for our example is 12
cubic feet.Step 5
Use your figures and do the math.

###### Asked in Home Improvement, Volume, Refrigerators

### How can you calculate the cubic feet of refrigerator?

Basic knowledge ! Length times Width times Height
In your case (a fridge)...assuming you want to find how many
cubic feet the inside (storage) has, ....inside depth times inside
width times inside height. This in case you want to find the
interior cubic feet. I hope you can figure out how to find out the
cubic feet of the whole thing, if that's what you need.