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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Assuming the temp inside the freezer is at around 0 or -2 degrees, it should dump ice every ~50 minutes or so. Again, depending on temp's, an Ice Bin should fill within 24 to 48 hours. If your freezer temp is running at around 10 degrees, everything will obviously still be frozen (below 32), but the ice maker will take longer to freeze the water than it would if it were at 0 degrees. Open both doors and place the palm of your hand on the partition between the freezer and Fresh Food compartments... (where the door gaskets seat when they're closed). The temp of the partition should be about 5 or 10 degrees warmer than body temp., If it's hotter than that, you found the problem. Either the condenser coils are dirty and need a good cleaning OR your condenser fan motor (the fan in back, near the floor in the compressor area) is failed or about to fail.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
SOURCE: Ice build up in freezer
Defrost system failure.
Defrost timer, heater, therma disk, any one could be bad.
You could manually defrost and this would get the Ref back to working for a couple of days before it iced up again. Remember there is a lot of ice build up on the cooling coils in the freezer that you can't see so, a little extra time with a hair dryer is needed to do a complete manual defrost.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
filter for this refrigerator is optional. The
GE part number is: WR97X0214, or one of the box stores also carries a universal
filter. Just make sure it for a ¼ inch line. The water filter is located on the
back side of your refrigerator, and will have to be pulled out from the wall.
Use caution not to break the water line when pulling/rolling it out.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Remove the freezer bins and shelves.
Remove the rear freezer panel.
The drain is on the bottom center of the freezer after the rear panel is removed.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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Sep 23, 2011 | Refrigerators
The type ice makers made for your model and other models require
no lubrication and are one of the most used parts of your refrigerator
especially if there is a large family and lots of ice used daily. They never
seem to stop working while the average refrigerator last 15 to 20 years the
average life of an ice maker is only 5 years. Even ice makers that have replaceable
parts the repair parts are more expensive in most cases than complete
replacement. Below is an example of an average ice maker that Whirlpool and
Maytag uses that have the Teflon coating in the ice slots. Your model is
Model WR30X10093 Ice Maker and has electronic controls and no replaceable
parts. Thanks, Sea Breeze
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