What Is Covered by a Frigidaire Refrigerator Warranty?

All Frigidaire refrigerator models listed on the company’s website as of 2015 come with the standard Electrolux Major Appliance Warranty. This is a one-year limited warranty that covers the costs or replacing or repairing any parts that prove to be defective due to materials or workmanship.

This warranty is valid for exactly one year from the original date of purchase and covers both parts and labor. The warranty covers any defects or failures if the refrigerator was installed, maintained and used in accordance with the instructions provided in the Owner’s Manual, which also contains the full written warranty details. Only the original owner is covered by the warranty, and the warranty is only valid if the refrigerator’s serial number can be readily determined.

The warranty does not cover any rust that develops on either the inside or outside of the appliance, nor does it cover any products that are used in a commercial setting. It also does not cover replacement costs for any food lost due to a defective or failed part.

If the refrigerator needs to be serviced, a payment record, delivery slip or receipt for the original purchase is required to prove that the unit is still under warranty.