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GE Refrigerator GSS25KGSCWW: The ice maker stopped working. How to replace Electromechanical Icemaker Kit.

Lois C. • Palestine, TX • July 14, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator GSS25KGSCWW My Repair & Advice

An electrical storm knocked out our power and the resulting surge fried everything that was connected and had an electronic circuit board or surge sensitive devices. The water control valve for the ice maker was burned out, but that was not all. The Ice maker has an electronic circuit board that burned out in the storm too. After replacing the both the water control valve and the Electromechanical Icemaker kit the production of ice resumed normally. AppliancePartsPros customer service techs were very helpful in diagnosing the problems, and the company supplied both parts within 24 hours of the placement of the order.

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Less than 15 minutes

Tools Used
    Screwdrivers
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