Sleek and Smart Storage
Love the black stainless color. Very happy with the outside pocket door. So nice to grab milk or juice quickly without having to find room inside main fridge. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Two years old and the compressor blow up and now they want me to wait three weeks for a part. I've just been moved back to the middle ages.
This might be the quietest refrigerator I’ve ever owned. The freezer keeps things so cold I never have soft mushy ice cream. Wonderful purchase.
This expensive refrigerator has had nothing but problems since the control board failed a few years after purchase. Then the compressor needed repair, then another control board failure, and now the fan is not working. There has been ice build up in the refrigerator from the cooling air coming from the freezer, causing additional problems. I would not recommend this product.
Shame on you Sears, for continuing to sell this known defective appliance, of course it is to your advantage to keep your service techs busy, replacing defective compressors with new defective compressors, and taking advantage of the fact that there is no lemon law for appliances. There are multiple class action suits filed against LG for selling these known defective refrigerators. We now have a $3000.00 brick in our kitchen while we live out of a 15 year old mini-fridge in our garage. Bravo !
We have been using this for a month now and so far the door-in-door is the best feature. It is so convenient. The fridge is really deep and I think things can have the potential to get lost in the back. I added a lazy susan to help reach some of the things easier. The ice maker stopped working one day and I had to reset it by poking a small hole. I wish the stainless steel didn't show fingerprints so much. I bought a stainless steel cleaner and this seems to help a lot.
Purchased 3/14/2016. Began leaking water onto the kitchen floor 18 months later (past the 1-year warranty.) LG repair man said it was a bad door gasket and replaced the gasket. But turns out that was NOT the root cause. Now on 10/7/2019 it is leaking water over the kitchen floor again. After doing a LOT of online research, have determined that it MAY be a design defect. Defrost cycle runs a lot and the melted frost (now liquid water) cannot drain down the little hose, because the hose gets plugged, this allowing the melted water to find its way to the kitchen floor. So WHY does the hose get plugged every so often? Is it too small? Is the defrost cycle too long or too short? How do we prevent this from happening every 15 to 18 months?