Question about Refrigerators
At present I cannot distinguish between the wailing and moaning sounds emanating from this poorly conceived, designed and executed appliance:.
Could it be:
A) a distressed humpback whale in my kitchen signaling its calf
B) a cat trapped behind the fridge for extended periods of time day & night
C) my own discouragement made audible upon sight or suggestion of this four-year old testament to caveat emptor.
Why is the model so inept? If I were to go to the bank withdraw a couple thousand dollars and throw them into the air it would feel better than approaching this behemoth when it's callling. Yes, it sounds more like a whale call. I could put it on the middle of I-40 with a sign saying "FREE~ FOR SCRAP METAL."
I can't give this refridgerator away and certainly wouldn't sell it to anyone I now... how could GE sell this thing. I've checked the recall lists it's a no show and yet there is a whole group of people with the same problem and some worse associated with this model and company.
What can I do? If I removed the freon would GE dump it it the ocean to create barrier reefs. Can they take it away and hand me half the cash back? Please advise,
Your post was the most entertaining I've ever read. However, you didn't include much information. I can only assume the noise is coming from the compressor, that or it is possessed by a demon. Then you need to call a priest, which is another web site. If you can elaborate on the situation, I may be able to help. If it is any consolation, I feel your frustration. Recently I found out my Hewlett-Packard 4 in 1; printer, scanner, fax, copier, was actually a 5 in one. It could fly. Unfortunately, it could not maneuver that well because a tree got in its way and busted it all to hell!!
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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