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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE SmartWater Filter - Model MWF
make sure filter is installed correctly (not to doubt you but it can happen) make sure there isn't some foriegn object or packing materialetc in the filter end. You could have a bad filter. also make sure the unit is purged well
Posted on May 15, 2008
I have had the same problem with the same model several times in the past. It also happens to me within a few days of replacing the water filter.
In my case, I believe the water line in the freezer door has become frozen. I usually let the freezer thaw for a couple of hours, and my water works again.
I have had constant problems with this model. I would recommend trying to sell your fridge now while it's still running, before the real headaches begin (mine has died 2x in the past six months, and I have not even had it for 2.5 years yet). No more GE's in my house.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: Fridge Makes Cubes But No Water
Get part number WR49X10173 from Consumer Relations (800-386-1215. (Free; be sure they understand how long you have had to deal with this issue) ($38+ if you buy part on line)
The part includes instructions to install, but not how to remove the control panel. Here's how: Look from below the panel to observe 3 holes (aprox. 1/8" dia) located in a long narrow depression. Observe that there is the edged of a plactic tab visible partly covering each hole. Use a pointed tool such as a shish-kabob skewer to carefully probe the hole at the right or left end, and carefully pull the control panel forward on the side with the hole you are probing. This will help release the tab, allowing the panel to come off. Repeat for the opposite side.
The instructions with the part take over from here. The part is a loop of wire that provides a bit of heat to keep the area warm, and is held in place by some aluminum tape, then spliced into the red and the black/white wires on the 6-wire harness on the left side of the control. BE SURE the power is OFF!!!!
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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