Question about GE Cafe 20.7 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator - CFCP1NIZSS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try checking the hose that goes from the freezer to the water pipe it is hooked up to, it may be clogged. If you aren't sure if it is clogged just go to home depot and buy a new hose kit witht eh spout, it cost no more thna $20. This happened to me and when I replaced the old hose and spout with a new one it worked fine.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Remove the bottom kick plate . Follow the plastic line about 6" and you'll find a connector . Push in on one end of the connector and at the same time , pull the line out . Close the door and press for water . If no water comes out of the disconnented line , the water valve is probably bad . If water does come out , the line inside the freezer door is frozen . If this turns out to be so , you can lower the freezer temp for maybe days , or , put the food on the door, inside the freezer , tape the light switch down ( to keep the lite off and fan running ) and tape plastic over the freezer door opening so the freezer will continue to work . Reinstall the line back into the connector by pushing the hose firmly into place . Leave the freezer door open for maybe 1 or 2 days for thawing out , going by ocassionally and pressing the water dispensor . Important : lower the freezer temperature slightly to keep line from freezing again . ONLY CHANGE THE FILTER WHEN WATER FLOW SLOWS OR ICE CUBES GET SMALL . The change filter lite comes on by the amount of times water dispensor is used and to make money for the vendor .
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
It tends to be the problem of the valve. Connection is not proper it is not allowing water to ice maker. The valve can be checked with a volt/ohm meter if you.
You can ohm the solenoid of the valve and see if the circuit is open. You can also use the meter to check voltage to the water valve when the ice maker cycle starts. No voltage if the ice makes cycles or if the ice maker never cycles would indicate a problem with the ice maker.It tends to be an open solenoid circuit in valve.
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Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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