|Item Weight||260 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||33.4 x 32.6 x 68.5 inches|
|Item model number||GB2FHDXWQ|
Whirlpool GB2FHDXWQ Gold 21.9 Cu. Ft. White Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - Energy Star
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Whirlpool Gold ® 22 cu. ft. Resource Saver Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Do even more for the planet: This 22 cu. ft. Resource Saver bottom freezer refrigerator uses less energy each year than a 60-watt light bulb running continuously for one year, exceeding federal minimum energy standards by 30 percent. Plus, it keeps you organized, with generous slide-out storage baskets in the drawer style freezerdoor. And you don't have give up any conveniences: Enabled by 6th Sense technology, the Accu-Chill temperature management system provides accurate temperature control, while the Adaptive Defrost System cuts down on defrosting, saving energy and helping to preserve food more efficiently. It's time for your refrigerator to be as efficient as you are.Model Number Variations
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Top customer reviews
I took the refrigerator apart, removed all the ice and cleaned the drain, and am waiting to see if the problem reappears. If it does, it is either a defective defrost control or a bad fan. Either one of these will cost you $300 to get a service tech to repair it in your home.
For a DIYer, to remove an ice blockage, you have to remove the bottom door, drawers and part of the drawer tracks, as well as the ice maker to get the back panel out in the freezer. Then, to ensure you have gotten all the ice out, you have to remove the panel on the back of the refrigerator and inspect the drain all the way to the evaporator tray, which is hidden behind the back panel. This took me about 3 hours.
I wrote a bad review on Whirlpool's website, where I found several similar complaints about the freeze-up problem, and was contacted by a customer relations person via email. She demanded my name, address, phone number, and the serial number of my refrigerator. Then, by return email she said they have no service bulletins indicating that this is a problem with their refrigerators. Then she volunteered to sell me a service contract. She also said they do not have any service technicians available to talk to customers.
Then, Whirlpool REMOVED MY BAD REVIEW FROM THEIR WEBSITE!
Actually, we like the refrigerator and I would have given it a higher rating if it went problem free for 4 or 5 years, AND if Whirlpool was helpful. Neither happened so I would recommend that you find a company with a better record.
Whirlpool's Customer Experience Center has been emailed and contacted also by phone. Their rep "Terry" in Cleveland Tenn was very polite but said "youre out of warranty" and got a supervisor to speak with me. The supervisor "Joetta" commented that I was "Well out of the warranty period" at 3 months and 3 weeks and offered to fix my appliance along with a years extended warranty for $319.99. After a little better than a year I regret buying this refrigerator and regret that I chose Whirlpool.
The freezer seems smaller than a traditional freezer, but the drawer feature and the divider does help with organization. The only real problem is it doesn't fit a large frozen pizza real well.
The biggest problem with this fridge is the door doesn't shut well. Even if you push it shut you really need to push it hard and make sure it shuts. I have found it slightly ajar more than once, and we are a family with teens who certainly know how to slam shut a fridge. I wish it had a door alarm to alert you when it's open. It's the only thing that we don't like about this fridge.
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