General Electric (GE) is known around the world for quality. Not only are their appliances durable, they are affordable and user-friendly, GE offers a wide range of both traditional and smart appliances.
As one of the most trusted names in household appliances, GE dominates the market in North America and many parts of the world. But it is important to keep in mind that even though GE appliances are built to last, they are not immune to the ageing process and can malfunction due to the lack of proper maintenance. That’s why it’s advisable to have a technician regularly inspection your appliances so you stay ahead of any issues that may be on the horizon.
Is there frost forming and building up on the walls of your freezer? This could mean that the air vent is blocked. Some other common problems with fridges include the water dispenser not working, the icemaker not making ice, the fridge not cooling sufficiently or not working at all, the food in the fridge freezing or the fridge making unusual sounds. If you experience any one of these problems, it’s important to get them attended to right away. The longer you wait, the greater the risk of the problem becoming more expensive to fix. You want a technician who is quick to diagnose the problem and offer a solution.
Does your washer frequently stop in the middle of a cycle? This could mean that there is a problem with the electrical outlet or a blown fuse. There may be some simple steps you can take to rule one or the other out, however, it’s best to seek the expertise of a professional. If you notice any issues are present, hire a trained appliance technician who can diagnose and solve the problem quickly.
Is your dryer not turning on? It could be something as simple as a faulty door, the power cord not being plugged in properly or something entirely different. Determining what the problem is can be difficult but allowing an inexperienced technician to work on your appliance can lead to even more problems and more money down the drain. If you notice that your dryer is taking too long to dry clothes or is not drying them completely, you should have a technician examine the thermostat to see if it needs to be replaced. Other common dryer problems are a noisy dryer, or excessive lint on clothes after they have been dried.
Are the dishes coming out of your dishwasher still dirty? This could mean that the water pressure is too low, the water is too hard or the spray nozzle is clogged. Whatever the issue is there could be a number of culprits at play. Getting a correct diagnosis is important because failing to pinpoint the problem can lead to more expensive repairs down the road. A qualified appliance technician can help you narrow down what the problem is and work efficiently to correct it.
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