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Icemaker Not Producing Ice - products.geappliances.com
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New Icemaker Not Producing Ice - GE Appliances
New Icemaker Not Producing Ice. If the refrigerator icemaker has just been installed, there are a few things that must happen before it can produce ice:
P1 is a indicator of a slow or clogged drain check to make sure that every thing is draining good if line is clear make sure pump is coming on to pump the water out of the bin. once all is clear unplug the unit for an hour then plug back in this will clear code unless you still have a drain issue.
Did the ice buildup appear to resemble the water overfilling the top of the ice maker? The only thing that I believe that may work is removing the ice maker, clean the excess ice buildup.dry and reinstall the ice maker and see it works. If the ice is above the normal level the ice can cause the motor that pushes the ice out of its slots to strain more than the gears or motor can handle stripping the gear or damaging the motor beyond repair, When harvest takes place the first thing that happens is a heater below the ice maker warms the cubes a little just enough to allow them to slide out of their slots and fall into the ice bin. The ice make for your model does not have replaceable parts and if bad or damaged it is less expensive and time consuming to by a new ice maker. If the water fills above the top of the ice maker it is usually the fault of the water control valve not closing all the way once it fills the ice maker after each harvest. Did water refill the ice maker when you cleaned it? Did the water overfill after you cleaned out the ice maker? What I am asking is water over filling ice maker again after you cleaned out the excess ice? If the water continues to flow from the WR57X10032 Water Inlet Valve
Good day, The ice maker speed of production is determined by the freezer temperature. If the freezer temperature is warmer than normal then the cycle thermostat in the ice maker will take longer to reset for the next harvest, causing low ice production. More important, the condenser fan motor running too slowly can cause the compressor to run overheated and cause serious and expensive damage. If in your opinion, it is running too slow, the issue should be addressed as soon as possible.
That bar your talking about goes to the full up position just before the end of the harvest cycle then falls right at the end of the cycle. But on a good day it barely drops. Characteristic of that ice maker. If you ran water over the ice maker try these 2 things. 1. Remove the ice maker and leave it on the counter for about 2 days to completely dry out. Then re-install and try again. 2. If no luck, hang a small weight to the middle of the wire to see if it will drop on it's own. 3. If no luck, you'll have to replace the ice maker. However, if your commited to buying a new ice maker, first snap off the front cover and look for interference where the wire goes into the ice maker. You can actually remove the whole solid state front end by removing the 3 screws that hold it on and make a more detailed check. P.S. pull the wire out of the ice maker before this last step. It simply pulls out.
ice maker for ge profile wont' make ice.Unplugged elect supply from both waterin the door coil and ice maker coil.Plugged water in the door elect to ice maker valve coil and pressed water in the door input sw out front and got water to ice maker so this let me know it wasn't the solonoid valve.Got another ice maker unit plugged in and mounted waited several days still no ice.