I wonder when something too thin falls off through the crack in the self. They bring the shelf out, stop, and then put a bit of a "fence" sticking out from it. This leaves a space and things slip through if they are too thin.
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Thank you Tim. I will check to see whether I can snap the size of mine too. I did not know that.
So does mine. I was not clear in my question because I meant in the door. My apologies.
My fridge has solid plastic modular shelves in the door, built in one solid piece. They can be moved around with the contents safe inside. I think you just have to look before you buy your next fridge.
Unfortunately it came with the house which is a rental. I believe that it is a moderately old fridge. The space bars slip on/off but only in one spot. I did notice that the top shelf has a smaller 'gap' than the other two.
I have glass shelves internally. I apologize for not being clear in the question for I meant in the door.
Ha, even in the UK crack means space. Guess you could have edited this question! I, think you can. I can only assume that a man invented your shelves:)
I simply wanted to make sure that any others answering understood the question since I did not write clear enough.