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Mitsubishi Electric L4 Glass Mini 650L French Door

Mitsubishi Electric L4 Glass Mini 650L French Door Questions & Answers (page 2 of 2)

MR-L650EH, MR-L650EN-GSL-A (Argent Silver), MR-L650EN-GBK-A (Brilliant Black), MR-L650EN-GWH-A (Glacier White)
4.7 from 59 reviews

25 questions from our users

ElleT

ElleTasked

L4 Glass Mini MR-L650EH

Does it work to store fruit and vegetables in one crisper? I am concerned because my current fridge has 2 crisper drawers and I use high humidity for veges and low for fruit which seems to work well. Would the lower dairy drawer be suitable for fruit storage?

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Ginny
Ginny

I turned the humidity down low as I was trying to trouble shòot why I was getting so much condensation in the fridge all the time, it stores fruit and veges well. The condensation in the fridge also went down when I did this however so did the hot weather so I dont know what stopped the condensation, the controller or the outside temp, I guess I'll have to wait until next summer now

ElleT
ElleT

Thanks Ginny, good to know it stores fruit and veges well. Not sure about the condensation issue though. Is this a new fridge for you this summer? Do you live in the tropics? We are trying to choose between this fridge and a Fisher and Paykel french door.

Dave

Daveasked

L4 Glass Mini MR-L650EH

Hi. Any idea how to remove MR-L650EH door handles ?

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Stefe
Stefe

Hi Dave
I'm sorry but I really can't help you. We've only had the fridge a couple of months and have had no need to remove the door handles. Have you tried customer service at Mitsubishi?
Hope you find an answer to your question
Regards
Stefe

Wiz.au
Wiz.au

To remove the door handles, pop off the "inside" of the piece of plastic between the round tubular handle and the fridge door. You will see a 'seam' along the top and bottom of this plastic piece, where it separates. I used a telephone/mobile/laptop disassembly tool: http://img.dxcdn.com/productimages/sku_24525_1.jpg
You will see two screws, one you can get to and one you can't because the handle is in the way. Undo the screw you can get to, that attaches the tubular handle to a 90Deg "L" metal bracket. Remove both upper and lower screws together of each handle holding the tubular handle, with care and assistance if required. Slide handle off metal brackets by pulling "backwards" like opening the doors. To take the remaining bracket off, there is just a single screw through the bracket into the fridge door skin. WARNING: This screw is straight into the material of the door skin. If you strip this thread re-fitting the brackets, you are _STUFFED_. The handle bracket will no longer attach to the door securely, and hence your handle is no longer attached to the door solidly. I used a torque limiting 2.4v electric screwdriver to re-attach them to ensure I did not over tighten them and strip the thread in the soft door skin. To repair this, I would suggest something like a 'nut-sert' >> http://www.avdel-global.com/en/products/threaded-inserts/thin-sheet-nutsertr.html which I consider Mitsubishi should have used in the first place, but obviously screwing a "self tapping" screw straight into the door skin material saved them 2c per hole in a $2000 fridge. :(

Oh, there are alignment "bumps" when refitting the "L" brackets, to ensure you get them 'straight' so the handles will slide back on straight. Ensure you have the brackets seated properly on these bumps before fixing with the screw .....carefully.

Peeyush

Peeyushasked

L4 Glass Mini MR-L650EH

We just got our refrigerator yesterday. Light does not come on the freezer. Is there no light in the freezer? Please confirm. Light in the refrigerator is working though.
Can u please respond?

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Stefe
Stefe

Hi Peeyush,
As far as I am aware there is no light in the freezer. I've never pulled the drawers out to actually check but for myself personally I find as the drawers need to come out to access whatever is stored I can see in an instant the item I need. if there was a light I think it would probably be useless once the drawers were full - items stored would block the light if it was there. Sorry I can't be of more assistance perhaps Mitsubishi customer service would be able to confirm there is no light.
Regards
Stefe

kumovi
kumovi

Hi Peeyush,
No lights in Freezer. I find I don't need them even if fully stacked drawers.
Cheers!

philandkim

philandkimasked

L4 Glass Mini MR-L650EH

Hello all you happy l650EH owners.
I want to purchase this fridge, but how do you get it through the door? We do not have a sliding door just standard outside door with a entrance go 795mm????
Help!!!!!

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Rick Rap
Rick Rap

I think the deliver it without the doors and upon installation put them on for you.

philandkim
philandkim

We ended up buying from Radio Rentals. Install was easy - we bought the big beast instead go the 650 and the doors were removed quickly and then through the back for with out issue.

Sharker
Sharker

I actually sell this fridge. If you contact Ken Purchase Carriers they will give you a price to pick it up from your purchaser and then remove and replace the doors. These guys are a high quality company that instals Miele, Asko and Aeg washers and dryers.

mel

melasked

L4 Glass Mini MR-L650EH

We have bought this fridge 2 days. I saw all the review said it's a quiet fridge but we found this fridge is very noisy. At night watching tv, can hear the whole fridge noisy background. It's like a giant engine running in the kitchen. Why it's like that? Is not that supposed to be a quiet fridge?

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BanjoPaterson
BanjoPaterson

Our fridge has the inverter and is quiet. Give mitsubishi a call. Might as well use the long warranty if necessary!

Steve
Steve

We have the larger version, our fridge is pretty noisy too.

Wiz.au
Wiz.au

I can hear my MRL650EH Inverter if I am standing next to it, and I think due to the Inverter motor drive, it runs more often than an old "classic" full on/full off style fridge, so you have the 'opportunity' to hear it more often. But ours is not loud. I have access to a dB meter that I could use to measure it if ppl wanted to compare, but with fairly good hearing, I can't hear it 3-4 meters away, line of sight, no walls, no doors, no corners. I need to be within 1-2m.

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