Unfortunately, it seems to be a fairly common occurrence among our users that GE refrigerators simply stop making ice one day. Here are a few simple steps to get you back on track without needing to call a repair person.
- Some GE refrigerators have a “test” button on the control panel or on the icemaker itself which will run a series of tests and “dump” any ice in the icemaker. Give this a shot and see what happens.
- Then, ensure that nothing else has changed since it was making ice. For instance, no changes to the refrigerator water line, kitchen plumbing, sink, etc.. It is important that the water line has sufficient water pressure for the ice maker.
- Next, consider changing the water filter if you haven’t done so in quite some time. It is common that the filter gets clogged just enough to keep the water filter from receiving enough water pressure to fill the ice tray.
- If that doesn’t do it, you might want to simply replace the ice maker with this simple ice maker placement kit. This seems to solve most of the ice maker issues, can be installed in about 15 minutes and costs about $110. While it isn’t cheap, it is much less expensive than having a repair person out to fix it.
“Ice maker quit working after about 5-6 years. I ordered this ice maker and decided to tackle installation myself. I am a 50+years old and not very strong. My old ice maker popped out easily and new one in within 15-20 minutes. I couldn’t be more pleased.”
“My GE fridge stopped making Ice a while ago. I ordered one of these. The old ice maker came off easily. Once installed I turned it on and it started making ice right away. I honestly don’t know why I waited this long. Works great in my GE fridge.”
“After I made some adjustment to the water level, the new ice-maker has outperformed, even the original unit. If you need to replace your current ice-maker because it is faulty, try this one if it is one of the replacements for your model.”