GE Corporate Office Headquarters

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GE Corporate Office Headquarters HQ
General Electric Company
Address:
3135 Easton Turnpike
Fairfield, Connecticut 06828-0001 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-203-373-2211
Fax Number: 1-203-373-3131



GE is famous for their appliances, electronics, housewares, generators, finance, health care, lighting and aviation. GE's phone number is 1-203-373-2211 for their main office.

The company does encourage users to use their technical support system and help forums on their website.







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  1. LED miniature 100 lights-deliberate deception since inside on pamphlet it states they will only last 90 hrs., referred to as seasonal lights, yet they are 5 times more expensive, which we pay since LED rule is they last very long. Couldn't understand why these LED lights are out while the 100 regular miniature lights have been on for over a year. So I took them in to replace the fuse or bulb to read their life span is over. Will certainly never buy them again & make sure I tell everyone who will listen. Shame on you executives at GE for falling into the low-life people category, may you reap what you sow.

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  2. Purchased hot water heater 12 yr warranty on it. 1st year parts and labor 2nd thru 12th parts. Extended warranty after 12th year lifetime all parts and labor. To my surprise 10 yrs later heating elements no longer working. Contact store where purchased and GE no help not honoring any of warranties. Contacted 800 number spoke with one representative ( wasn't going well) requested to speak with a supervisor representative was to transfer me instead disconnected. Initiated another contact requested supervisor stated was transferring to escalation dept. (another Joke)transferred me to one of his co-workers. Low and behold another transfer to no where. GE shame on u and ur quality of incompetent employees. Ur warranties are boggess. Executives open ur eyes GEs reputation is falling. Obvious ur employees don't care hopefully u do!!!!! We the consumers r the ones who keep u in business! Shame shame shame!!!!!

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  3. I am trying to find a 15v incandescent light bulb I use to replace bulbs in Noma and other types of bubble lights produced from 1945 to mid 1960's. on bulb is GE640, on box is MTRG4100-H, and on box bottom # 284472. I would appreciate any help. 928-978-3297 Ray

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  4. I wish I had read the above comment’s before purchase. Our daughter bought us a stove/refrigerator for Christmas. The units came, wrong stove. GE said “thats the latest & greatest”. The replacement came, same wrong stove. GE is putting old Sears stock in current cartons. The bad thing is we have beennwithout a stive for 2 weeks and cannot get our old one back. The unit GE is crating dates back 3 years and must have been a lemon because they changed the internal design. I am tempted to call the state attorney generals office. GE is making Chinese ptoduct’s look “good?”!

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  5. I want to know who in advertising felt the need to show a little boy playing with a nursing pump in the new commercial??? It isn't funny and it has NOTHING to do with your GE products. We're not prudes, but who ever thought of this and whom ever okayed this idea should be fired or demoted. So sad to see a company with your reputation to show such lack of class.

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  6. I find it very peculiar that if one has a problem with a GE major appliance, one has got to go through the service department, then the customer care department and so on, without getting anything resolved. I would like to obtain the phone number for the GM of Major Appliances at GE. Naturally, this is almost impossible.mail delivery truck

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  7. purchased a very pricey ($4000) GE induction range in mid October 2018, delivery was delayed several times, finally installed Nov 9, started to fail at Thanksgiving, technician arrived a week later, ascertained induction module is faulty. Part was back ordered with no ETA. Contacted GE consumer advocate, took two weeks to finally receive part, another to schedule technician. Installed new module, unit failed that same evening. Reported problem to GE, received service appointment for two days later, which promptly was cancelled by GE (no tech available). Unable to get GE to admit they sold me a very expensive lemon and to exchange it. They offered $80 to "buy an electric hot plate" to facilitate preparing meals for my family. Tech now scheduled for Dec 29th -- Merry Christmas!

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  8. This is a "heads" up for GE corporate: large orders have been in the works for years, for the locomotive division. If all you need now is 20 bill., I would suggest that you get it from somebody who has it. The planned order will be for 2000 units [new freight railroad system] at30000 hp each { 465 ton drawbar}. Details will follow as time goes by

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  9. When my washer was 2 yrs. old it developed a squeal during the wash cycle. By the time a repairman came out it had stopped.Now 6 mos. later it started again. Repairman said it was the transmission. I wash maybe 4 loads a week. Very,very disappointed in your product. Of course I would never buy GE products again

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  10. I purchased a Laundry Center(stacked washer and dryer) less than one year ago. I had the "stainless tub" replaced 3 months after delivery due to rusting in the tub. That tub started rusting 3 weeks after being installed. GE will not replace! They say it's a "cosmetic defective" even though it is inside the "stainless tub" and effectives the performance of cleaning. After I disputed this, they began telling me that I must have done something to the machine to make it rust! I have done nothing but use approved detergent and fabric softener. After elevating the complaint through customer service they agreed to replace the tub, but I had to pay 1/2 the labor cost. WHAT! The machine is still under warranty! I said that this was unacceptable, and they should explain to me how this was my problem. Then they came back and said that I must have left wet clothes in the washer for days that caused the rust. Not true...but here's the 64 dollar question..... Why is a stainless steel tube rusting?????? I bought this type of tube so I would have a clean and sanitary tub. I understand why some grades of stainless steel may rust, but why GE use a low grade of stainless less in a washer tube who's soul function is to be exposed to moisture? I tried to elevate this problem above the Customer Service Supervisor, but she would not give me her last name, nor the name of her Manager. She said they are not allowed to and that her Manager does not speak to Customers. Also, she told me that she did not know the contact information for Ge Corporate offices and that I would have to go on line and find it for myself. She stated that they are the begin and the end of customer service complaints and that there is no where else to go to resolve your dispute. I have never heard of anything like this in my 40 years working in Corporate America. I did tell her that I felt like GE scammed me out of my money and now would not stand behind their product. I'm still looking for recourse with this Company to solve this problem.

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