Question about Refrigerators
Replaced a mother board on a ge refrigerator i am wondering is the ice maker connection on the mother board. after instaling the motherboard everything works but the ice maker
From what I know of ge, ice makers are independent. Mother board has no control over I'm. How old is this fridge. Some of the newer ge are made by Samsung and are control.
Posted on Nov 25, 2012
Did the ice maker work prior to the board replacement?
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First clean out the condensor coils. If you have pets it should be done at least 3 times a year. The other possible problem is if the gasket in either the fridge or freezer is worn out or has a gap it will not cool properly. Check that the fan underneath the unit by the condensor coils is running when the compressor is . Some smaller refrigerators have only condensor coils on the back and no fan. These units should have room for air flow on top and sides not built in flush with cabinets. Buy a thermometer for both the fridge and freezer compartments. You run the risk of food poisoning if the fridge temp can not be kept below 40 degrees. Freezer temp should be able to keep at least 0 - 5 degrees. (Ice cream is a very good indication of proper temp. It is the first thing that melts. Ice maker is a close 2nd.)
If these things don't work call for repair. Don't risk losing all your food!
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
Perhaps your freezer isn't set cold enough - or your freezer door seal is not sealing correctly and the ice cubes are melting in the bin and sticking to one another and the spiral screw that delivers the ice.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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