Those of you familiar with my refrigerator's click, will be happy to know it's gone, not however before the refrigerator stopped working. As a result when I got home from the week in NJ last Thursday night I was greeted to a fridge that was room temp. Which meant nearly everything had to go.
Fortunately since I travel all the time everything consisted of 2 shelves of condiments and spreads, and that's probably OK, I think I've had that ketchup since I moved to Chicago.
The part that was most depressing was the wast of alcohol. Through various parties I had a decent stash of beer. To be fair it's not like it was a artisanal collection that I'd spent hundreds on, and in fact I was never going to drink it, but it was good to know it was there when others came over and wanted a brewski. So thanks to all the party goers late last year who stocked up. But know the next time I'll really be starting from nothing.
I took a photo before dumping everything.
- 7 - Heineken
- 3 - Sam Adams
- 3 - Hacker-Pschorr
- 2 - Goose Island 312
- 1 - Magic Hat - Winter Seasonal
- 1 - Sam Adams Light
- 1 - Coors Light
- 1 - Miller Lite
- 2 - Bud Light cans (yea they embarrassed me too, that's why I hid them in the back)
To be fair to GE I went online last Friday, scheduled an appointment for this morning between 8AM and noon, the guy was here by 8:15, and gone by 8:30, he spent most of his time pulling the fridge out and pushing it back. The board went bad, he replaced it under warranty. So I do appreciate the efficiency of the repair, however, I still think it's ridiculous that the board went bad in less than 5 years.
So kudos to GE for efficiently repairing and not charging, boo to the fact that their product went bad in such a short time, it's just as much companies, as it is consumers fault we live in such a disposable society.