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I'm thinking you have a Bad fan. Not circulating air? You should hear the fan running when you open the door.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 13, 2018

It would need to be checked at the main board to see if the sensor is ok. then the wires need to be checked one by one from the sensor to the main board to see if there is a problem with a wire inside the cabinet (non repairable).

Electrolux... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

There is no diagnostics that I know of on this one. It sounds like you have a different issue and more of a sealed system problem then anything.

without turning the unit off, remove the evap cover and look at the frost pattern. I am gonna bet that you only have a sliver down the left side and across the bottom like in the pic.

If that is the case then you would need to check for an inefficient compressor by tapping both the high and low sides to determine pressure. Once tapped,if a low pressure is found then you would need to isolate the system to find your leak.

This is not an easy thing to do and requires a lot of tools! I do not know your skill level so it might be time to go fridge shopping if you see this


GE Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

It sounds like you investigated already. If I read this right, you can take off the kick plate and disconnect the fitting coming from the fridge going to the dispenser in the door. right?

And if you hit the button while it is disconnected and water comes out then the line is frozen in the door. Check your freezer temp to make sure it isn't too cold and defrost the unit.. If it doesn't happen again then you are ok but if it happens again then you are either having a temp issue getting too cold in the freezer or there is a void in the door letting the line freeze. That would mean you need a door


Whirlpool... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

I am guess the "-" is really a "a" as you listed in your model#.

This is actually built by LG and stamped GE on the front. So there are two ways you can do this.. The first is to remove the door from the rails, then all the racks, then the rack guides,then the icemaker, then the back wall, then you can use hot water to melt the ice out of the trough (do not use a heat gun because the plastic liner will melt quite easily and be very careful as everything is pretty sharp behind there)

The easier way is to take off the back panel (you would have to do this anyway) and make sure the little black flapper on the bottom of the drain is not all gummed up with lint,pet fur,ect.. Then defrost the unit for 24 hours, unplugged and doors open.

Of course you will need to move your food but your finger,back and knees will thank you!

These tend to clog here anyway and digging the ice out from the inside is a severe pain! Do not cheat the 24 hours and leave the doors open!


GE Profile 22.2... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

you are missing four digits off the end of your model# but typically it s done the same way.

-the fridge door has to be open (you didn't say which one you are opening)

- Then you push the fridge temp and ultra ice for 5 seconds (I've seen people count fast and slow so just hold them both till you hear a beep)

That's it!

Kenmore... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

Unplug it for a couple of minutes, Try again. It may have been hit with a surge. IF that is the case, you are looking at main control board and some money. Contact your homeowners insurance if a surge has damaged it.

Maytag... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

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