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GE Monogram refrigerator ice maker problem

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Have a GE refrigerator, model ZISS48ONXSS that has been in a new house plugged in for 4 years, finally sold.  The ice maker is not working or at least it is not being activated.  Have water to the splitter in top, nothing in filter. Seems to be a problem with the icemaker calling for water. Any help would be appreciated.

 

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Provided the green led is lit, you may attempt a diagnostic test cycle that will engage a harvest cycle followed by a water fill.

 

During the first 15 seconds that power is first applied to the icemaker, push the feeler arm from the "out" position to the "in" position and back again 3 times (and only 3 times) within 15 seconds.

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Update on ice maker. The solenoid is not activating the water valve, have water to that point.

 

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This icemaker does not have a green led.  I did try that combination earlier with no luck. The on/off switch is a white switch that basically pushes in the feeler arm, not black toggle type

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On that ice maker, you can just move the fingers around by hand, say 180 degrees. It will then start running on its own.

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I have tried that option also. I do have power coming in. Think I will get a new one to rule out if it is the icemaker or the refrigerator

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Ice maker Part number: AP4345120

Part number: AP4345120

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