GE Dishwashers

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Types of dishwashers

  • Type: built-in, portable, top-control, front-control, under-the-sink
  • Size: 18, 24 inches
  • Color: black, white, silver, bisque, slate
Country of origin: USA

Warranty and durability: full warranty period with free repairs guaranteed

Special recommendations

GE creates home appliances than can be installed and fixed by users. It’s recommended to read the manual before installing a dishwashing machine. Some tips provided by the producer also help to fix an appliance without the help of a professional.

History

General Electric is an American corporation with its head office located in Boston, USA. The company was established in 1878 by Thomas Edison. Being led by an advanced inventor, General Electric became a symbol of the innovative approach and fresh solutions for homes and businesses.

1900 became a starting point for the company’s release of many electric products. In 1905 GE presented its first electronic toaster. In 1917 General Electric established serial production of refrigerators, dishwashers, and stoves.

The company presented built-in, portable and under-the-sink dishwashers only a few years later. Having a growing number of competitors, GE counted on elegant design, large capacity, and unsurpassed quality for its dishwashers.

In the 1990’s the company started to pay extra attention to making its appliances eco-friendly. When a GE-produced dishwasher is on, it uses an exceptionally low amount of water, which makes a machine very economical and environmentally-friendly.

The General Electric dishwashers were created with a number of functions that distinguish them from other offers on the market. A level sensor, mixed water system, ultra pan spraying, auto interrupt function, salt indicator, remaining time indicator, memory, and advanced overflow protection system, - all these technologies were developed and presented by GE engineers in the last decade.