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Model # WRS325FDAM

Internet # 204079506

24.5 cu. ft. Side by Side Refrigerator in Monochromatic Stainless Steel

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  • LED lighting in both the freezer & fresh food sections
  • Great styling with flush exterior water & ice dispenser
  • Gallon door storage bins for large containers free up shelf space
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Model # WRS325FDAM

Internet # 204079506

Store SO SKU # 1000007090

Take home a refrigerator that makes storing all your favorite fresh and frozen food easy. With its massive capacity, this Whirlpool 24.5 cu. ft. side-by-side refrigerator offers the space you need. Its LED lighting casts a bright light on the contents of your refrigerator. The Accu-Chill temperature management system cools food quickly. Adaptive Defrost saves energy by monitoring when the compressor is running and defrosting only when necessary.

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  • Flush exterior filtered water and ice dispenser offers cold, filtered water and ice without opening the door and it provides a sleek look
  • Factory-installed icemaker with in-door storage bin. The in-door ice bin allows for more usable space in the freezer and is easily removed to help you quickly fill coolers and other large containers with ice
  • PUR water filtration system. Kick the bottled water habit with the PUR water filtration system. You'll help protect the environment by preventing the disposal of up to 3000 plastic bottles a year and save over $600 for yourself
  • Up-front interior temperature controls make it easy to adjust temperatures without having to reach around your groceries
  • Accu-Chill Temperature Management System senses and adapts using built-in sensors to measure the internal temperature and activates the compressor only when necessary, delivering efficient cooling performance
  • SpillGuard glass shelves help contain spills and simplify cleanup
  • Humidity controlled crisper allows you to adjust the humidity level to help preserve the freshness of fruits and vegetables
  • Adjustable door bins. Build your door storage to fit your needs. These adjustable bins easily move when and where you need
  • 15.32 cu. ft. fresh food compartment and 9.17 cu. ft. freezer compartment provide spacious storage options
  • Freezer door shelves, wire freezer compartment shelves and a freezer pull-out bin help keep your freezer organized
  • Stationary freezer door shelves, wire freezer compartment shelves and a slide-out freezer basket help keep your freezer organized
  • LED interior lighting in both compartments. LED lighting makes it easy to see fresh and frozen food
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Assembled Depth (in.) 
34.63 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
69.13 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
35.5 in 
Depth (Excluding Handles) 
32.38 in 
Depth (Including Handles) 
34.63 in 
Depth (Less Door) 
27.5 in 
Depth With Door Open 90 Degrees (In) 
Height to Top of Door Hinge 
Height to Top of Refrigerator (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Refrigerator Width (In.) 
Appliance Type 
Side-by-Side Refrigerator 
Capacity (cu. Ft.) - Freezer 
Capacity (cu. Ft.) - Fresh Food 
Capacity (cu. Ft.) - Total 
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Refrigerators 
Color - Appliance Cabinet 
Color - Door Handle(s) 
Monochromatic Stainless Steel 
Color/Finish Family 
Counter Depth (Yes/No) 
Defrost Type 
Auto / Cycle 
Door Finish 
Energy Efficiency Tier Rating 
Not CEE rated 
Freezer Door Type 
Swing Door 
Freezer Features 
Adjustable Leveling Legs,Adjustable Temperature Control,Ice Maker,In-door Storage,LED Light Type,Sliding-Bulk Storage Baskets 
General Features 
LED Light Type,Wheels 
Ice Maker 
Ice Maker Features 
Automatic Ice Level Control/Shutoff,Control Lockout,Factory-Installed Icemaker,Filtered Ice,Removable Basket 
Ice/Water Dispenser 
Number of Doors 
Number of Freezer Shelves 
Number of Fresh Food Shelves 
Operational Features 
Adjustable Temperature Control,Humidity Controlled Crisper 
Product Weight (lb.) 
245 lb 
Refrigeration Dispenser Features 
Crushed Ice,Cubed Ice,Dispenser Control Lock-Out,Dispenser Location-In Door,Filtration Replacement Indicator Light,Water Dispenser,Water Filtration 
Shelf Material - Freezer 
Shelf Material - Refrigerator 
Storage Features 
Adjustable Door Storage,Deli Drawer,Gallon Door Storage,Removable Shelves,Spill Proof Shelves 
Temperature Control Type 
Internal analog 
Water Filter Replacement Model# 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 1-year 


Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 1649 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent overall fridge for the price but beware of ice dispenser issues I've had this fridge for a year now. I've also read some other reviews and agree with some points and not others. Here goes... The one major issue for me is the ice dispenser. Others cited it's messy and seems to easily spill ice. I agree to a point but if one carefully places a cup or pitcher under the dispenser it will not spill so I can live with this annoyance. However in my experience there is something far more serious than the above noted problem: There is a small plastic door flap that opens and allows ice to flow out from the freezer's ice maker chute then through the dispenser nozzle on the outside of the freezer door into the ice/water dispenser chute. This plastic flap in the freezer door frequently gets stuck open due to ice cubes lodging in between the flap and the dispenser nozzle (see attached pic for an example). This is a serious problem if one lives in a humid environment like I do in Houston. When this door flap sticks open for several hours the entire freezer ices up on all surfaces and gets glazed over with a thick, hard, powdered film of ice. Literally every plastic wall surface, food item, etc. in the freezer ices up. As you can imagine this is very frustrating. The only good news is that if this happens you only need to remove the obstructing ice cube holding the plastic door flap open and then let the dispenser door flap close properly. Then wait overnight or maybe a day or so and the freezer's auto defrosting removes all the powdered ice film from the freezer. For this reason I find myself having to awkwardly bend over and look to verify the plastic door flap is properly -and- fully closed; or if it didn't, then pick out the obstructing ice cube after dispensing ice cubes. Note this does NOT happen when dispensing crushed ice. Lastly if you decide to forgo the door mounted ice dispenser and scoop cubed ice directly from the ice maker you're somewhat out of luck as the ice maker is designed with a -very- small access slot to the ice cubes that makes this impractical (see attached pic for an example). It can be done but at least for a large sized plastic cup, etc. this is impossible without the hassle of fully removing the ice maker from the freezer. The rest of the fridge functions as expected and seems of high quality as I'd expect from a Whirlpool appliance. Just know that if you plan on relying heavily on cubed ice through the door dispenser you may be disappointed with the hassles. Over I feel that at the $900 to $1000-ish price point this fridge is a great value (if you can live with the cubed ice dispensing problems). April 3, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by faulty seals, poor quality and follow up They delivered this refrigerator and everything seemed fine but after we let it run and reloaded it we noticed the doors were not aligned and if you close the refrigerator side first, the freezer door does not close. The seal hits the other door. I called and the following day ( holiday schedule was busy) and they said it was past 48 hours so I needed to call Whirlpool and they then had to schedule an appointment with a repair shop to come to the house to look at the brand new Refrigerator. Brand new, and I have to get a repair order and then they said I would have to pay for the call if the door was not a defect. We tried to schedule it over the holidays but the times offered we not convenient with people traveling ext. It is still not working but scheduling repairs is a pain. I bought Whirlpool on a recommendation that they were higher quality. Not... December 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stylish and price effective I purchased this product over a month ago and it goes nice with my kitchen. I like the water/ice option in the door with the child lock option. There is plenty of space inside the doors to hold mick & other large items. I have been very satisfied with this refrigerator. April 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great buy Great fridge for its price, plenty of room, makes ice fast. All my appliances at home are Whirlpool. I am very pleased with the purchase. October 18, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap and No Cold Water This is one of the cheapest stainless fridges on the market and it shows. The freezer only has three shelves so although big it's not usable space. The water comes out warm, and I mean 60+F. We called Whirlpool and the service man stuck his finger under the water dispenser and said that's as cold as it gets. You don't even get half a pint of cold water out. We've had three different fridges in the last 12 years and none have had this problem. We actually sent ours back to get a different make. I also found the drawers in the fridge difficult to close. It does look good and the fingerprints don't show too much when you use the cleaner, but I would not recommend getting this one. July 23, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great value Other reviewers said the following: 1) Noisy - I find it as quiet as any other. 2) Holds fingerprints - it is stainless steel, what di they expect. 3) Water is 65 degrees - I admit this one is right. When it first comes out it is warm. At this price point I didn't expect a water cooler. 