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samsung versus whirlpool versus GE

Posted by languages1 ( on
Sun, May 11, 14 at 12:28

I am looking to buy a new refrigerator and want french door. I have been looking at above models and wanted feedback.


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RE: samsung versus whirlpool versus GE

I see that you just joined today. We all get hit with information overload and find appliance choices overwhelming, confusing and, yes, eventually annoying. There can be a lot of help here, but let me suggest some tips on getting better information here.

It helps if you post the specific model numbers in which you are interested. For example, you do know that Whirlpool markets its fridges under its own name, Whirlpool Gold, Kitchenaid, JennAir, Maytag and Amana? You know that all of them are made on the same production line in Amana, Iowa? Also, did you realize that GE, Samsung and Whirlpool have several dozen models of FD fridges between them, all in different sizes and configurations? Samsung, for example, has one model with a 32 cut. ft. capacity, if you need to something that big but which you won't care about if you don't want to spend $3k on a fridge.

Also, when there have been recent threads discussing your candidate models, it helps if you mention them and the questions or concerns that weren't answered for you. Have you seen this thread, for example, which has a lot of information and long term usage reports about 22 cu. ft. FD and other bottom freezer models from the Whirlpool corporate family with some commentary about Samsung (all of which are models currently being sold, btw)?

If you've tried the gardenweb search engine and are having trouble finding what you need, try going out to Google/Bing/Ask etc. and include "gardenweb" in the search string -- viz. gardenweb + samsung + refrigerator + french door.

This post was edited by JWVideo on Sun, May 11, 14 at 14:25

RE: samsung versus whirlpool versus GE

Whirlpool or GE new generation.

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