Question about Jenn-Air JCD2295KES Stainless Steel
The icemaker on this unit has overfilled the bin since day one. The ice spills out onto the dispenser drive housing at the back of the bin. There is no guidance in the install manual for this problem.
The metal off/on arm may be disconnected. A full bin should keep the arm in the up position and shut off the ice maker.
Remove, then re-insert the metal arm in the back of the ice maker control head.
Make sure that a full bin of ice activates the control arm.
You may need to buy a replacement arm that is longer so that the ice catches on the arm.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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