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GE Icemaker Problem


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#1 jeffnoel

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Posted 01 June 2005 - 04:21 AM

We just bought a GE Profile Artica (model # PSC23SGRSS) side by side refrigerator. This is our 1st fridge with water in the door and an icemaker. It was installed on 5/18/05 and made some ice but then stopped. I noticed that the power on light was blinking which I have since learned meant it had gone into fault mode. I cycled the power and that made the light stop blinking but still no ice. I get water at the door still and just noticed that if I cycle the power it does attempt to fill the tray with water for about 0.5 seconds (so the line isn't frozen).  The extraction mechanism appears to be working as the arm is in a different position (rotating) each time I look at it.  Is there anything I can try or should I just call GE service, this better be warrantied!  Jeff

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Posted 01 June 2005 - 04:48 AM

Jeff, don't mess with it.  Call GE, just through the hoops and get a tech out there.  Let GE pick up the tab and solve the problem.  You have a new refer, you shouldn't have to worry about it.

Brian

 





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