GE refrigerator repair experts
The experts at Sears Home Services are industry leaders in home appliance repair. Not many appliance repair companies can say that they've serviced over a million refrigerators every year, but our experienced technicians proudly stand by that stat.
You can count on us for repairs and maintenance of all kinds. Regular upkeep can reduce the likelihood of costly GE appliance breakdowns in the future. It can also save homeowners a lot of money over the lifespan of their refrigerator.
Our experts can also support other GE appliance repairs, too, so give us a call if you need a washing machine or stove repair, and in turn, we'll offer peace of mind.
GE refrigerator repair issues we can handle
When you need help, call on the appliance repair experts at Sears Home Services. Our repair technicians will be there to service GE refrigerator problems big and small. During the routine service call, they'll recommend options for ongoing maintenance, troubleshoot common issues, and make repairs. We stock most appliance parts and tools, so it's easier for our teams to handle repairs fast.
Refrigerator not cooling
Cooling issues in a GE refrigerator can be related to clogged coils, the condenser fan, or failing gaskets. Homeowners should first check to see if food packaging is blocking the vents. If the cause isn't obvious, call the repair technicians at Sears Home Services to take a closer look.
Refrigerator is constantly cycling
If it sounds like your GE refrigerator is always running or cycling, it may be due to dirty or dusty coils, a faulty defrost timer, or failing capacitors or relays. Start by checking the temperature settings on your appliance. If that doesn't help, reach out to schedule service with the experts at Sears Home Services.
Refrigerator leaking water
An experienced technician can diagnose why a GE refrigerator is leaking. Water leaks are often caused by a clogged defrost drain. In some cases, you might need a new water inlet valve for your water dispenser. During service, the repair technician can also rule out a cracked pan, bad valve, and check all connections.
Ice maker not working
It's not uncommon for GE refrigerators to stop making ice over time. This can be caused by a faulty ice maker fill tube, ice clogs, and changes in water pressure. Our repair technicians know just what to look for when the ice maker on your GE appliance isn't working as expected.
Ice build up in freezer
Ice buildup leads to freezer burned foods and reduced efficiency. If you're noticing changes in your GE freezer's auto-defrost cycle or finding more ice build up than normal, start by checking the temperature settings for your freezer. If you're not able to identify a cause, we'll help you troubleshoot. Ice build up isn't a problem isolated to GE refrigerators, and the team is knowledgeable at servicing all major appliances facing this issue.
Scheduling regular appliance service on your GE refrigerator helps to ensure that it'll work efficiently and effectively for a long time. Routine GE refrigerator maintenance can also prevent costly, unexpected repairs. The experts at Sears Home Services can also help you learn more about the Kitchen Appliance Check-up package and Home Warranty options.
Why choose Sears Home Services for GE fridge repair?
We know GE refrigerators
Sears Home Services experts are certified in servicing GE refrigerators, as well as refrigerators and major appliances from other manufacturers. If you want a regular maintenance plan or need help troubleshooting a major issue, trust that our experienced technicians can help you keep your GE fridge running well. All repairs come with a 180-day workmanship guarantee. And, if our technician knows that the problem can't be repaired, all you'll typically pay is an affordable service appointment fee.
Maintenance issues can escalate quickly with many appliances. The certified experts at Sears Home Services are here to help. Flexible scheduling online or over the phone makes it easier for property owners to plan for maintenance or request same-day service.
We know how helpful it is to receive confirmations or changes about your GE service appointment. When you've scheduled service, rest assured you'll get all the updates you need via text, email, or phone-whichever you prefer.
Appliances are an investment for your home, and warranties and protection plans can help ensure a long lifespan. Protect your GE refrigerator by asking your certified tech about our Home Warranty appliance plans. With a single protection plan, you can get the coverage you need for multiple appliances in your home.
GE refrigerator repair FAQ
Is it worth fixing my GE refrigerator?
Quality refrigerators are made to last a long time, but they aren't maintenance-free. Some issues can go undetected and lead to bigger, more expensive repairs. With proper maintenance, you can count on your GE refrigerator to work hard for well over a decade.
How much does it cost to repair the GE refrigerator?
Costs can vary by the type of issue, the time required to complete the repair work, and whether a new appliance is necessary. It can also depend on whether or not you have a protection plan. Luckily, when your GE appliance does need a new part, the certified experts at Sears Home Services have access to most items right at the store. If your GE refrigerator can't be repaired, all you'll typically pay is an affordable service appointment fee.
How long do GE refrigerators last?
Your GE refrigerator might run great for 10 to 20 years. With proper maintenance, many homeowners find that their refrigerators may even last longer!
Where can I find GE refrigerator repair experts near me?
Your trusted GE refrigerator repair experts are right around the corner. When you need to schedule maintenance, plan a visit with Sears Home Services online or over the phone.
What should I do if my GE refrigerator is not cooling?
If your GE refrigerator isn't cooling, you may have issues with clogged coils, the condenser fan, or failing gaskets. Homeowners should check to make sure food packaging isn't blocking the vents and inspect the quality of the seals around the doors. If the issue isn't obvious, schedule service with a Sears Home Services expert.
What parts can break on a GE refrigerator?
Many refrigerator parts may wear down or become damaged over time. The most common part repairs needed for GE refrigerators include:
- Water inlet valve
- Door gaskets and seals
- Defroster sensor
- Condenser or evaporator fan motors
- Water filters
How much does it cost to fix a GE fridge with a broken seal?
Broken seals around the doors are an easy and affordable repair. Parts are in stock for most GE refrigerators, making it a fast, affordable task for service technicians to complete.
Call now to schedule your GE fridge repair appointment
Sears is an appliance repair company you can count on. The experts at Sears Home Services are certified specialists for major household appliance repairs.
With many years of experience maintaining appliances, you can count on them for washer repairs, dryer repairs, dishwasher repairs, range repairs, and more. Our experts can help provide routine maintenance and quality appliance repairs at your home.
When it's time, count on us to help you get the appliance repair service you need. Call us or visit us online to schedule an appointment for GE refrigerator maintenance.
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