nomnomnomnomRABIES t1_j5kooqz wrote

> Moreover, work could be undertaken on the bronze horse which will be to the immortal glory and eternal honour of the auspicious memory of His Lordship your father, and of the illustrious house of Sforza.

Uh oh


nomnomnomnomRABIES t1_j28muj6 wrote

No he wasn't able to switch off the beeper. Many fridges can, however someone thought making the fridges beep uncontrollably would get them more repair money. For me it caused me to replace instead and avoid liebherr as a brand in future.


nomnomnomnomRABIES t1_j28mree wrote

The liebherr I replaced because when it developed a fault there was no way to switch off the beeper had only a button, that would stop it beeping for about half an hour. It would start in the middle of the night. Never again


nomnomnomnomRABIES t1_j28mly6 wrote

I had a liebherr that went wrong and would beep- no way to prevent it beeping without powering down completely, would start in the middle of the night and continue indefinitely. I replaced it even though it could have been (expensively) repaired, with a beeper free model from a different company.