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Hi, My GE TDC18 is making a lot of noise. It looks like some ice has build up to close from a fan. Can you suggest me a solution? Thanks you, Régis.

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Remove and clean the rod that goes into the center of the solenoid, Note that to get access, depress the two holes on the undeerside of the top of the dispenser with a small punch or screwdriver tip.

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suspect you have a problem with the defrost system and hence the noise with the fan. take back panel off inside the freezer and if i'm right, melt ice off with a hairdryer. get back to me to say the results if you want

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SOURCE: how do you access the evaporator fan on a GE model GDS18LBR refriderator?

hi the fan is located under the floor of the fridge 6 screws on the floor remove the floor remove foam . replace the motor. thanks the appliance doc

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SOURCE: Ge monogram ice maker makes loud churning noise

Mine has been doing the same thing and foound it was the pump cavitating (dry). What caused it on my unit is there was buildup of minerals on the sides of the freezer plate so the ice slab wouldn't slide all of the way down onto the grid. When the unit would start the next cycle the water would ramp up over the stuck slab and down into the ice bin and then the pump would start making the noise. A related problem could be the cutter grid not heating so the slabs back up and results in the same issue. Look up into the freezer plate next time it makes the noise and see if there is a slab partially stuck.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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