Entire Electrolux Kitchen Broken Junk After 3 Months of Use
Bought my appliances in 1/10 on sale, store insisted on delivering in 8/10,I installed end of 5/11. French door refrigerator was installed in 8/10 and was replaced 4 times between 8/10 and 5/11. Same problem each time. Water leaking, ice maker not working properly, frost in freezer section, food in refrigerator freezing. Dishwasher leaked on my new hardwood floors for 4 months before G. E. extended warranty sent techs to fix it. Electrolux repair service told me nothing was wrong with it, next time told me they had to order a door seal, then told me for weeks the part was on back order. Same story for all parts for all appliances they were sent out to service. Induction cooktop worked sporadically for a couple months then went out completely. Electrolux service stated first time nothing was wrong, next time had to order parts and weeks of parts on backorder. Under counter fridge was freezing drinks, again Electrolux repair said they had to order parts, on backorder and I should not put the front panel on the bottom of fridge as it restricted air flow and was causing compressor to run too much. I told repair service I was feed up and was contacting an attorney, they then wrote "will no longer service due to customer talking to his lawyer" on my repair tickets and faxed them to me. 5 open repair tickets.
I contacted a chris polk at Electrolux, who ignored my first email, and then told me the repair service informed him there was nothing wrong with my appliances, and since I had contacted an attorney I needed to take any issues up with Electrolux legal dept. This is Electrolux idea of quality products and customer service? Within 1 week of Electrolux refusing to fix their products I called my G. E. extended warranty who has had A&E factory service to my home over 20 times in the past 6 weeks attempting to complete repairs and the parts from Electrolux are wrong, damaged, or defective each time. My home looks like an Electrolux parts warehouse.
Just this week my double wall oven will not turn off. Extended warranty is trying to fix that as well now. If you are not an attorney and do not have months to play with this company I would warn everyone to steer clear of this manufacturer. Anyone with questions is welcome to contact me and I will provide any proof they wish in the interest of helping others avoid the same scenario I have gone through. If you have been swindled by Electrolux the only way to cover your costs of attorney fees is to file it as consumer fraud, that way you at least have a chance of recovering attorney's fees.