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carefully removed the trim from around the dispenser area by gently prying the trim off careful not to brake it. then freed
the catches in the top of the electronic card. I leaned the card
forward and disconnected the electrical connections, then removed the
card. I removed the four screws holding the shield to the door and
removed the shield. Then I removed the funnel from the shield and
removed the spring from the old funnel and placed it on the new one. I
removed the light and socket from the old shield and installed the in
the new one, then installed the new funnel on the new shield, used the
four screws to install the assembly on the door and replaced the trim
piece. Here's a DIAGRAM to help.
1. Disconnect the unit from the electrical supply.2. To remove the ice maker:a)Open the freezer door. b)Close the spring-loaded emitter doorand open the ice maker door. c) Push the ice maker door to the left sothat the right pin disengages from thepivot arm, then lift the pin out of thepivot, and remove the left pin. Thanks.
Easy... The door alignment adjustment is done at the top hinge. Pull up a step-stool, then remove the hinge cover. Under there you'll see three screws, I think they're 5/16". Loosen these (since your door has dropped, they're probably already loose), then lift up on the door handle to align it with the other door... while keeping the door aligned, tighten the hinge screws (and put alot of torque on 'em to keep 'em from loosening in the future). Now just replace the hinge cover and your done!
In my case with constant snow and frost build-up in my bottom drawer GE
freezer, it was because the drawer never properly closed. As one user
noted, "there is no adjustment." However, there are "catches" at the
rear of the drawer glides and in my case one needed adjustment because
it was preventing the drawer from remaining closed tightly. SEE
PHOTOS. The photos show many items removed, but to make this repair,
you only need a butter knife to pop out the black plastic catch
mechanisms at the back end of the drawer glides, and only if you can
see that the spring is not properly positioned. SEE PHOTOS
The pan is for holding the defrost water for it to evaporate. If the milk creates an odor, you can acces the pan by removing the front panel under the door (usually). The pan will probably come out so you can clean it.
If you can pull the freezer drawer out, check to see if there is anything on the floor of the freezer. You can also try reinstalling the drawer. When you take the drawer out make sure that the spring loaded door catches on the sides are facing towards you. That is if it has any.