Whirlpool ED2FHG-S-0 Side-by-Side

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The Whirlpool ED2FHG-S-0 Side-by-Side

The Whirlpool ED2FHG-S-0 has a Side-by-Side configuration and a volume of 21.8 cubic feet. This unit has a through-the-door ice feature. It has automatic type defrost.

The Whirlpool ED2FHG-S-0 unit is estimated to use 572 kilowatt hours of electricity per year under typical conditions. The actual energy consumption will vary based on how often you open and close the door, the surrounding room temperature and how full you keep the unit.

In the United States, The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act sets the minimum standards for energy consumption in refrigerators and freezers. These standards vary depending on each unit's size and configuration. The standard for a unit with the volume and configuration of the Whirlpool ED2FHG-S-0 is 673 kilowatt hours per year. So the Whirlpool ED2FHG-S-0 is 15% better than the standard, since it is estimated to use 101 fewer kilowatt hours of electricity per year.

Whirlpool Corporation is located in Michigan and manufactures air cleaners, clothes washers, dehumidifiers, dishwashers, furnaces, refrigerators, freezers, room air conditioners, and water coolers. Whirlpool received the Excellence in Efficient Products Award in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2005.



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