Refrigerator GE Profile Arctic PSC23NSTCSS with multiple problems - not cooling periodically, ice maker leaking, ice maker not dispensing cubed ise, condensate inside freezer - GE Profile Arctic PSC23NSTCSS Refrigerator Repair in San Jose, CA.
Another customer who has been putting off calling an appliance repair specialist for his refrigerator with multiple issues. To fix an issue with the fridge not cooling periodically, our technician replaced the control board WR55X10942. Condensate inside the freezer was forming due to the leaking ice-maker. To solve this problem, he had to replace the ice maker wr30x10093. Another issue that lead to condensate as well as no ice producing was an old ICE DISPENSER SOLENOID WR62X10055 which was jammed with rust. Once our tech replaced the CE DISPENSER SOLENOID WR62X10055, there was still no cubed ice. After more digging around, our tech found out that the SOLENOID CUBE WR62X23154 was burned out, probably from large amounts of condensate forming inside the freezer. Replacing the SOLENOID CUBE WR62X23154 resolved the issue with cubed ice. It looked like all the other problems with the GE Profile Arctic PSC23NSTCSS were caused by initially minor issue - the ICE DISPENSER SOLENOID WR62X10055 that got stuck and caused the malfunctions of the ice maker and the control board. The auger motor would also get jammed from time to time due to large amounts of condensate so that water inside this motor would turn into ice, jamming it. But all the issues were resolved and the customer pretty much got a brand new refrigerator after this many parts were replaced.
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