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15 questions from our users

Penny46

Penny46asked

WBE5314SA

Hi there, my Westinghouse WBE5314SA handles have fallen off and apart from the handle inserts all breaking and not being able to get replacements, a couple of the little black lugs which are attached to the inside of the fridge doors have snapped. I’ve been told to replace handles which will cost approx $180 even though the only thing wrong with handles is the broken inserts but you can’t replace the broken black lugs without having to purchase new doors.! I’m livid. Other fridge makers sell the door handle inserts but none would fit our handles. Very upsetting. Thought of trying to remove door skin and put a screw and washer on the inside of door but not sure how door skin is attached, whether attached with screws or glued. Worried about cracking door skin if glued. Also the fridge cyclic defrost isn’t working and I’ve been told needs a new logic board, fridge coilsare freezing up and defrost timer not working.

No answers
Andrew Y.

Andrew Y.asked

WBE5314SA

Hi all,
We have a Westinghouse fridge freezer Model WABE5314SA.
Just of late it has started to beep even when all the doors are closed, just
wondering if anyone may know as to what the cause of this beeping may be?
Many thanks,
Andy

6 answers
Veronica
Veronica

Hi Andrew, I think I saw another question about beeping further down the page

Veronica
Veronica

Actually, there lots of posts about beeping. Good luck

Andrew Y.
Andrew Y.

HI Veronica,
Thanks very much for the reference.

Margaret D

Margaret Dasked

528L Bottom Mount

How do I remove freezer drawers. Details not clear enough in manual

2 answers
Kate
Kate

Open the door fully. Lift the drawer by initially supporting and lifting up from the front corners with your hands underneath, then, holding the drawer by its sides at the top, simply lift up. The runners can be easily seen as extending ones. Pull them carefully in and out to see how they work: this should help with understanding how to remove and replace.
When replacing make sure the runners are fully out, and set the drawer down over the runners with the front end of the runners positioned as close to the front of the drawer as possible. Gently let the drawer settle onto the runners and press gently; there should be a slight click as they settle into place. Don't be heavy-handed with any pressing down. It's actually quite quick and easy once you're used to it.

Margaret D
Margaret D

Thanks for the info will try again don’t like to use any force but the runners are still very stiff.

David w.

David w.asked

WBE5314SA

Can you please tell me how many watts this fridge is please.

1 answer
Kate
Kate

There should be a label inside the fridge somewhere with all its specification details on it. A magnifying lens might be useful to read the very small print. Somewhere within it should state tohe wattage. Or, go to the manufacturer's website.

Tina B.

Tina B.asked

WBE5314SA

Hi the top draw in the freezer is too cold its icing up, what temperature do i adjust freezer section please

4 answers
Kate
Kate

If you look in the service and user guide you'll be reminded how to change temperatures in both fridge and freezer sections. This should be available online if you don't have the original one. See my answer to Frederika [might be below]. [ In the Westinghouse check that the 'zone' indicator light is on the lower section [right-hand side close to the hinge]. Press the touch pad until you get to -18C.] -18c is the best and most usual temperature for domestic freezers. Also check the door seal for dirt/mould/damage and possible leaking; always make sure that whatever is put into the freezer is already cold; putting stuff for the freezer [e.g. left-over food from a meal] into the fridge first, once it's cooled down, is always a good idea; make sure bags/containers are properly closed. Freezing draws moisture out of foodstuffs - that's what causes the icing-up inside containers/bags. So squash out as much free air as you can when packing. I double-wrap many things, like pieces of meat/fish/cake slices etc in cling film first, then in bags/containers; means they don't stick to each other and can be frozen and defrosted without losing moisture. Make sure that the ice-block section is cleared of ice that sometimes forms from small spillages as you put the tray in [it forms on the 'slides' at the side]. Sometimes the narrow pipe that carries away the liquid water from the auto defost gets blocked by food debris and can cause problems. It comes out at the back over the compressor, so is a pain to deal with. If you're still having a problem, check the manufacturer's FAQs, or a chat with a servicing agent.

Tina B.
Tina B.