4) Crushed ice spills - correct again, like someone said it is an ice cannon... And again at this price point I overlook this issue. Didn't purchase for that. Summary: If you are looking for a great refrigerator/freezer that is spacious and well designed but are willing to have "warm" water and a ice cannon(still my favorite), then this is a great deal. I could find a side by side without the ice maker at this price point. March 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Purchase in 50 Years Please permit me to comment on my recent purchase of the Whirlpool Refrigerator, Model WRS325FDAM. Before I do please note we bought the very same style Whirlpool Side By Side 17 years ago. Although we were completely satisfied with the 17 year old model, my wife and I felt it was becoming aged and might break down. This prompted us to try and buy the same or similar modern model. I could not have been more pleased with the 17 year old unit. It had sufficient shelving, storage bins in the frig that moved freely and smoothly, wire storage bins in the freezer that slid out, an ice maker that sufficient quantities of large cubes of ice, and dispensed them in the container, not on the floor and cold water from the water dispenser. Now to the new model. When we received it we kept the 17 year model until the new one reached recommended cooling point, ~ 24 hours. During this time I had an opportunity to take a closer at the quality, construction and behavior of the new one. I immediately noticed that there weren’t as many shelves in the door and also in the main part of the new frig, a cheapening cost cut by Whirlpool. In addition, the meat/veg storage bins were very hard to pull out and close, no wax on the rails, a 23 cents cost savings to the makers of Whirlpool. Now the freezer. Instead of having wire pullout baskets like the old unit, the new one only has wire shelves, another cheap switch by the maker of Whirlpool. Also, in the freezer there is about a 12” gap from the top shelf to the top of the freezer. Another storage bin could have included but wasn’t, probably as a cheap cost cut. Additionally, a storage bin in the top of the freezer door was no longer installed in the new unit like my old one, another Whirlpool cheap cut. Now the ice maker. As I mentioned above, the Whirlpool ice maker in our 17 year old refrigerator performed flawlessly. It gave us generous sized cubes and dispensed into the receiving glass or cup without spraying ice all over the floor. The ice maker in the new refrigerator produces much smaller cubes. The dispenser sprays ice shards and cubes all over the floor. We had two different service technician come and examine this. A Whirlpool rep was called on this problem. The Whirlpool rep admitted they knew about the shard spraying problem. The rep stated that was because Whirlpool had designed a smaller ice cube tray. He noted the edges of the cube would break off when it was being carried forward thru the screw assembly and down the chute. So, Whirlpool knowingly makes and sells an inferior designed ice unit even after they acknowledge they know of the problem. This is totally unacceptable. Now 6 months later the ice maker has failed completely. The water dispenser. When water from the new unit is dispensed it comes out luke warm. Upon closer examination I discovered my 17 year old Whirlpool had a water reservoir. This always gave us a full glass of cold water. Upon examining the new Whirlpool, I discovered the water storage consists of just a few turns of the supply tubing, another cheap design cost cut by the makers of Whirlpool. On the new water dispenser, once the container is removed the water supply valve continues to drip. This causes the small water collection bin to constantly over flow constantly. The water then runs down and streaks the front of the stainless steel door also leaving a water puddle on the floor. The Whirlpool Rep identified this as air getting into the water supply lines due to defective water line connections, another Whirlpool quality design problem that got past their quality control. My wife and I have had probably 5 refrigerators since beginning. We are now in our early 70’s. The reason I mention this is we have seen the quality of not only this unit but other items we have purchased recently become severely degraded. This is truly the poorest quality of any refrigerator we have ever owned. It is a disgrace that this has become an acceptable level of quality output. I would NEVER RECOMMEND this unit to anyone needing a quality refrigerator. July 1, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Small inside This Fridge is nice to look at but it's really small inside. I have a family of 2 and I'm constantly running out of space. The shelves do not go all the way to the back wall and are curved upwards, which kills a lot of shelf space. There is at least 4 inches wasted on the shelf design. The ice maker in the freezer takes up an entire shelf and I really believe that could have been made much smaller. The water dispenser has a single lever to dispense ice or water, and if you forget to switch it back to water, you will end up with ice on the floor. The ice/water unit in the door is too small. The base tray barely holds a normal sized glass. I would not buy this model, but it was already in a house that we bought. Go for something bigger that has separate ice and water dispensers. August 13, 2013
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