The problems covered by the warranty on a GE refrigerator vary from model to model, as not all models come with the same warranty. Full details of what is covered are available in the written warranty in the product's Use and Care Manual.
Many of the GE refrigerator Use and Care Manuals are available on the company's website. Most GE refrigerator models are covered by a one-year limited parts and labor warranty, which states that GE provides all parts and labor related to servicing any part that fails due to a defect in workmanship or materials. Models that include a water filter, such as the GE Profile Series 48" Built-In Stainless Side-by-Side Refrigerator, usually come with a 30-day limited warranty that states that the company is obliged to provide a free replacement water filter cartridge if any part of the unit fails due to a defect in workmanship or materials.
GE Profile Series models come with an additional five-year limited warranty that covers all parts of the sealed refrigerating system. This includes the evaporator, condenser, compressor and all tubing. If any of these parts should fail due to the same defects already mentioned, GE covers all parts and labor required to repair the problem.