Thanks Kate for your advice will do

Hiyantha
Hiyantha

I bought a this fridge today. It keeps beeping upon connecting to power?

steve e

steve easked

WBE5300SB (Stainless Steel, Recessed Handle)

hi bought our fridge today sat 1/2/20 and we got an alarm going off in the fridge ?????? we have no book on this fridge many thanks cynthia ernst

2 answers
Westinghouse
ELECTROLUX ..Westinghouse

Hi Steve e,
Tania from Electrolux here.
We are sorry to hear you are experiencing problems with your Westinghouse refrigerator.
If you wish to discuss this further please feel free to contact me at [email protected] attention Tania . Please be sure to list the reference number 1262770 in the subject line of your email.
Thanks,
Tania

Ailurophile
Ailurophile

Contact the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for any defective/faulty issues on items one buys in Australia, not the manufacturer. You do NOT have to contact and deal with the manufacturer, the retailer will liaise between you both IF necessary. Keep in mind more than 80% of Australian businesses are ignorant of Australian Consumer Rights and how the repair, replacement or refund process actually works.

Highly advisable to learn from the ACCC's website in advance if the need ever arises so you are well-prepared. Having a print-out with you for reference sake and/or to read aloud is wise as well. Speak confidently, calmly and assertively - not being a doormat or being aggressive. Help them understand your dilemma and that you need their help to resolve this, and they are obligated to do so according to the law. If they’re uncooperative, ask to speak with the general manager of the store (their boss) and insist upon it.

If they ARE the general manager, and still uncooperative, tactfully remind them that no one has to be further inconvenienced or lose precious time by dealing with a complaint lodged with your state’s government Fair Trading office. Because that is your last recourse if absolutely necessary. It’s much easier, faster and painless to organize an acceptable remedy right there and then for everyone involved. Remind them that customer loyalty is a two way street.

This WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator automatically comes with a 2 year manufacturers warranty. Besides that, the Australian Consumers Guarantee (ACCC website) over-rides all warranties anyway.

A refrigerator is the most important appliance in the home and is naturally expected to have longevity longer than the manufacturer's warranty. Otherwise, for example they'd have to basically advertise 'this product will only last 2 years'. That's also why it's inadvisable and unnecessary to waste money on extended warranties, because you the consumer are already covered for this by the ACCC.

Reference from the ACCC's website https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees

"Warranties are separate from your automatic consumer guarantees. The consumer guarantees which apply regardless of any warranties suppliers sell or give to you, apply for a reasonable time depending on the nature of the goods or services. This means consumer guarantees may continue to apply after the time period for the warranty has expired."

E.g. Quoted from the QLD Office of Fair Trading website:

"If a product or service fails to meet a consumer guarantee, you have rights against the business to have the fault remedied. The type of remedy that you can ask for depends on whether the problem is classed as either a major or a minor problem.

A major problem with a product is when:

you would not have bought the product if you had known about the problem

the product is significantly different from the description, sample or demonstration model shown to you

the product is substantially unfit for its normal purpose, or for the purpose you told the business you wanted it for

the product is unsafe.

For a product, if the problem is major, you can:

reject the product and get a refund

reject the product and get an identical replacement, or one of similar value

keep the product and claim compensation for the drop in value caused by the problem.

For a major failure, you the consumer can choose which option to take. The business cannot specify which option you must accept.”

Maree

Mareeasked

WBE5300SA (Stainless Steel)

Freezer has totally frosted up. No change to settings. Wondering if this is a seal problem. Fridge purchased this year.

No answers
Frederika

Frederikaasked

WBE5314SA

How do I stop vegetable drawer freezing vegetables

1 answer
Kate
Kate

You may have the setting too cold. Best and safest temperature is about 4C. Operate the control on the right-hand side, close to the door-hinge. [ In the Westinhouse make sure that the 'zone' panel is lit on the top section. If you repeatedly use the touch pad and see the light move up [and start again]. Stop it when it's brighter at 5C [the light between 7C and 3C] then another touch so 3C is faint.] Also check your door seal to make sure it's clean and undamaged. Otherwise, no suggestions; there shouldn't be refrigerant leakage as the units on most modern, especially the better quality, fridges and freezers nowadays are sealed and shouldn't leak. Another thing is to ensure that the motor doesn't run for excessively long periods as this could indicate a problem. In any doubt, have a word with your retailer, or local servicing agent.

