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LG FC21760ST Stainless Steel (20.7 cu. ft.) Bottom Freezer French Door Refrigerator

LG FC21760ST Stainless Steel (20.7 cu. ft.) Bottom Freezer French Door Refrigerator
alaAverage 2.5

4 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Do not buy any L.G. Refrigerator

 

I have had enless problems with L.G. motor problem, ice maker problems, mother board problems, inside light melting and now the molding is coming off around the door, this regrigerator is only 2 years old, aren't refrigerators suppost to last 30 years?...

NONE

the maker of this thing should be in prison. 

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Wish I had known

 

We've had the French Doors LG fridge for almost two years. We liked the style and thought it was reasonably priced. We had some concern about buying a Korean refigerator, both because quality of Korean products had been poor, and it seemed another nail...

Looks nice, French doors are handy

Cheap plastics inside, drawers don't stay on runners, door handle falls off, not durable

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Cautious Optimism - I do not like LG, but I like this Fridge

 

I own the LFC21760 french door, counter depth, stainless fridge with black sides and lower freezer compartment. The lower freezer compartment is basically a big tub that slides out with a shallow upper rack inside for holding a few things and the ice ...

Styling, lower freezer, french doors, energy efficiency, quiet operation

Previous bad experience with LG, but this fridge has worked well for 13 months.

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Surprisingly compact

 

We bought this refrigerator for our tiny kitchen, because of it's counter depth, and French doors. The doors are small, and it allows us to save space in the kitchen (comparing to one huge door). The refrigerator is not as deep as full-depth model, ...

Smart design. Very quiet.

Thin steel - try not to bump the doors into surrounding furniture

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