i've been reporting this one for weeks now. "the fridge doesn't work" should be accepted as an answer.
Everything comes to him who waits.. ;)
Should accept is broken
What about the variants: "The fridge is out of service" or "The fridge is out of work" ?
Not generally what I'd say in English for this context. "Out of service" is used for things that are involved with providing service, such as the subway/metro or other public transportation.
"The fridge is out of work". I suppose the fridge needs to find a new job? ;)
Fridge and refridgerator should be correct
What about "fridge is not working"?