WhirlpoolRefrigerator

B Oct 22, 2020 Review updated:

Purchased a Whirlpool Gold Series French door refrigerator in 2016. Model WRF757SDEM01. Within 2 yrs after purchase the refrigerator stopped cooling and food spoiled. Repairman came out and replaced sensor because ice was not defrosting. 2016 the same problem ice buildup and fridge not cooling. Repairman said the part was not bad but the design of the fridge was bad. He repositioned the sensor and it started cooling again although not that well. A few weeks later the icemaker stopped making ice and food in the freezer was melting. Placed a thermometer in the fridge and freezer and both registered at 43 degrees. Called repairman again and he said that sound like another problem but never came out. Called another repairman and he said that it was a possible sealed system problem but no parts are available to repair it until the second week of November. I'm finding that this is common with Whirlpool and other fridges. My wife has been calling Whirlpool and sending emails, but they have yet to respond. What good is a fridge if the compressor is defective?

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    Maytag admin Oct 29, 2020
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    Hey, we value your time and would like to look into the concerns with your Refrigerator. Please reach out to us directly via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/whirlpoolusa or Twitter @WhirlpoolCare. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

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