Question about Refrigerators
Only a few things that would cause this problem. So lets start with the easy one. It is possible the tech forgot to turn the icemaker on. If the icemaker has a metal arm just push it down to turn it on. Most GE model icemakers have a little toggle switch on the front of them, Just flip that puppy to on and viola.
The second thing would be the refrigerator is not getting cold enough for the icemaker to cycle. The best test for this is a thermometer. To function properly the freezer needs to get to 0 degrees or colder. If you dont have a thermometer then check your ice cream. If it is soft then you have a refrigerator problem and not a icemaker problem.
3rd possibility. This is probably easier than the first. The tech installed the icemaker and forgot to turn the water on.
I hope one of these fixes the problem so you will give me a FIXYA. I am glad to help. mca0824
Posted on May 02, 2008
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