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GE Refrigerator TFX24RJB Refreshment Center


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#1 Otter

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Posted 14 September 2005 - 10:31 AM

The Duct Door on the ice chute of the Refreshment Center won't close. I can close it manually, but it falls open again. How do I access the insides of the refreshment center? I see no visible screws. Maybe double sided sticky tape on front bezel? Rear cover? Kindest Regards. Otter :huh:

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#2 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted 14 September 2005 - 12:32 PM

Ah, yes, the problematic GE ice chute door. See this thread for an extensive treatment of this subject.

#3 Jedi Appliance Guy

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Posted 14 September 2005 - 03:32 PM

     Oh wise and mighty Samurai,   Fermented Grand Master of Appliantology,  It does not bring me joy to point out the thread you selflessly posted a link to does not apply to this grasshopper's model. 

      While he may find a rusty chute door solenoid from being sweat on over the years it is not the 2001 computerized model with the bad doors.

      Otter, either turn off the power or hold the freezer doors open a little with your foot while you do this or you will be dispensed upon.  Take off the white rubber thing.  Remove the black plastic thing you just exposed.  Use a small flat screwdriver to pry off the little plastic cover with the writing on it.  You'll see 4 Phillips screws.  Piece of cake after that.  Looks pretty nasty under there doesn't it.

      The black and white flapper thing is your "chute door".  The white thing the door is attached to is called the crank.  That rusty thing that connects to the crank is your chute door solenoid.





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