About General Electric
General Electric Company (often called GE for short), is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in Schenectady, New York and headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut. It operates through four main segments:
- Technology Infrastructure
- Capital Finance
- Consumer & Industrial
General Electric was formed in 1892 by the merger of Edison General Electric and the Thomson-Houston Electric Company. General Electric was listed on the newly created Dow Jones Industrial Average in 1896, one of the original 12 companies listed the only one remaining on the Dow index today.
GE’s appliance division currently offers around 400 products, from refrigerators and freezers to ovens, washers and dryers. All of GE’s products meet the Energy Star standards.
GE make a fantastic number of ranges. Any new gas or electric range has to meet all your cooking needs for years to come, whether you’re heating a simple pan of beans, or creating a large thanksgiving meal for the family.
GE make both gas and electric powered ranges for slide-in, drop-in or free standing spaces. There current line up for which you can find GE range parts for is in the following categories:
GE Induction Ranges
GE Gas Ranges
- Free-Standing Gas Ranges
- Slide-In Gas Ranges
GE Electric Ranges
- Free-Standing Electric Ranges
- Slide-In Electric Ranges
- Drop-In Electric Ranges
GE Dual-Fuel Ranges
- Free-Standing Dual-Fuel Ranges
- Slide-In Dual-Fuel Ranges
GE Range Parts
Although GE is one of the top home appliance manufacturers available and their ranges are some of the most reliable and sought-after on the market, there are always times when you may need to source a spare or replacement part. By sourcing GE range parts and replacing them yourself, you can save a fortune on repair and call-out charges.
You can find the more common replacement parts at your local kitchen and home appliance store, however for the biggest range of parts and cheapest prices we recommend sourcing them online. Many of the large applince replacement parts web sites have millions of parts in stock for all manufacturers and can help you find the exact part you need. Some even have instructional videos showing you how to carry out the repair yourself. These online replcement parts sites are perfect for finding GE range parts.