It is not only quiet now .. but will remain quiet always (Mar, 1930)
It is not only quiet now .. but will remain quiet always
because all the machinery is sealed up tight, hermetically sealed . . . and permanently oiled
What a lot of claims you hear these days about quiet refrigerators ! Almost any good refrigerator is quiet—when it is new. But how are you going to pick the one that will remain quiet?
Step into a General Electric showroom, and your question will be answered forever. There you will see how quietly a General Electric Refrigerator may be expected to run in your own home—not merely for a week or two, but always.
On top of each General Electric Refrigerator you will see a round steel casing scarcely bigger than a hat box. Within that casing there is sealed the entire mechanism that will operate the General Electric Refrigerator for years—quietly, economically, dependably— without a thought or worry.
And sealed up with it is a permanent oil supply, which assures you of that same smooth quietness, that faultless operation, that utterly dependable service always. Dirt, that causes wear and noise, is shut outside forever. Moisture, rust—the beginnings of breakdowns and repairs—can never get within. General Electric mechanism is sealed up tight—hermetically sealed—not only against noise, but against trouble and expense.
For descriptive booklet, and our easy terms, write Section R-3, Electric Refrigeration Department, General Electric Company, Hanna Building, Cleveland, Ohio.
OF THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF OWNERS, NOT ONE HAS PAID A CENT FOR SERVICE!
GENERAL ELECTRIC ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATOR