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    • Part Number: AP3672582
    • MFG Part Number: WR17X11653
    • Made by: GE
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Based on some of the questions and answers relative to a flapper problem, it is not closing fully, looks like I will need part AP3672582. How do I get at the assembly once I have the replacement part? Thanks - Dick

Dick E. for Model Number ZISS480DRKSS

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How do I access the the ice door for replacement. I'm having trouble removing the control panel.

Mark for Model Number GE pfss6pkx

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I was having the problem of frost buildup in the ice chute and ice bucket. Noticed that the ice door wasn't closing all the way. Replaced the ice door per instructions in the video although my model is a bit older and set up a little differently. Anyway, the door would now close only half way i.e. worse than before. Reset everything and still had problems. Noticed that the solenoid wasn't coming up completely so I ordered a new solenoid and spring. Replaced both of those and still no luck. In order to close the flap, I have to push up on it from the outside. Do you have any ideas? I was thinking that maybe the door binds up on the rubber funnel recess shield but not sure if I should replace it. Already spent an arm and a leg on shipping and handling but would like to get this fixed. Any advice or ideas are greatly appreciated.

Howie R. for Model Number TFX30PR

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Ice maker door does not open to let ice down to glass.

Mark

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My water dispenser will not shut off?

Gary for Model Number PSW26SGNABS

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Ice piles up inside the chute. The auger seems to be truning fine but the flapper does not open itself. It easily pushes open with a finger or pencil, but not when trying to use a glass. Is there a release mechanism for the flapper door, or is the flapper passive with the weight of the ice? Not sure if just replacing the Ice Door Assembly OEM will be enough.

Chris for Model Number GSS25QSTBSS

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We have a small amount of ice build up in the chute and can see lite down the chute when the door is open. The rubber flapper looks like it is not closing. Can that be the problem? Thanks James

James for Model Number GSH25SGRESS

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When I open my freezer. The edge of the chute where the ice leaves the ice bin to go into the dispenser when the door is closed, has ice and frost (snow like consistency) around it. Any ideas? I see water droplets coming from the ice bin that appear to be the issue but not sure.

Vince H for Model Number GSS25TG

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I am getting an ice build up in the upper portion of the freezer. The ceiling of the freezer is getting frozen water drops. The ice chute and ice cube bucket are iced up. The rear of motor that operates the auger is frozen with ice. I have to remove everything in the upper portion of the freezer every month or so to remove the ice from the assemblies. Is this an ice chute problem or a door seal problem?

Tom for Model Number GSS25KGMB WW

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I recently purchased the ice door assembly and was able to successfully replace it on my freezer. Unfortunately, I am still getting frost inside my freezer that is getting in via that door. It is not completely closing. I tried the trick where you put a flash light in the chute, and there is still a sliver of light I can see from the outside. What should be my next step? I know there is a motor that actually does the closing of that ice door, could that need to be replaced? The door IS closing, but obviously not completely. Any ideas why a NEW ice door would not work? It can't be warped since it is new... Please help if you can. Thanks, Laurie

LAURIE411 for Model Number ge

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