Question about GE Profile PFSS6PKX Bottom Freezer French Door Refrigerator
The icemaker fills up with water and freezes, but will not push the ice out after it's frozen. How can I trouble shoot this problem?
It is the motor that drives the ice out and it can be replaced with a new one from online or just replace the complete icemaker for less than $150 or so if you check around the web. They are readily pulled out with just a few screws holding them in and the wiring is just a snap in process. Cheaper than a service call to just replace it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ice makers have limit switches, thermal temp sensors, heating element and if anything gits out of order with these parts they will begin to do strange things like that. Now if you would like to remove it and have a look at the internal parts you may find the problem. They are a little easy to loose parts so be careful if that's your choice. A series of about six different cycles happen when they fill until the time it empties and begins again. They may cost less if you don't see what wrong to purchase a new ice maker. If you would like more help feel free to ask, Thanks, Sea Breeze
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: Ice shoot freezes up
If you use a lot of crushed ice , then it will freeze up . Also if it does not open completely or close completely , the plunger and solenoid for the dispensor flap could be rusted .
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Ice maker bad or the ice maker water valve mounted on the same bracket as the dispenser is bad. These frigs are prone to bad ice makers after a few years.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Sounds like the damper or damper belt may be at fault. The cold air enters the refer compartment through the damper in the back. If that damper is not controled to close/open as needed it is likely stuck fully open all the time. That will let cold air in no matter what the t-stat says. See if you can view with a mirror and see if the damper "blinds" are fully open. If the t-stat is turned all the way down the dampers should close, as less cold air is needed. Then, as the t-stat is turned up, the dampers open to let in cold air from the freezer compartment. Let us know what you find and we can go from there.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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