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GE PSCS5RGXSS Profile 24.6 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Counter Depth Side-By-Side Refrigerator

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Technical Details
Brand NameGE
Model InfoPSCS5RGXSS
Item Weight875 pounds
Product Dimensions0.3 x 74.5 x 39.7 inches
Item model numberPSCS5RGXSS
Part Number PSCS5RGXSS
Form Factor side_by_side
ColorStainless Steel
Included Componentsice_maker
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018YLM6I
Best Sellers Rank #12,262 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight885 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2008
  
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GE PROFILE SIDE-BY-SIDE FRIDGE*BRAND SOURCE ONLY*

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Spiritual Seeker on November 4, 2012
I've had this G.E. profile for slightly less than 4 years. It was OK at first. But in the first year two of the drawers have broken, the ice makers leaks down the refrigerator and onto the floor, the temperature control does not control the temperature on either side and the freezer thaws intermittently and my TV dinners get soggy, and yesterday both the refrigerator and the freezer gave out and stopped cooling. It still makes an excellent nightlight though. Oh and the ice maker gets clogged and then won't make ice. A little research on the net and I have discovered the motherboard breaks on these puppies and they stop cooling. I mean I have literally found DOZENS of unhappy owners who have had their machines no more than 4 years. Some less than one year and the cooling system stops. Figure a $700 bill for that, and figure the new mother board will last you about 1-4 years before it breaks too. This is a pervasive problem. If you figure one in every 10 people who have this same problem with their G.E. Profile's, write a complaint on line, then it's pretty much... yeah, everybody whose had one for 4 years. You'll be lucky to get 2 or 3 years from this machine. (by the way, G.E. dishwashers suck too. I know, I got a house full of new high end G.E. appliances furnished by the builder and I've had trouble with the dishwasher (recalled) the dryer and especially this dog of a refrigerator. A word of advice: When looking on line for reviews, do not trust the # of stars, you have to read the actual reviews because most of the people writing the reviews do so within a month or two of getting their appliance--sometimes the day it arrives. What the heck use is that, I ask you? (this is true of all appliances) What can they tell you on day one? It arrived fast? It's pretty?Read more ›
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nobody on June 17, 2010
Not only does GE make the most worthless piece of cr@p appliances, they also have the all-time worst customer service.

Have gone through two of these refrigerators. The first one shook and squeaked like crazy every time we opened its door. The repair tech's solution was to "level" the fridge. They "leveled" the fridge over 10 times in 18 months. The first fridge also frequently made a very loud, random clicking noise. The noise could be heard over the TV, movies, etc... It was extraordinarily disturbing, especially when the family is trying to have a quiet dinner or even watch a movie in the living room. After going through hell (about 20-30 hours on the phone and over a dozen useless, failed service calls) GE finally replaced the fridge (only because the developer of our new house forced the local sales rep to replace it; GE customer service basically told us to F-off). And the new fridge makes an even louder clicking sound! WTF?!

Avoid ALL GE products like the plague. They are a worthless company that doesn't give a rat's a55 about customer service and cares even less about taking thousands of your hard-earned dollars in exchange for a useless product that is designed to fail miserably.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ABCM4 on December 17, 2012
We purchased this fridge (slightly older version) and within about 4 years, it started to have the problems other reviewers have noticed. Intermittent thawing and then the fridge and freezer stopped cooling completely. We were given a discounted repair rate as this was a problem across the board. Then we had the puddling in the bottom of the fridge and today, we are expecting our second call in 5 months to repair the problem again even after the new kit was installed (again we paid for the repair at a discounted rate as this was another issue for these models). I have to say that we have been treated nicely by GE Customer Service, but honestly, I would steer clear of this fridge. It matched our builder installed other appliances and needed to be shallow depth so we spent more on it (shallow depth models are MUCH more expensive for some reason) than any other fridge/appliance we've ever had and it has been the least reliable and most troublesome appliance we have ever owned-GE or otherwise.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on February 16, 2013
Please do your self a favor and get a different refrigerator. Had mine for 4 years. It has been repaired 3 times. It over frosted and would not cool, ice maker does not work properly, and this last time I am told there is no fixing the problem it just will not cool to below 50 degrees. Paying this much for something I expect it to last longer and do what it is supposed to do. Not happy at all! Oh, and repairmen have stated the model is too difficult to work on and have had 2 walk away. If you do buy it despite it's bad feedback good luck, you will need lots of it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joe on October 23, 2013
Same issue as everyone else. Bought this fridge in 2010. Last Wed. (10/16/13) we come home and everything is defrosting. Move what I could outside to the 20 yr old maytag that is still working.

Called an appliance service and paid $120 to have him tell me that he can't find anything specific wrong with the unit, that I should try GE.

I checked the manual and while there is only a 1 yr warranty, there is a 5 year warranty on the sealed unit. Call GE while the appliance guy was there (10/17/13). They could come on Monday 10/21/13. A whole weekend without the fridge.

The GE guy comes and when I say I'm hoping this falls under the sealed unit warranty, he laughs and says that very rarely happens. The first question he asks is if we have a service contract on it (I did not). Turns out he believes it is the sealed unit and as long as I can reproduce the receipt showing less than 5 yrs old, it will be under warranty. Orders the parts and schedules to come fix it - Monday 10/28/13! Another week running in and out to the garage.

I'm not too confident that they'll get this machine working properly and if they do, how long before a circuit board S*** the bed that isn't under warranty.

I feel bad for those that don't have the luxury of a second refrigerator. I'm very thankful. I'm just surprised that a company like GE can't stand behind a $1500 piece of equipment for any longer than 1 year.
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