I am looking for the arm that controls the amount of ice that falls into the bucket. It seems mine is broken off. In my old refrigerator, the arm is attached to the ice maker, rises up when the ice is going to fall, then goes back down and stays there until more ice is ready to be dumped. In my old frig, this is made from wire and is about 6" long. In the GE frig, the icemaker is turned sideways and my arm is missing. I ordered the GE Wire actuator disp, but when it arrived it was very long and I immediately thought, "I have ordered the wrong thing." If you know what I am referring to, please advise. I have the springs, etc that went with the actuator disp and may not need those either. Your help is appreciated.
ANSWER Hello Jane. They have redesigned the icemaker and it does not use the wire feeler arm anymore. You will need to replace the icemaker WR30X10093. The GE icemaker uses a arm on the bottom that swings back and forth to feel the ice level. Hope this helps.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, May 20, 2011