I will never buy another Frigidaire product
In 2003 we purchased a Frigidaire side by side refrigerator from Lowe's for $1000. In the beginning everything seemed to be fine except for the strange noises which were to be expected according to the owner's manual. When we finally got around to hooking up the water line for the ice maker, the circuit panel died 24 hours later.
We were told by their authorized service place that the circuit board was defective. By the time we got the new one installed in the door, the refrigerator was now a year old. We then noticed that ice was forming around the inside of the door. Another service call determined that it had a warp door which at first Frigidaire would not honor because it was over a year old now. We had the door replaced, but Frigidaire made us pay for the labor. The story doesn't end here. Next thing that happened was coming home to water all over the floor because now our appliance was not running. We were hoping it was this noisy compressor, but it was some 'relay' according to service. Once this part came in and was installed, the frig did not run. It was the compressor which was covered with no cost to us other than all the frozen food we had to throw out. Do you think that is the end of my problems? No. The fan started making noises and had to be replaced. Since the appliance is now over 5 years old, I knew this was an expected expense. Since the fan got replaced, the ice maker has stopped working and no water will come through the dispensor. The ice maker never worked very well from day one. I give up. Along the way, I've tried to keep Lowe's informed, but they did not want to hear about it.
I asked them why they didn't care whether their customer's were happy with the products they sold and I was told they didn't have a department or person I could talk to. I'd also like to mention that I have a Kenmore washing machine that was in my house when we bought it in 1989. We are still using it and the only expense was replacing a knob which cost $75. Thank you, Sears !