Question about GE (PSS26MSRSS) Side by Side Refrigerator
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Side by side GE Monogram ZIS42NSB
Ice maker fill tube appears to be freezing. Tube from water valve to fill tube is blocked until I defrost it. Once defrosted it makes a couple of batches of ice and then freezes again. Water valve appears to be operating and delivering the correct amount of wate when detached from fill line. I replaced fill tube heater but it did not correct problem. New heater and old measured same resistance so I was not surprised that it did not correct problem.
When does fill tube heater activate? I can check to see if it is getting power if I know when it activates during the cycle.
Any other suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, this has been a regular problem with mine for 6 years. It started within the first week of installation. I suggest calling GE and keeping track of when you called, who you spoke to, etc. Every single part has been replaced at lest once and I am still without reliable ice. I have been asking or a replacement since day one. GE is not good on the customer service end of things.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
SOURCE: too much wate flow into icemaker
it over filling or it leaking from the mold i never seen thi model over filled mold when i see wtr in bin is usually the mold that is leaking you can check with a mirror or remove to inspect is texture is peeling off repl entire ice maker if is ok then repl wtr valve is not closing when it has filled the mold you only need 4oz of wtr
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
Ice makers have limit switches, thermal temp sensors, heating element and if anything gits out of order with these parts they will begin to do strange things like that. Now if you would like to remove it and have a look at the internal parts you may find the problem. They are a little easy to loose parts so be careful if that's your choice. A series of about six different cycles happen when they fill until the time it empties and begins again. They may cost less if you don't see what wrong to purchase a new ice maker. If you would like more help feel free to ask, Thanks, Sea Breeze
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Aug 04, 2009
all is normal with the defrost heater getting red hot.
as far as the inlet tube freezing, you most likely need a new water inlet valve. it may not be closing all the way and water is slowly dripping into the icemaker and freezing up right away. a new valve should fix your issue. here is the part that you need. http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-TFH27PRSA-%3d%3di1032629&PartID=1032629
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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