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Ge refrigerator not making ice but once a week I dont know why it worked great and then it stops then a week later its fine again???????????????????????????????????????????????

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  • okcme2009 Jul 24, 2009

    thank you again my ac went out in my home and yes its been hot very hot I will give this a try again thank you

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I think your re fridge is getting to hot it will only make ice if it can freeze it, if its not staying cold enough it will cease making ice, with the weather we have been having hot one week hotter the next rain and get cool well 89deg beats 109 your refridge may be struggling to keep its cool pardon the pun. I don't think there is anything wrong with it but it is hard on the pump when it gets that hot try putting a standard box fan blowing at the coils so that it helps move some of that hot air away from it this should help some.


best wishes okcfirewall

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