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Electrolux’s planned closing in 2019 of a facility in St. Cloud, Minn., will cost all 1,000 jobs there, the Machinists union said Feb. 1.
The Swedish appliance manufacturer announced Jan. 30 that the closing will occur as part of a reinvestment and consolidation project. The company intends to spend $500 million at its other U.S. facilities to modernize and consolidate freezer and other appliance production in Anderson, S.C., and Springfield, Tenn.
Frigidaire / Electrolux Frigidaire / Electrolux Contacts & Information Posted: Feb 1, 2018 by karen Whitaker dishwasher Complaint Rating: 0 % with 1 votes Contact information: Bryson City, North Carolina United States I bought this Frigidaire Gallery DW in Sept of 2015 after Lowes had graciously allowed me to return the two FG DW's because they both leaked within 30 days after installation with the first return being in June of that year. I upgraded the model of the third DW hoping that the higher price tag would mean better quality. Unfortunately since then I have had to have a technician come out on four different occasions to attempt to fix a random leak in the DW unit. Each time it has leaked water has pooled around my cabinets thus affecting the particle board and the toe kick and cabinet end pieces. At this point I have not seen any damage to my engineered hardwood floors beyond the cabinets, but I am not sure what is happening to them underneath that could potentially compromise the integrity of the cabinets and granite that sit on top of them. I have repeatedly asked for a new machine because I cannot risk this happening again and potentially causing more damage to my cabinets and flooring. There seems to be agreement with replacement on one side of customer service but then opposition on the tech support side of Electrolux. This has required the technician to go out for the fifth time to try to determine where the leak is coming from so as not to cause another failed attempt to fix it when it only makes sense for me as the customer to have it replaced with a machine that might actually work properly this time. I have put Frigidaire Gallery appliances in three of my vacation rental homes, but due to this inferior product and lack of satisfaction with the resolution, I am no longer using them in any of my future properties. I have switched to Whirlpool because I was told by the appliance servicer that they are a superior product and the client doesn't have to jump through hoops when they have purchased a lemon.