Product is out of stock
Add To Cart
Want It
Have It
Add To Catalog
Whirlpool 25.4 cu. ft. Side-By-Side Refrigerator w/ Water Filtration
Related images:

Whirlpool 25.4 cu. ft. Side-By-Side Refrigerator w/ Water Filtration

Item# 022W002090045000P | Model# ED5LHAXWS | Added on March 12, 2012
(0 Ratings) Join or Sign In to rate this
Out of stock
Earn 13,300 points on this item (?)
Description Specifications
ENERGY STAR® qualified appliance.

  • Find your food quickly - A humidity-controlled crisper, a convertible meat/vegetable drawer, and a snack pan keep groceries organized
  • More freezer space - The In-Door-Ice® Ice Dispensing System moves the ice dispenser to the freezer door to free up shelf space for your frozen foods
  • Free up interior shelf space - Gallon door bins provide a smart solution for large containers
  • Save on your energy bills - This ENERGY STAR® qualified appliance uses up to 20% less energy than refrigerators without the ENERGY STAR® rating
  • Help the environment - With the exterior ice/water dispenser, you can say good-bye to plastic water bottles and hello to a continuous supply of clean, fresh-tasting water filtered by the PUR® system
  • Save energy with adaptive defrost - This feature runs the defrost cycle only when needed instead of at set intervals, giving you improved food preservation and energy savings
  • Clean up spilled liquids easily - SpillGuard™ glass shelves help confine spilled liquids to a single shelf
  • Easy-to-use controls - The backlit slide control panel allows you to quickly adjust the temperature settings in the refrigerator and freezer
This product is:
Energy Guide Rated
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)
Ratings & Reviews
Questions & Answers
47K members
Follow this product’s
Alexis WilliamsMeir EErin WalshLupe GomezAllan BrooksBarbara McCauleyAngela KinderKEVIN MCDONALDPATTY JOHNSONlankford leeJAN MEEK
44K members
Follow this product’s
Shachar ZehaviJJJanis Darginsky scott dginger durbinGary Lee GibbsBrian J. MurrayRENA CAPARIDASheila DaltonTodd HebertCassandra Smith
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
Want to know something? Ask a question