Question about GE GSS20IEP Side by Side Refrigerator
You have an air leak permitting outside air to enter some where! Could be many parts around the ices maker!
it usually takes a good tech more than once to be sure whcih part is needed to be replaced. There is a door that permits the ice to drop. Could be one or more of many things!
You need hands on service!
Dryers exhaust from either of 4 directions! left side, right side, rear, or straight down through the floor!
Yes the outside exhaust vent may have a screen to keep small animals from going in!
If the screen is even half clogged with lint you will have the identical problem.
Please give me a good rating for this most likely solution, Please!
Remember if any appliance is 10 years old or more, a new one will be much much more cost efficient and pay for it self in only a couple of years!
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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