Keep foods fresh and organized in this generously sized 21.4 cu. ft. Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerator. The door has gallon-size bins for large bottles and a caddy for cans or smaller bottles, conserving storage space on the interior shelves. This Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerator has exterior touch controls for easy temperature adjustment.
Electronic temperature controls
Choose the ideal temperature for whatever foods you're storing with convenient, up-front controls.
Frameless glass shelves
Store more items on each shelf with wall-to-wall frameless glass shelves, which offer greater storage flexibility.
Free up shelf space and get more flexibility using this in-door can caddy that holds either cans or bottles.
Adjustable gallon door bins
Move these adjustable bins anywhere in the door for increased loading flexibility when and where you need it.
Store plenty of meat and cheese with a deli drawer.
Exterior ice and water dispenser with EveryDrop water filtration
Access fresh filtered water and ice without ever opening the refrigerator door using dual pad dispensers.
LED interior lighting
Keep food looking as good as it tastes. Light is cast inside the refrigerator so food looks like it's supposed to.
Get a seamless look with door hinges that stay out of sight.
Don't worry about refilling ice trays with this pre-installed icemaker that makes sure you always have plenty of ice on hand.
Store fruits and vegetables in their ideal environment.
Automatically monitors the freezer environment and runs the cycle only when necessary.
A:AnswerIt is for cans of beer or pop. It was driving me crazy for two days. I never would have figured it out until someone told and now it makes perfect sense. You can fit 6, 12oz cans on their side and they are very secure and out of the way. Really nice feature. Whirlpool should tell you in the instructions what its for.
A:AnswerTHE BEST BUY ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ONE. THE MANUAL IS USELESS. THE INSTALLATION GUIDE IS USELESS. THE STICKER ON THE FRONT OF THE ICE MAKER SAYS FOR STYLE 2 (WHICH IS WHAT IS PICTURED IN THE OTHER ANSWER BY BEST BUY) THE SWITCH IS ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ICE MAKER. NO IT ISN'T. IT IS ABOUT 2" IN FROM THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ICE MAKER AND IS A SIMPLE ROCKER SWITCH. YOU NEEDN'T REMOVE THE ICEMAKER TO GET AT IT, JUST FIND SOMEONE WITH A SMALL ENOUGH HAND TO REACH THROUGH THE DOOR, FEEL AROUND ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ICEMAKER 2" FROM LEFT AND 1" FROM THE FRONT AND YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND THE ROCKER SWITCH. IF THE ICEMAKER IS BUZZING BECAUSE YOU HAVEN'T CONNECTED THE WATER YET, SWITCHING THE ROCKER SWITCH SO THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROCKER SWITCH IS DEPRESSED SHOULD TURN IT OFF.
REMEMBER HOW TO TURN IT BACK ON WHEN YOUR WATER FLOW IS ESTABLISHED.
A:AnswerThe actual depth of this fridge is 30 and 1/2 inches from back to face of stainless steel door. The doors are wrapped to about a 2 inch depth on the sides, so you could get away with about a 28 1/2 depth if you needed to (plus water line hardware/tubing if so equipped). The handles add about an 1 1/2" out front in the middle. I moved it several times while installing the water line for the ice maker/ water dispenser, piece of cake - rolls easily. Nice fridge, works perfectly. Ice maker cranks out plenty of ice (although it is winter currently) and the filtered water tastes fine (a calibrated test revealed TDS of just under 350, which is the general standard for US water supply - my well water is commonly over 500 pre-filter). On the smaller side, fine for family of 3 or maybe 4 but a larger family likely would need more storage space. Happy with it, would buy this unit again.
A:Answerlighthousekeeper, the icemaker is located in the freezer top shelf. There is an option for cubed or crushed ice. There are 5 bins on the refrigerator door. 1 Dairy, 1 Fixed Full-Width, and 3 Adjustable
Gallon. Hopefully this information is beneficial to you. Thank you for your inquiry regarding our Whirlpool appliances!
A:AnswerI also didn't think the water was very cold, and I expected it to be chilled. It hasn't bothered me because I am always adding a half glass of ice! I don't know why the water wouldn't be just as cold as the regular glass of water I used to keep in the refrigerator. That should be a manufacturing flaw!