Do you sell a feeler arm for this model?? Thank you, Scott
Answer Hello Scott! Unfortunately, the feeler arm will not fit your unit. You'll need to replace the icemaker, part number WR30X10093. Thanks!
Feeler arm on ice maker won't go all the way down.
Answer Hello Rob. You will need to order and replace the icemaker in the unit.
I am looking for the feeler arm for this model.
Answer Adam, parts to the icemaker are not available separate from the icemaker assembly. You'll need to replace the icemaker itself, part number WR30X10093. Thanks!
****Can you please send installation instructions?
Answer Hello Michael. These are not hard to replace. Just remove the screw securing the feeler to the icemaker. Then slide off the old one and slide on the new one and reinstall the screw.
This refrigerator is about two years old and has had a problem with making too much ice since I got it. Looking at the part picture for the arm, I can't tell if the new arm different from the one that is already installed. I have also always had problems with the cubes freezing together.
Answer Hello Paul,
The ice makers WR30X10093 have been redesigned by GE so the replacement ice maker will probably differ from the new one. As far as the cubes freezing together, this can be a couple of different things. First thing I would suspect, since there is a problem with the ice maker already, the mold heater switch in the ice maker assembly WR30X10093 can be sticking and producing heat just above the ice bin, causing the cubes to melt and refreeze. The next thing I would suspect is the defrost thermostat WR50X10065 isn't opening and the defrost heater is staying on the during entire defrost which would soften up everything in the freezer compartment every time a defrost cycle is accomplished.