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    • Part Number: AP4321616
    • MFG Part Number: WR30X10097
    • Made by: GE
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Is there any good way to determine if it is the icemaker or the motor that needs to be replaced? I went out of town for a few days and returned to my icemaker not working and frozen up into icemaker. I defrosted it, but it is no longer making ice. The propeller to push ice forward in tray still working. Thanks so much

Danielle for Model Number PFSS6PKWASS

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Ice maker slowly stopped making ice. I don't know if the white plastic lever on the side of the ice maker controls when the machine makes ice. The lever seems to be in the up position. Also i can't see where the water line is attached to the icemaker. How can I tell if the whole ice maker needs to be replaced?

K Vandewater for Model Number PFSS6PKW

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Can I order just the part in the maker that turns in the middle to make the ice come out the door?

Clara for Model Number GE PROFILE MODELPFSS6PKWBSS

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My GE Profile refrigerator is about 6 years old and has never made more that about 4 glass-fulls of ice (about half the bucket) and is rather slow in making ice. What is it that limits the ice quantity in the bucket and is there something I can adjust so that there's more ice?

Gus for Model Number PFSF6PKXAWW

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Hi...my ice maker started producing very little ice, when it did produce it seemed to be clear in color instead of white-ish clear like it usually was..we cannot even get the bin door to come out though to check the problem...it will not budge...I have searched and searched the web to see if anyone else has had this particular problem...cannot find a thing...please help!!! The ice also taste funny, the filter was changed 2 months ago...

Jo P for Model Number Pfss6pkwass

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Ice maker makes a "clicking sound" constantly - no ice. New water filter, good ice water pressure. Freezer temps are good. This was an intermittent problem for a time but is constant now??

Tim for Model Number PFSF6PKW8WW

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My Ice maker has been slowing down in its ice making. It has now stopped. It has a test button on the side but when pushed, it does nothing. Ice making has never been a strong point of this appliance and have been very disappointed in that. What part number do I need? Filter is new and pressure at door is fine. Summer is here and mama needs ice!

Jim for Model Number PFSS6PKX G.E. Profile

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Reference the question and answer below. Did you ever determine if the Samsung is the same as the GE? There is $100 difference in the price. I would hate to go through returning it if it doesn't work. ___________ I have a GE Profile Fridge (PFSS6PKW) and the ice maker is inop. Can I replace my current ice maker (GE WR30X10097) with a Samsung DA97-05422A (Aka IMC701). I understand cost is the only difference? Apewhitelimo for Model Number PFSS6PKW Answer Hello, I think you are on to something here. Looks like it should work to me. If it doesn't, we have a one year return policy. Thanks! Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-icemaker-assy-wr30x10097-ap4321616.html#ixzz2Sjny1zi4 http://www.appliancepartspros.com

John J for Model Number PFSF6PKXAWW

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The ice maker is not making ice. It has been making a rapping noise but is now silent. I took it out and there was ice in the tray. There is a test switch. What should happen when I push the test switch?

John J for Model Number PFSF6PKXAWW

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Hi, i have a ge profile and need to replace the ice maker assy ( wr30x10097 part #ap4321616) How do I go about this? Is there any screws holding it in place or is it just pull the tab down at the front then uncap the wiring?

Dave for Model Number pfss6pkwass

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