We all love a nice cup of coffee in the morning before we start our busy days. We freshly make it in our coffee machines or use our Keurigs. Now General Electric has done the unthinkable, coffee right from our refrigerators! Just when you thought appliances couldn’t get any savvier, General Electric and Keurig have teamed up to create a coffee-dispensing fridge called the Cafe series.
Having a dishwasher becomes very convenient when you don’t want to stand around washing and drying dishes after a big meal. However, it becomes very inconvenient when your dishwasher doesn’t heat and dry your dishes when it’s supposed to. Here are some reasons your dishwasher may not be heating and drying and how you can fix this problem.
At 1st Source Servall, we want to make sure that our readers and customers are aware of the latest appliance recalls to ensure your safety.
As of September 15th, General Electric has issued a recall on certain Top-Loading Washers. A component of the washer may potentially overheat, creating a fire hazard. The recall includes 3 different GE Profile high-efficiency models sold in the colors gold, grey, and white between June of 2003 and October of 2011. The affected models are:
FirstBuild is a micro factory that GE has established in Louisville, KY and is a place where innovators can come together and try to create new products. It challenges the community to design and make strides in the way we think of household appliances.Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how much energy or gases your refrigerator consumes? The days of using refrigerant to cool down your food may be very well behind us thanks to some new technology. This cooling technology is based on magnetocaloric effect; that transfers heat from the interior of the fridge to the outside of the unit. The effect can be traced back to first being observed back way in the early 1900’s. With today’s technology and manufacturing breakthrough, refrigeration by magnets is almost possible thanks to General Electric.Continue reading
At 1st Source Servall, we want to ensure that our customers and readers are safe and aware of important appliance recalls. As of November 3rd, GE has issued a recall on approximately 33,500 GE Zoneline® Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heating Units (PTACs) due to Fire Hazard Risk.