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MOST HAVE A PAN UNDER THEM TO CATCH IT THEN THE FAN EVAPORATES IT BUT YOU HAVE TO DETERMINE WHERE IT COMES FROM . WE CAN NOT AS WE ARE NOT THERE POSSIBLY WHEN IT AUTO DEFROSTS .

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there is a removable the back of the freezer that comes out to access it

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Check to see if the bale is caught on an ice cube. The bale senses the level of ice cubes in the bin. Sometimes an ice cube will get stuck, keeping the bale up which stops the whole ice making process. Sometimes this will cause the water feed to freeze. If you can get at any of the tube to feel if it is frozen (crunchy ice inside) hit it with a not-too-hot hair dryer.

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Check the manufacturers website under support.

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Sounds like it’s a defrost problem and maybe a fan prop too. Call for service.

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That company is being sued in a class action for their ice makers. With that in mind there is a tecnical bulletin for certain units and the repair is a three step process, defrost the unit and check the ice maker fill tube. They tend to move out of position, press it back into position and use a caulking sealant around the tube, the last thing is to check for a lip around the ice maker holder in the freezer, if it is present you need to trim it back. As a last resort, you can change the main board.

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Maybe dampervis shut between fridge and freezer. If it’s new, call warranty service

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4388932 is the part number for the adaptive defrost control located behind your control panel. If your defrost heater and defrost thermostat test ok then by order of deduction you need the board.

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It is not going into a defrost cycle and you have ice build up between freezer supply vent it frig side. It could be a defrost timer, defrost termination switch or defrost heater problem.

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DEPENDS YOU DISCONNECT THE WATER LINE FIRST THEN UNPLUG THE ICE MAKER AND NORMALLY LIFT IT AND PULL AWAY FROM SIDE OF THE UNIT

GE Refrigerators | 115 views | 0 helpful votes


yes, compressors wear over time but usually last 10 - 20 years +, but there are always premature failures. A fridge working in a very hot climate also works harder.

GE Refrigerators | 339 views | 1 helpful votes


Check the drain line by looking from the back of the refrigerator and make sure it is running into the drain pan. Also check to make sure the drain line isnt stopped up or the pan is over flowing with water. If That checks ok if you have an ice maker and water dispenser you will have a water line hooked to the back of fridge, make sure it isnt leaking at connection then it runs up through the side of the door to the ice maker. Also after the ice makes it fills a trough with water maker sure that isnt pulled out and the water is pouring down. Most common thing is if you have moved the fridge lately the drain line got moved and isnt draining in pan just pouring onto floor. Most of the time it is a drain related issue.

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Unload the drawers. Pull the drawer all the way out until it stops. Then lift the front of the freezer drawer (a couple of inches), and pull out further (4-6"). The front will then lower to the floor. Lift the back of the drawer upward and slid the entire drawer forward. You may want to protect your floor.

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