11:21AM | 04/23/06
Member Since: 04/08/06
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Looking for an appliance package for new house, Was in Home Depot looking at LG appliances, they make the cell phones I own I didn't know they made appliances. Anyone own them or know about them? Thanks


11:29AM | 04/23/06
Member Since: 11/11/02
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As I replided to your other forum posting:

LG has some innovative home appliance products which so far seem to stand up. They also have a good service and parts supply network... at least in Canada.

You can read some consumer reviews of their home appliances at the following link:

- LG Consumer Reviews


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



11:07AM | 04/26/06
Member Since: 02/17/06
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I recently bought an LG French Door reefer and have been very happy with it.

A salesman at Sears said that LG is an OEM manufacturer for Hotpoint, GE and several others, and just recently started selling under their own brand. Like a lot of Asian companies, they are in several consumer products (like solid surface counters LG Hi Macs, etc.) not just one category like cell phones.

I would recommend them.


Reggie Wilson


11:48AM | 04/26/06
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** I recently bought an LG French Door reefer and have been very happy with it. A salesman at Sears said that LG is an OEM manufacturer for Hotpoint, GE and several others... **

For *that design* of fridge, yes and some other products. Sears sells numerous products under the Kenmore brand made by LG including microwaves, air conditioners and dehumidifiers.

I would suggest the OP contact the local LG *factory service* outlet and ask how parts supply and service is. If they can't find a *local* company doing the service (preferably several local servicers), I would probably suggest you stay away from the product... especially a house full of them.


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



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