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GE Profile : PFSS6PKXSS 36 25.5 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator, Ice/Water - Stainless Steel


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  • Integrated Ice And Water Dispenser With Temperature Display
  • ClimateKeeper With Dual Evaporators
  • Slide N Store Freezer Basket
  • Dimensions: (WHD): 35 3/4 X 69 3/4 X 35 5/8 In.
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Technical Details
Brand NameGeneral Electric
Item Weight188 pounds
Product Dimensions75 x 75 x 56 inches
Part Number PFSS6PKXSS
Form Factor french_door
Included Componentsice_maker, water_dispenser
  
Additional Information
ASINB0019MOKY0
Best Sellers Rank #14,999 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight598 pounds
Date First AvailableJuly 3, 2008
  
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GE PFSS6PKXSS 25.5 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator with Slide-Out Spill Proof Glass Shelves, Electronic Sensors, TurboCool/TurboFreeze Settings, External Ice/Water Dispenser and LED Lighting: Stainless Steel

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Also, the ice maker is very slow.
Tracy Lea Crews
The GE Profile refrigerator we have has failed every 2 to 5 years (3 times so far).
M. Loftus
We felt guilty selling it to anyone.
Laura & Richard

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Drew Erich on August 16, 2009
The fridge is nice over all lots of shelves to adjust etc. After about 8 months in I started to hear a knocking noise sometimes late at night coming from the fridge. Diagnosed the ice maker in the top left gets jammed up and tried to keep making ice it will not shut off so the gears that turn the ice into the bin just grind away. This is going on for about 5 months now and sometimes its once a week and lately its every day sometimes twice a day. I am in contact with GE to fix but other reviews many people were told it was normal and there was no fix. Just a fair warning if you are going to drop over $2k on a fridge I would make sure they have this issue fixed. If you look around on the Net its a very common problem with this fridge with a lot of very frustrated users and customer service techs trying to tell me its normal for my fridge to sound like someone is knocking on the door for 1 hour straight at all hours of the day and night which is unacceptable.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Shane on May 4, 2010
I purchased an expensive GE Profile French Door Refrigerator on 4/24/10. It was delivered on 4/26/10. First, I plugged the unit in and it failed to cool. I went through all the troubleshooting tips in the manual without any luck. After dialing 5 different phone numbers, I was able to speak to a GE representative. The representative walked me through the process of turning the unit on. I asked them why this information was not in the user manual...they didn't know. Immediately after the unit started to cool, I heard very noticeable noise coming from it. I called the GE service number, and they sent out their repair person. The repair person told my wife that there was nothing wrong with the unit. I knew better, so I made them come out again and stayed home from work to be there. The repairman agreed that there was something wrong. He opened up the back of the unit and said he fixed it. The unit is still not fixed properly. I talked to GE Customer Service Representatives (Tee - Employee # 682851 & Lanee - Employee # 644793), and I told them that my GE refrigerator was a lemon. I asked them to replace it. They said that GE will not replace a refrigerator unless it is completely broken. I do not believe that GE cares about customer satisfaction. I will continue to fight this battle with GE. I recommend against buying GE appliances. They will not stand behind their product.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Paul S Boyer on March 7, 2010
I have owned (and still own) several GE refrigerators. This is an assessment of all of them: never, never buy a GE refrigerator with a built-in ice-maker. The ice-makers have been included for decades, and GE still cannot make one which is reliable. Ask any repairman: the ice-maker is by far the commonest source of problems, especially the ones with a feed through the door. The ice-maker requires a separate water line; it is noisy; and when the tray is removed, it may take hours to get it back into place. The ice itself lies open to the atmosphere of the fridge, and picks up foul tastes. The system wastes energy. When kids use it, ice ends up on the floor, damaging the wood and causing a hazard. The little flap at the top of the dispenser sometimes does not close, and then ices up.

The whole ice-maker and ice-dispenser is a disaster. It shows how engineers sometimes can design something which must have worked in their labs, but does not work under actual, real-life conditions. What is amazing, is that in all these years, they have never come up with a really reliable, workable design.

I have warned you! Now just let your wife or the salesman persuade you to buy one, and you can find out for yourself.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By StefanieS on July 1, 2011
Loved this fridge. I'm talking...loved. Until I came home from a weekend trip to find my freezer had completely thawed out over the weekend and everything was garbage. Thought...hmmm...we did have some storms, lets see if the breaker was popped. Nope, no problems. It seemed to be running and everything seemed to be cold so I chalked it up to the power. Next week - same thing. The repairman said it needed a new compressor, fan, and motherboard. IT'S NOT THAT OLD! It was well over $400 to fix. I no longer love this fridge. In fact, I no longer love any GE appliances as the repairman said he would never ever buy them after getting calls about this very same issue on a daily basis.
BOOOOOOO!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SraRose on June 30, 2011
We paid almost $2K for this thing. We also purchased the extended warrenty for 3 years. The repairman was out every 6 months. The cheap plastic inside breaks and cracks continually and after the first 2 years, the plastic parts are NOT covered by warranty any more. The rubber seal on the door came off and that required replacement of the entire door - twice -- which they put on crooked so when you look at the front of the fridge, one door is higher than the other. It also required a special order so we had to take 2 days off, one for the diagnosis and another for the actual repair. The humidity control on the cheese drawer broke. The pulls on the veg drawers cracked. The veg drawers fall out of the track if you put anything heavy in them like onions, tomatoes, carrots, or lemons. My drawers are just resting on the bottom of the fridge.

After 3 1/2 years the motherboard went - $600 (out of pocket).

When the doors are closed, the "Open Door" alarm starts beeping. Somtimes if you pull out and push back in the basket and the drawers in the freezer, it will stop beeping. Sometimes I have to open the fridge doors and press the two door buttons to get it to stop. Still haven't figured out what that is.

Having the water dispenser inside the fridge is not a good idea. The water pressure is too low and it takes too long. You have to stand there for a whole minute filling a water bottle with the door open. And if you fill two, the door alarm beeps. The ater filters are $30 each. You can get them as cheap as $26 - if you buy a case of 6!

One repairman said he spends 80% of his time fixing just GE Profiles. The model is poorly designed, poorly made, with inexpensive parts that wear quickly. I cannot reccommend this appliance at all. I know now, almost 4 years later, that it was a fad, something shiney, new, and novel, but not worth the box it came in -- like a pet rock.
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