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General Electric stoves are of good quality and rated among the most reliable, according to Consumer Reports. GE's selection of cooktops, ranges and wall ovens are among the most reliable, requiring fewer repairs than Ki... More »

No General Electric residential stove is certified as energy efficient by the Department of Energy's Energy Star program. Energy Start does not certify stoves by any manufacturer as energy-efficient appliances as of 2015... More »

The age of General Electric stoves can be determined by the serial number. The second letter of the serial number indicates the year, while the first letter identifies the month of manufacture. A cross-reference chart to... More »

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Some common problems with General Electric electric stoves include no heat or partial heat from some burners, as well as excessive heat from the stovetop. The stove must be turned off before repairs are attempted. More »

Gas and electric stoves each have certain advantages, according to Consumer Reports. Gas stoves offer more control over heating and are generally cheaper to operate, whereas electric stoves are better at maintaining low ... More »

Customers can find new parts for General Electric ovens directly on the manufacturer's website. Customers may enter the appliance model or the part number, and the website also provides assistance locating the serial num... More »

No General Electric residential stove is certified as energy efficient by the Department of Energy's Energy Star program. Energy Start does not certify stoves by any manufacturer as energy-efficient appliances as of 2015... More »