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I was at my local Sears today, asking questions about refrigerators and dishwashers. I was told to stay away from LG because their refrigerators are problematic and the company is experiencing problems that have resulted in very poor customer service and parts availability. The salesman also stated that GE is looking to get rid of it's appliance division and there is question as to who will own them and what support and parts availability will be like.
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Look up ge appliance business for sale.
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So part of it is true. What about the stuff about LG? Is that true as well?
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As a service tech for GE, I cannot say for sure about LG products, accept for the ones they build for us, and yes The products they build for us are problematic
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As a service technician for LG I have no problems getting parts.
As a DIYer you may have problems buying LG parts yourself.
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