Question about Refrigerators
I have a GE GSL25JFTAB5 with same problem. On my refrigerator behind the icecube drawer is a square opening . In that opening is the solenoid that operates the lever for crushed or cubed ice. I removed this unit from the freeze and removed the solenoid. I then applied vaseline to the shaft and the inter part of the solenoid. The reason for this I discovered was frost forming on the interior of the solenoid causing it to freeze up and not engage the lever for cubed ice. I reinstalled the unit back in the freezer and it has been operating fine for the past month. Good luck, ART
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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