11-22-2008 09:57 AM
11-22-2008 11:29 PM
12-01-2008 06:37 PM
Well it seems that most of the fridge's are made by like three manufacturers(Whirlpool, GE, Electrolux)....
I personally just purchased brand new applicances after my kitchen flooded-after some research I opted on Frigidaire(which is owned by Electrolux)
And love them!
The Fridge is a Side-by-Side and is HUGE(27cu.ft) and has the ice maker thing....love it!
Just go and try some out, the GE Profiles are nice but pricey. I have heard to stay away from LG(look good, but operate poorly).
01-02-2009 11:15 AM
My appliances were made by whirlpool, after 3-4 years of using them they started to fall apart, first the washer, then dryer, then fridge, then microwave, and recently the dishwasher. I did fix them all, except for the microwave which i've replaced with GE and has been running great. You get the idea.
Being said that, my appliances were 4 years old..i dont know the quality of their product now.
01-12-2009 11:34 AM
I recommended Kitchenaid...but don't buy it at best buy.
Purchase a home warranty that warranties all of your appliances in your home plue electrical...etc.
I did this 2 years ago.
Since Washer and Dryers are Notorious for breaking down...always purchase an extended service plan...except if you purchase one at best buy...
read this forum and you can see what you are in for.
Still on hold...with Geek Squad...amazing how much one can write while on hold....2 minutest please.....
05-08-2009 01:56 PM
I must strongly advise against buying an LG or any of the equivalent refrigerators sold under other
We have owned an LG French Door model LFD22860SW since November 2006, and it has had
numerous problems with ice forming around a fan, leading to fan failure, error indications, and food
spoilage. This is a design problem and is not resolvable under warranty service. It is discussed
extensively on the Internet, for example, at http://www.fixya.com/support/t121701-error_code_er
Beyond the problem with this series of refrigerators, the service from Geek Squad has been
highly unreliable, with calls cancelled without notification or explanation, incorrect parts ordered,
etc. This topic is also widely discussed on the internet.
05-14-2009 06:41 PM
05-17-2009 12:41 PM
I'm wondering whether the previous reply was a troll, because people who are sufficiently educated to use a computer usually know that you don't ask your barber if you need a haircut. Or, put another way:
Q: How do you know when a salesman is lying?
A: His lips are moving.
Maybe you meant ask another customer in the major appliances department?