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9.6 out of 10

Whirlpool EV160FXBQ

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Reviews and Problems with Whirlpool EV160FXBQ

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Overall 10
10

Inexpensive, Energy Efficient, Does Its Job

Happy642, shop your way
7 August 2014
  • Summary: I've had it for only 2 weeks, but in that time, there's no ice buildup at all in humid weather, so I doubt that it will need defrosting very often, maybe once a year. I like manual defrost models more than frost free because of: (a) Less energy use. This one is Energy-Star approved and uses only 409 kwh per year. (b) Preserves food longer because it doesn't cycle on and off to prevent frost buildup.
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Overall 10
10

Inexpensive, Energy Efficient, Does Its Job

Happy642, shop your way
7 August 2014
  • Summary: I've had it for only 2 weeks, but in that time, there's no ice buildup at all in humid weather, so I doubt that it will need defrosting very often, maybe once a year. I like manual defrost models more than frost free because of: (a) Less energy use. This one is Energy-Star approved and uses only 409 kwh per year. (b) Preserves food longer because it doesn't cycle on and off to prevent frost buildup.
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Overall 10
10

Inexpensive, Energy Efficient, Does Its Job

Happy642, shop your way
6 August 2014
  • Summary: I've had it for only 2 weeks, but in that time, there's no ice buildup at all in humid weather, so I doubt that it will need defrosting very often, maybe once a year. I like manual defrost models more than frost free because of: (a) Less energy use. This one is Energy-Star approved and uses only 409 kwh per year. (b) Preserves food longer because it doesn't cycle on and off to prevent frost buildup.
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