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General Electric Ice Maker
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76 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS1993870
Manufacturer Part Number WR30X10093
This 10 by 5 inch ice maker (Electromechanical Icemaker Kit, Ice Maker Assembly) produces ice. This particular model will produce seven crescent shaped cubes every cycle. It is constructed of plastic and metal, and comes in black/white. This kit includes a set of installation instructions, a 4-pin round plug-in connector, 6 post plug-in connectors, tube and fill cup. The ideal temperature of a freezer is zero degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature in your freezer is at an appropriate level yet ice is still not being made, it could be an issue with the water inlet valve or your ice maker assembly. If you determine it is the ice maker, this is the replacement you need. The ice maker can break from normal wear and accidental damage. Ice makers will need to be replaced every 3-10 years depending on the frequency of usage and water quality. This model is mounted on the freezer wall.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker dispenses too little ice
  • Ice maker dispenses too much ice
  • Ice maker not making ice
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Installation Instructions
Michael from Bradenton, FL
ice maker not working properly and door seal worn
Two screws held the icemaker on. You do not even have to take them all the way out to remove the IM. Replacement of the water valve was just as easy except they (parts manufacturer) updated the flange nut with a compression fitting and it took me a minute looking at it before I realize what was going on. The door seal could not be easier, no tools just a few minutes of time Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Retainer Bar End Cap - Left or Right Side
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11 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS299562
Manufacturer Part Number WR2X9144
Sold individually.
Installation Instructions
rose from cleveland, OH
the little plastic thingy's were broken
I took the broken part off the bar, put the new part on the bar, snapped it into the fridge, threw the old part out, opened the fridge admired my work, while I was ther I grabbed a beer....couldnt have gone better. Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Refrigerator Water Filter
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14 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS951515
Manufacturer Part Number GSWF
This OEM filter is sold individually. Change your filter every 6 months for the best results. This filter is found in top-freezer and bottom-freezer refrigerators located in the back upper right corner. It measures 4.75-Inches deep, 9.5-Inches high, and 5.25-Inches wide. It is certified to reduce particles, chlorine-resistant cysts, lead and five other impurities. The pressure requirement is 40-120 PSI (if yours exceeds this, you?ll need to install a pressure-timing valve), and the operating temperature needs to be 33-100 degrees Fahrenheit. It filters down to 0.5-1 microns. The installation is simple and does not require any tools or mess. To remove the old cartridge, turn it to the left and pull down carefully. Some water might drip, so keep a cloth handy. To install the new filter, place it into the cartridge holder and turn to the right until it will no longer turn. If you have a top-freezer model it should be situated vertically, and if it is a bottom-freezer model, it should be placed horizontally. Be careful not to over-tighten. If your model has a replacement indicator light, reset it by pushing and holding it down for three seconds. If your model has a dispenser, run water through it for approximately 3 minutes to clear the system. Please note that this filter will not work in Kenmore brand models.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Not dispensing water
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Installation Instructions
Lois from Green Valley, AZ
I have weak thumbs
Required pliers to remove old - be careful. New went in very easily per instructions. Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Condenser Fan Motor Kit
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44 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS1957416
Manufacturer Part Number W10124096
This condenser fan motor kit includes a motor, fan blade, wire harness, and screws. Used in a refrigerator, the condenser fan motor moves the condenser fan blade to direct and move air across the condenser coil. Please note: The manufacturer has changed the appearance of the product from the original. The kit still functions the same as the original part. It is an OEM factory replacement. Make sure to unplug the refrigerator from the power source and wear gloves to protect your hands. Also, a helpful tip is to store food to prevent deterioration when the power is off.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Clicking sound
  • Freezer section too warm
  • Fridge and Freezer are too warm
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Installation Instructions
Josue from Jacksonville, NC
Seven year old condenser fan was making noise when it was running.
The process to repair was very simple, I removed the back of the refrigerator to expose the motor area. I then removed three screws that held the condenser motor in place. once it was loose I detactched the electrical harness and removed the old motor. I then placed the new motor in place and secured it with the screws and reattached the new electrical harness that came with the new part. Once completed I reviewed it to make sure I didn't miss anything. I then replaced the cover over the motor area and enjoyed my success in repairing my own appliance with no added cost for labor, which would have been expensive I'm sure. The part purchased came with clear and consice instructions very easy to follow. Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Door Light Switch
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14 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11738900
Manufacturer Part Number WP2149705
The purpose of the light switch in your refrigerator is to automatically turn on the light when the door is opened. If the light does not come on automatically when you open the door, the contacts inside the light switch may be burned out, meaning it is time to replace the switch. This package contains both the new light switch and a small plastic spacer. To complete this repair, you will need to remove the control panel section of your refrigerator. The only tools you will require for this repair are a 1/4-inch nut driver and maybe a small flat blade screwdriver. Be sure to disconnect the power source from the refrigerator before completing this repair.
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Randy from Hays, KS
Broken light switch
Took all the screws out of the plastic shroud that encloses the switch .There only four that I needed to remove, were the two in front where the switches that go,they go in horizontally and two in the back with large washers on them that hold the back to the top of the box that go in vertically.The switch was a snap ( make that two snaps ) the wiring is almost self explanatory. then it gos back to the way you took it off. OH! and don't forget to turn the light bulb all the way back in to the socket , so the light will work after you take the time to install it yourself.I had the water supply line from under the box to the water dispenser in the door and the total bill on that was one hundred thirty seven and a hand full of change.Don't be afraid to do it yourself the savings is enough on one one item to make several months payments on a new one Randy the "Handy Man' Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Affresh Ice Machine Cleaner
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3 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12583750
Manufacturer Part Number W11179302
This nickel-safe, unscented ice machine cleaner measures 16 fluid ounces and is used to remove mineral build-up and hard water and is compatible with several makes and models of freestanding ice machines. To use properly, turn off your ice machine and remove the existing ice left in your ice machine. Next, drain the water from your ice machine. Empty the entirety of this cleaner into the empty water pan and activate the cleaning cycle, and once the cycle is complete and you drain the pan again, the cleaning is complete!
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Lori from San Antonio, TX
Slow Ice Production
I used the cleaning solution that I purchased from you and my ice maker is now working perfectly !!!!