Bernadette C.

Bernadette C.asked

WBE5300SA (Stainless Steel)

The height dimensions in the brochure seem rather high compared to the actual fridge. Can anyone tell me the actual height of the fridge cabinet (at the back, not including Hines on top) from floor to top of cabinet please?

No answers
Ken L

Ken Lasked

WBE5314SA

The fridge is fine, but the handle (top door) broke, its just a flimsy clip. I rang Westinghouse (parts) and while I only require the pedestal that the screws into the handle and then clips on the fridge, I have been informed you have to by a handle kit some $180. I don't need the whole thing just the pedestal, seems a rort. Is this right?

1 answer
Ailurophile
Ailurophile

Contact the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for any defective/faulty issues on items one buys in Australia, not the manufacturer. You do NOT have to contact and deal with the manufacturer, the retailer will liaise between you both IF necessary. Keep in mind more than 80% of Australian businesses are ignorant of Australian Consumer Rights and how the repair, replacement or refund process actually works.

Highly advisable to learn from the ACCC's website in advance if the need ever arises so you are well-prepared. Having a print-out with you for reference sake and/or to read aloud is wise as well. Speak confidently, calmly and assertively - not being a doormat or being aggressive. Help them understand your dilemma and that you need their help to resolve this, and they are obligated to do so according to the law. If they’re uncooperative, ask to speak with the general manager of the store (their boss) and insist upon it.

If they ARE the general manager, and still uncooperative, tactfully remind them that no one has to be further inconvenienced or lose precious time by dealing with a complaint lodged with your state’s government Fair Trading office. Because that is your last recourse if absolutely necessary. It’s much easier, faster and painless to organize an acceptable remedy right there and then for everyone involved. Remind them that customer loyalty is a two way street.

This WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator automatically comes with a 2 year manufacturers warranty. Besides that, the Australian Consumers Guarantee (ACCC website) over-rides all warranties anyway.

A refrigerator is the most important appliance in the home and is naturally expected to have longevity longer than the manufacturer's warranty. Otherwise, for example they'd have to basically advertise 'this product will only last 2 years'. That's also why it's inadvisable and unnecessary to waste money on extended warranties, because you the consumer are already covered for this by the ACCC.

Reference from the ACCC's website https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees

"Warranties are separate from your automatic consumer guarantees. The consumer guarantees which apply regardless of any warranties suppliers sell or give to you, apply for a reasonable time depending on the nature of the goods or services. This means consumer guarantees may continue to apply after the time period for the warranty has expired."

E.g. Quoted from the QLD Office of Fair Trading website:

"If a product or service fails to meet a consumer guarantee, you have rights against the business to have the fault remedied. The type of remedy that you can ask for depends on whether the problem is classed as either a major or a minor problem.

A major problem with a product is when:

you would not have bought the product if you had known about the problem

the product is significantly different from the description, sample or demonstration model shown to you

the product is substantially unfit for its normal purpose, or for the purpose you told the business you wanted it for

the product is unsafe.

For a product, if the problem is major, you can:

reject the product and get a refund

reject the product and get an identical replacement, or one of similar value

keep the product and claim compensation for the drop in value caused by the problem.

For a major failure, you the consumer can choose which option to take. The business cannot specify which option you must accept.”

Jimmy

Jimmyasked

WBE5314SA

Hi, my fridge is a Westinghouse fridge model started beeping and its the same model as the others could you please tell me the problem and how much it would cost to repair?

2 answers
Kevin Stiff
Kevin Stiff

Hello Jimmy, Our Refrigerator temperature indicator was flashing and beeping . The Refrigerator has never been really cold . The Freezer Fan motor has been replaced twice under warranty . The Technician set the Temperature after the last fan motor was installed and said that the Refrigerator should be 3 Degrees . It is 8 Degrees so naturally is still unsatisfactory . Electrolux knows about this problem but are reluctant to do anything about it . Kevin & Rhonda

Ailurophile
Ailurophile

We bought the WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator from the Good Guys. Two months later the door alarm began to beep constantly despite neither doors being open. After following the manual how to reset the temperature to manufacturer's default settings exactly - several times - this refrigerator eventually broke down completely.

