Question about GE (PSS26MSRSS) Side by Side Refrigerator
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My ice maker doesn't work for long period time about 1 month. Today I have touched a arm and something mad full turn inside ice nmaker, then water fills the ice maker, but after that, 2 hour later it still not working. I can feel a ice in there, but that removal ice arm doesn't turn.
What do you is there problem?
Hi Vadim, You should have a steady light showing on the ice maker. If the lead is flashing, it's either a thermistor failure or ejector not home. The reasons why the ejector blades will not home is because of a magnet failure, control board failure or a stalled motor. The feeler arm could also be sticking. The control board contains 2 sensors that are activated by magnets. One magnet is attached to the end of the ejector arm to determine whether the ejector blades are at home. The other is located on the ice sensing arm, lets the control know whether the arm has reached a fully extended position. In a lot of these, I find the magnets broken. I think you can save yourself a lot of trouble by just replacing this ice-maker. Catriver.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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