GE TBX25PR icemaker door stuck open
Posted 19 September 2005 - 05:22 PM
I have a TBX25PRBSLCC GE Profile refrigerator/freezer (top/bottom) and the in-door ice despenser contraption is not functioning properly. The little outlet door is stuck in the open position (by spring tension) and the icemaker therefore freezes up. I can close the door by hand, but there is nothing to keep it closed, though I can feel places on the back of the door where an "arm" might have gone before. Could you folks help me find out what I need and how I get into the door to get to those parts? Thanks!
BTW, the parts didn't "disappear," I just moved into this house and the refrigerator was left by the former owners.
Posted 19 September 2005 - 05:32 PM
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. A small spring slides over the crank on the right side of the door. The little circuit board is called a time delay.
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