Thanks for the fast shipping !!

Happy Holidays !!
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General Electric Ice Maker Thermistor
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11 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11755741
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10503764
This is a bin thermostat made for standalone ice makers to activate the ice maker shut-off when bin is full. It senses how much ice is in the bin to determine if it should produce more ice or activate shut-off. The bin thermostat may need to be replaced if bin is overfilled, underfilled, or not producing ice. Thermistor can be tested with an ohm meter. This part is made of plastic and metal, and is white in color. This is an authentic part sourced from the original manufacturer.
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Ray from Terry, MS
Ice maker overfilling with ice and would not stop production when full.
Very easy to replace. Down load the Manual online for a completely operating manual. Thermistor can be tested with an Ohm Meter. Proper values are listed in operating manual. Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Water Tube Kit
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7 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11730901
Manufacturer Part Number W10823511
This is the replacement water tube kit for your refrigerator. This tubing is made of plastic, is 1/4 inch in diameter, and comes with 2 inserts. This tube may be longer than the original tube, and may need to be cut. This water tube transports water to the ice and water dispensers. If your refrigerator is leaking, or if the ice and water dispensers are not dispensing properly, you may need to replace this tube. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Leaking
  • Not dispensing water
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Installation Instructions
Trent from Tacoma, WA
water dispenser started leaking
i wasn't sure it was the inlet valve unit because the leak was at the water dispenser in the freezer door. after some research it looked like the water inlet valve located in the back lower part of the refrigerator was the problem. to replace, take off the cardboard cover, about 6 screws, you have access to the water inlet valve, disconnect the hoses (i think it goes without saying that you should have turned off the water to the frig) replace the inlet valve, connect hoses, turn water back on and you'll be back in business. very easy repair. Read more...
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General Electric Ice Maker Grommet / Tube Assembly
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5 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS292253
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X11168
This is a replacement fill tube and grommet assembly for your refrigerator. This part acts your water line to your ice maker. If you’re noticing water in the back of the refrigerator or any kind of leak, or if your ice bucket isn’t filling up with as much ice, you may need to change out the fill tube and grommet assembly. When you purchase this part, you get the water line, as well as the fill tube and grommet. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Leaking
  • Not dispensing water
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Installation Instructions
Chuck from Coraopolis, PA
Water leaking under the refrigerator only when water was called from water dispenser
To do this repair, I shut off the water supply first. After removing the back panel, I disconnected the first water tank (PS291933) tube from the valve near the back of the refrigerator by pushing the white ringclamp towards the valve which released the tubing (once disconnected I could clearly see the hairline crack in the tube responsible for the water). I then disconnected the other water tank tube from the connector located in the bottom left front of the refrigerator. Then, after removing the bottom shelves and compartments, I unscrewed the two screws securing the water tank to the inside back wall. Then I carefully pulled the water tank and the tubing out from inside the refrigerator. The installation of the new water tank was essentially the reverse of the above, with the exception that I had to use a 2x4 to prop up the refrigerator and my 7-year old daughter's hand to help guide the tube to the front of the fridge. One of the lines did leak initially, but stopped after I removed and reconnected the tube more securely. My only unfinished business with this part of the repair (which I'm not losing sleep over) is I'm not sure where to find the 'insulation wrap' that was around the water tank tubes inside the fridge.

During my investigation of the water tank, I also noticed the tube on the outside back of the fridge going to the icemaker was leaking, so I bought a new grommet & tube (PS292253). Installation was easier than the water tank, but was more of a mystery until the part showed up and I saw that only adhesive tape was used to secure the grommet to the hole in the outside back of the freezer near the icemaker. Again, only had to disconnect the tube from the valve at the bottom of the fridge and pull out the grommet from the top outside. (I did remove the ice cube tray from the inside to avoid contaminating it during the work). Then I connected the new tubing and secured the grommet to the back of the fridge using the adhesive tape. So far no leaks!


I also will likely need to add that WR49X10173 part to hopefully avoid my water dispensor from freezing in the future.
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General Electric Ice Maker Single Outlet Valve Kit
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21 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS304375
Manufacturer Part Number WR57X10033
The water inlet valve on your refrigerator allows water to enter the ice maker and water dispenser. If your ice maker or water dispenser is not functioning properly, or you notice a leak, you may need to replace the single outlet valve. This single outlet valve has 1/4-inch compressions fittings and is intended for use with refrigerators that make crescent-shaped ice cubes. As per the manufacturer, this valve has a new quick connection. You must cut the retaining nut off your current plastic water line, and gently push it into the new valve. Be sure to disconnect the water and power sources from the refrigerator before you begin this repair.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Ice maker won’t dispense ice
  • Leaking
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Installation Instructions
Michael from Bradenton, FL
ice maker not working properly and door seal worn
Two screws held the icemaker on. You do not even have to take them all the way out to remove the IM. Replacement of the water valve was just as easy except they (parts manufacturer) updated the flange nut with a compression fitting and it took me a minute looking at it before I realize what was going on. The door seal could not be easier, no tools just a few minutes of time Read more...

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