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Just in case... current fridge brand that sucks least?


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#1 sirwired

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Posted 03 November 2008 - 07:24 AM

Just in case the kind help I am receiving here: http://applianceguru...rum1/18086.html doesn't fix my fridge (at this time, I am suspecting slow sealed-system death), I am looking for advice on which current fridge brand sucketh least.

Already learned in the most basic secrets of Appliantology masters, I know that anything made by those accursed villans of appliance design, GE, are to be avoided.  Likewise to be shunned are any refrigerators that are so pricey, you are married to it.

That leaves Whirlpool, Frigidaire, and... anybody else (LG, Samsung, Bosch)?  Of the non-GE or $$$$ brands, which is both not overpriced, fairly reliable, and fairly easy to service?

I am looking at another SxS fridge.  I have yet to figure out what the big deal with those new "French Door" units is, and I have gotten kind of used to having a ice and water dispenser.

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#2 tridom

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Posted 03 November 2008 - 08:03 AM

Can't help you a lot, but I've also come to the conclusion that GE is not the way to go.  Seems to be very cheaply built and too many people having problems with them.

Wouldn't go with Maytag for anything anymore either for that matter.

Agree- water and cubed and crushed ice dispenser is a MUST.

Dunno- does Peterbilt make a household fridge?  :groucho:   :D

 

 





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