The feeler arm broke of the ice maker and now it does not make any ice cubes. Would this cause the ice maker to shut down?
Answer Steve, Yes, a broken or loose feeler paddle on the ice maker could make the ice maker inoperative. The updated/revised ice maker WR30X10093 will be quite an upgrade and more dependable a system.
How do you clean or replace the filter for the ice maker? Assuming there is one? Our ice tastes moldy?
Answer Hello Debbie. The model number you provided is not showing a filter. If there is none, in the unit, you may need to replace the icemaker.
My icemaker (model GE WR30X10093) works fine and makes cubes, but when dispensing ice, it only dispenses crushed ice regardless of the setting on the door (cubed vs. crushed). What can I do?
Answer Hello Steve, without knowing the model # we can't say for sure, but here's a couple of things to look for. 1) Make sure the lever on your ice bucket is actually going into the cradle where the solenoid resides that lifts the arm up and down. If the arm isn't being lifted it won't give the ice he ability to bypass the crusher blades. 2) If the solenoid that lifts the cradle has failed maybe it isn't lifting the arm. When the arm lifts it opens a flapper, with the flapper open the cubes go around he blades that are always turning whenever the auger motor is running. Take a look at these things, if this doesn't help please provide a model #.