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Appliances Connection [appliancesconnection.com] has a Whirlpool WRF535SWHZ36 Inch Freestanding French Door Refrigerator with 25.19 cu. ft. Total Capacity, 5 Glass Shelves, 7.44 Inch Freezer Capacity, Internal Water Dispenser, Crisper Drawer, Adaptive Defrost, Energy Star Certified, Ice Maker, Energy Star, Accu-Chill in Stainless Steel​ on sale for $1379 (After $50 Mail-In Rebate; Price in Cart) + Free Shipping
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As someone who worked at WHP, don't do it. Refrigeration and Cooking are the two worst products from the company now. FPY is down to lows 40's and field issues at are 60%+. The Mfg plant is the worst managed of all others and it's currently one of the ones being "fixed".

Choose a different brand, don't trust luck on this one.
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I actually just bought this fridge in November for $1100. So far I haven't had any issues.
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As someone who worked at WHP, don't do it. Refrigeration and Cooking are the two worst products from the company now. FPY is down to lows 40's and field issues at are 60%+. The Mfg plant is the worst managed of all others and it's currently one of the ones being "fixed".

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What about the low profile microwaves? Do you know anything about those?
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What about the low profile microwaves? Do you know anything about those?
Microwaves are OK, ovens is a no go. I.e. We don't even have requirements for temp range nor can we accurately measure them. Most projects are so bad they are stuck in dev for years.
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As someone who worked at WHP, don't do it. Refrigeration and Cooking are the two worst products from the company now. FPY is down to lows 40's and field issues at are 60%+. The Mfg plant is the worst managed of all others and it's currently one of the ones being "fixed".

Choose a different brand, don't trust luck on this one.
Which company for refrigeration then? We know lg and samsung the worst for refrigeration.
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Is Maytag ok, or same issues since it's a subsidiary of whirlpool?
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Quote from Meribela_S
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As someone who worked at WHP, don't do it. Refrigeration and Cooking are the two worst products from the company now. FPY is down to lows 40's and field issues at are 60%+. The Mfg plant is the worst managed of all others and it's currently one of the ones being "fixed".

Choose a different brand, don't trust luck on this one.
So what's the best choice then? Everyone else says to definitely avoid Samsung and LG, and others like Maytag are a subsidiary of Whirlpool, and no recommendations on Kenmore.

GE then I guess?
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So what's the best choice then? Everyone else says to definitely avoid Samsung and LG, and others like Maytag are a subsidiary of Whirlpool, and no recommendations on Kenmore.

GE then I guess?
Yeah, I'd love some guidance too. I know the hate for Samsung and LG in terms of reliability. I was looking at KitchenAid and GE to replace everything in the kitchen, then realized KitchenAid is Whirlpool too.
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I have had the previous version (WRF535SMBM) for the last 3 years and it works fine. When I was doing research, this particular model was very well regarded.
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So what's the best choice then? Everyone else says to definitely avoid Samsung and LG, and others like Maytag are a subsidiary of Whirlpool, and no recommendations on Kenmore.

GE then I guess?
This model will be fine. It's one of their older more basic models. Not much can go wrong.
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I've had an LG and it was the worst. Their warranty was nonexistent and I'll never buy an LG again. Can't speak about Samsung, but wary. I kinda feel like if your primary products are TVs and phones then that's what you should stick with, but probably my judgment is clouded by the awful LG fridge experience. For what its worth i have this Whirlpool model below and I like it. I got it a year or two ago on sale via their inside pass program and it has performed well so far. I paid ~1,600, and inside pass has it for just over 1,700 right now. I know plenty of Whirlpool owners who have had no issues, and that's why I went with them.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/whir...gLX4vD_BwE
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I don't know about Samsung and LG and can only share what is happening at WHP. Here are some guidelines,

1. Refrigeration and Ovens are by far the worst products with very high failure rates. It will take years to clean this mess up because the Mfg plant Amana is so fcked up in its management that it's not even funny.

2. Aim for the basic models. WHP suck at high tech. We can't do IoT right, it's a huge mess right now. The Android/IoS app was a mess and still is. How can I attest to this? It was I that pulled the stop on IoT development until Marketing and Senior managers provided us (Engineers) with requirements to work off of. Our test plan had 5 test cases...WTF! We still don't have very good requirements to this day (Voice of customer/safety/mfg, etc).

3. The other platforms are good, especially small appliances. Just be wary of Refrigeration and Ovens/Cooktop. As I mentioned before, we have no define tolerance for temperature variance so it can swing from 5 to fcking 60 for all you know. It's so fcked up.
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I've had an LG and it was the worst. Their warranty was nonexistent and I'll never buy an LG again. Can't speak about Samsung, but wary. I kinda feel like if your primary products are TVs and phones then that's what you should stick with, but probably my judgment is clouded by the awful LG fridge experience. For what its worth i have this Whirlpool model below and I like it. I got it a year or two ago on sale via their inside pass program and it has performed well so far. I paid ~1,600, and inside pass has it for just over 1,700 right now. I know plenty of Whirlpool owners who have had no issues, and that's why I went with them.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/whir...gLX4vD_BwE [bestbuy.com]
Is Inside Pass only for employees?​
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No, as per someone's advice on this board, I googled invitation codes and found one
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