Comparing Major Appliance Brands Part 1: Samsung & LG | Supplying Demand

Comparing Major Appliance Brands Part 1: Samsung & LG | Supplying Demand

Buying new appliances can be stressful, especially with how many different kinds are available from so many different brands.

In this four part series, we will be taking a look at eight major appliance brands and comparing them against each other.

This video is Part 1 and compares Samsung and LG, as both brands carry smart, higher end products and comparable refrigerators, dishwashers, and other household appliances.

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1 Comment

  1. Ike79 on July 10, 2022 at 1:31 am

    I think both brands suck….. especially SamDung…. Very unreliable products, I tell my customers to avoid those brands as they have a very high failure rate… If you want reliability you’re better off buying a Maytag, KitchenAid or a subzero….. The biggest problem with those brands is also the lack of service technicians who know how to service them… Not to mention their service manuals are written in Korean and and English(all mushed together)… It makes it very difficult to read technical manuals when you not understand what the person who wrote the manual is trying to say… The biggest problem with LG and Samsung is that they tend to discontinue their parts within a few years of production of products… Where as, the American brands allow you to order replacement parts to years, after the product has been discontinued… another problem, with those two brands is the Korean mentality… “Stack them high let them fly”…. Shame on the politicians for allowing this cheap Korean junk into our country…