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GE SidebySide Ice Disperser loud and not crushing ice


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#1 Golferdude

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 06:26 PM

I have a GE side by side, model GSS25QSTA, that is very loud when it drops ice out of the dispenser. And when you put it on crushed mode, about 95 percent of the ice coming out is cubed, very little gets so called crushed. It is more like some what broken cubes. Is there any way to adjust how much it is crushing? On how loud it is when it dispenses the ice, it is pretty much only when in the Cube mode...it drops a cube or two, clunk, another cube or two, clunk. It is like it has to start again...not very continuous.... Any ideas?

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 07:49 AM

The noise may or may not be related to the cube problem.

First off remove the ice bucket, tape the light switch down, and operate the dispenser with the door open and locate the noise. Its either coming from the flapper coil in the door or the auger motor in the freezer.
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