The compressor ran for 2 days and nights but nothing inside was cold anymore. We had to buy bags of ice because food was either spoiled or spoiling. We were lucky to deal with a more understanding, compassionate and reasonable GM of that Good Guys store/branch to arrange a replacement the next day. Fingers crossed this particular model is not defective in any way as the previous one, although we don't feel very confident about this. Another refrigerator brand we preferred as a replacement instead was not in stock at the store, and involved a 12-15 day waiting time, and obviously we had no alternative.

The biggest problem today with most consumer goods is the nefarious trend for the past decade of manufacturers producing products with 'planned obsolescence'. It becomes cheaper to buy another one than to repair it, etc. Everyone knows they just don't build them like they used to, and the public has to realize this has been intentional simply to make companies who value their 'bottom line' more than ethics more profitable.

The process:
Contact the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for any defective/faulty issues on items one buys in Australia, not the manufacturer. You do NOT have to contact and deal with the manufacturer, the retailer will liaise between you both IF necessary. Keep in mind more than 80% of Australian businesses are ignorant of Australian Consumer Rights and how the repair, replacement or refund process actually works.

Highly advisable to learn from the ACCC's website in advance if the need ever arises so you are well-prepared. Having a print-out with you for reference sake and/or to read aloud is wise as well. Speak confidently, calmly and assertively - not being a doormat or being aggressive. Help them understand your dilemma and that you need their help to resolve this, and they are obligated to do so according to the law. If they’re uncooperative, ask to speak with the general manager of the store (their boss) and insist upon it.

If they ARE the general manager, and still uncooperative, tactfully remind them that no one has to be further inconvenienced or lose precious time by dealing with a complaint lodged with your state’s government Fair Trading office. Because that is your last recourse if absolutely necessary. It’s much easier, faster and painless to organize an acceptable remedy right there and then for everyone involved. Remind them that customer loyalty is a two way street.

This WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator automatically comes with a 2 year manufacturers warranty. Besides that, the Australian Consumers Guarantee (ACCC website) over-rides all warranties anyway.

A refrigerator is the most important appliance in the home and is naturally expected to have longevity longer than the manufacturer's warranty. Otherwise, for example they'd have to basically advertise 'this product will only last 2 years'. That's also why it's inadvisable and unnecessary to waste money on extended warranties, because you the consumer are already covered for this by the ACCC.

Reference from the ACCC's website https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees

"Warranties are separate from your automatic consumer guarantees. The consumer guarantees which apply regardless of any warranties suppliers sell or give to you, apply for a reasonable time depending on the nature of the goods or services. This means consumer guarantees may continue to apply after the time period for the warranty has expired."

E.g. Quoted from the QLD Office of Fair Trading website:

"If a product or service fails to meet a consumer guarantee, you have rights against the business to have the fault remedied. The type of remedy that you can ask for depends on whether the problem is classed as either a major or a minor problem.

A major problem with a product is when:

you would not have bought the product if you had known about the problem

the product is significantly different from the description, sample or demonstration model shown to you

the product is substantially unfit for its normal purpose, or for the purpose you told the business you wanted it for

the product is unsafe.

For a product, if the problem is major, you can:

reject the product and get a refund

reject the product and get an identical replacement, or one of similar value

keep the product and claim compensation for the drop in value caused by the problem.

For a major failure, you the consumer can choose which option to take. The business cannot specify which option you must accept.”

Elizabeth

Elizabethasked

WBE5300WA (White)

How do I get the wheels down so that I can roll it out? I smell mold coming out of the back and I can't budge the thing to get it out of the space.

1 answer
Ailurophile
Ailurophile

Remove everything inside the refrigerator temporarily to lessen the weight. Then adjust the wheels, etc.

Debra R

Debra Rasked

WBE5314SA

u is my fridge making a beeping sound if i unplug it and plug it back in it stops for a while but starts beeping again eventually, any help?

2 answers
Joe and Carol
Joe and Carol

Hi Debra, our identical fridge beeps if the door is even slightly ajar - I wonder if your door alarm is set a little too sensitive. Don't know how to adjust it but Westinghouse might be a good contact, especially if it's still under warranty.
Cheers
Joe and Carol

Ailurophile
Ailurophile

We bought the WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator from the Good Guys. Two months later the door alarm began to beep constantly despite neither doors being open. After following the manual how to reset the temperature to manufacturer's default settings exactly - several times - this refrigerator eventually broke down completely.

The compressor ran for 2 days and nights but nothing inside was cold anymore. We had to buy bags of ice because food was either spoiled or spoiling. We were lucky to deal with a more understanding, compassionate and reasonable GM of that Good Guys store/branch to arrange a replacement the next day. Fingers crossed this particular model is not defective in any way as the previous one, although we don't feel very confident about this. Another refrigerator brand we preferred as a replacement instead was not in stock at the store, and involved a 12-15 day waiting time, and obviously we had no alternative.

The biggest problem today with most consumer goods is the nefarious trend for the past decade of manufacturers producing products with 'planned obsolescence'. It becomes cheaper to buy another one than to repair it, etc. Everyone knows they just don't build them like they used to, and the public has to realize this has been intentional simply to make companies who value their 'bottom line' more than ethics more profitable.

The process:
Contact the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for any defective/faulty issues on items one buys in Australia, not the manufacturer. You do NOT have to contact and deal with the manufacturer, the retailer will liaise between you both IF necessary. Keep in mind more than 80% of Australian businesses are ignorant of Australian Consumer Rights and how the repair, replacement or refund process actually works.

Highly advisable to learn from the ACCC's website in advance if the need ever arises so you are well-prepared. Having a print-out with you for reference sake and/or to read aloud is wise as well. Speak confidently, calmly and assertively - not being a doormat or being aggressive. Help them understand your dilemma and that you need their help to resolve this, and they are obligated to do so according to the law. If they’re uncooperative, ask to speak with the general manager of the store (their boss) and insist upon it.

If they ARE the general manager, and still uncooperative, tactfully remind them that no one has to be further inconvenienced or lose precious time by dealing with a complaint lodged with your state’s government Fair Trading office. Because that is your last recourse if absolutely necessary. It’s much easier, faster and painless to organize an acceptable remedy right there and then for everyone involved. Remind them that customer loyalty is a two way street.

This WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator automatically comes with a 2 year manufacturers warranty. Besides that, the Australian Consumers Guarantee (ACCC website) over-rides all warranties anyway.

A refrigerator is the most important appliance in the home and is naturally expected to have longevity longer than the manufacturer's warranty. Otherwise, for example they'd have to basically advertise 'this product will only last 2 years'. That's also why it's inadvisable and unnecessary to waste money on extended warranties, because you the consumer are already covered for this by the ACCC.

Reference from the ACCC's website https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees

"Warranties are separate from your automatic consumer guarantees. The consumer guarantees which apply regardless of any warranties suppliers sell or give to you, apply for a reasonable time depending on the nature of the goods or services. This means consumer guarantees may continue to apply after the time period for the warranty has expired."

E.g. Quoted from the QLD Office of Fair Trading website:

"If a product or service fails to meet a consumer guarantee, you have rights against the business to have the fault remedied. The type of remedy that you can ask for depends on whether the problem is classed as either a major or a minor problem.

A major problem with a product is when:

you would not have bought the product if you had known about the problem

the product is significantly different from the description, sample or demonstration model shown to you

the product is substantially unfit for its normal purpose, or for the purpose you told the business you wanted it for

the product is unsafe.

For a product, if the problem is major, you can:

reject the product and get a refund

reject the product and get an identical replacement, or one of similar value

keep the product and claim compensation for the drop in value caused by the problem.

For a major failure, you the consumer can choose which option to take. The business cannot specify which option you must accept.”

Richard

Richardasked

WBE5314SA

HI, we have this fridge (WBE5314SA) and it has now started beeping intermittingly. The doors are sealed and it seems to be maintaining its temperature at the moment, but the beeping continues. The only way to shut it off is to press the temperature control buttons several times until it stops. What is going on?

2 answers
Pets L
Pets L

Mine just did this and now stopped working, compressor I've been told. 1 week without a fridge and another week until it's repaired apparently

Ailurophile
Ailurophile

We bought the WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator from the Good Guys. Two months later the door alarm began to beep constantly despite neither doors being open. After following the manual how to reset the temperature to manufacturer's default settings exactly - several times - this refrigerator eventually broke down completely.

The compressor ran for 2 days and nights but nothing inside was cold anymore. We had to buy bags of ice because food was either spoiled or spoiling. We were lucky to deal with a more understanding, compassionate and reasonable GM of that Good Guys store/branch to arrange a replacement the next day. Fingers crossed this particular model is not defective in any way as the previous one, although we don't feel very confident about this. Another refrigerator brand we preferred as a replacement instead was not in stock at the store, and involved a 12-15 day waiting time, and obviously we had no alternative.

The biggest problem today with most consumer goods is the nefarious trend for the past decade of manufacturers producing products with 'planned obsolescence'. It becomes cheaper to buy another one than to repair it, etc. Everyone knows they just don't build them like they used to, and the public has to realize this has been intentional simply to make companies who value their 'bottom line' more than ethics more profitable.

The process:
Contact the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for any defective/faulty issues on items one buys in Australia, not the manufacturer. You do NOT have to contact and deal with the manufacturer, the retailer will liaise between you both IF necessary. Keep in mind more than 80% of Australian businesses are ignorant of Australian Consumer Rights and how the repair, replacement or refund process actually works.

Highly advisable to learn from the ACCC's website in advance if the need ever arises so you are well-prepared. Having a print-out with you for reference sake and/or to read aloud is wise as well. Speak confidently, calmly and assertively - not being a doormat or being aggressive. Help them understand your dilemma and that you need their help to resolve this, and they are obligated to do so according to the law. If they’re uncooperative, ask to speak with the general manager of the store (their boss) and insist upon it.

If they ARE the general manager, and still uncooperative, tactfully remind them that no one has to be further inconvenienced or lose precious time by dealing with a complaint lodged with your state’s government Fair Trading office. Because that is your last recourse if absolutely necessary. It’s much easier, faster and painless to organize an acceptable remedy right there and then for everyone involved. Remind them that customer loyalty is a two way street.

This WESTINGHOUSE 528L Bottom Mount Refrigerator automatically comes with a 2 year manufacturers warranty. Besides that, the Australian Consumers Guarantee (ACCC website) over-rides all warranties anyway.

A refrigerator is the most important appliance in the home and is naturally expected to have longevity longer than the manufacturer's warranty. Otherwise, for example they'd have to basically advertise 'this product will only last 2 years'. That's also why it's inadvisable and unnecessary to waste money on extended warranties, because you the consumer are already covered for this by the ACCC.

Reference from the ACCC's website https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees

"Warranties are separate from your automatic consumer guarantees. The consumer guarantees which apply regardless of any warranties suppliers sell or give to you, apply for a reasonable time depending on the nature of the goods or services. This means consumer guarantees may continue to apply after the time period for the warranty has expired."

E.g. Quoted from the QLD Office of Fair Trading website:

"If a product or service fails to meet a consumer guarantee, you have rights against the business to have the fault remedied. The type of remedy that you can ask for depends on whether the problem is classed as either a major or a minor problem.

A major problem with a product is when:

you would not have bought the product if you had known about the problem

the product is significantly different from the description, sample or demonstration model shown to you

the product is substantially unfit for its normal purpose, or for the purpose you told the business you wanted it for

the product is unsafe.

For a product, if the problem is major, you can:

reject the product and get a refund

reject the product and get an identical replacement, or one of similar value

keep the product and claim compensation for the drop in value caused by the problem.

For a major failure, you the consumer can choose which option to take. The business cannot specify which option you must accept.”

Lidian

Lidianasked

WBE5300SA (Stainless Steel)

Interested to hear how the 530L is doing after 9 months as lm thinking about buying this fridge?

2 answers
Geoffo
Geoffo

We have only had ours for a couple of weeks so cannot answer this question. However, I am about to take issue with the level of operating noise. I don't know if ours is faulty or if they are all like this but I find the compressor sound level unacceptable.

Tiredman
Tiredman

Hello Lidian... Our fridge is a WBE4500 and is nearly 9 months old... never had a problem with noise, then and now.

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