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Thread: Ice Maker in Frigidaire side/by/side refrigerator jams

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    May 2010

    Default Ice Maker in Frigidaire side/by/side refrigerator jams

    Model Number: FRS26ZGHW1
    Brand: Frigidaire

    I have a Frigidaire side/by/side refrigerator that has a ice maker problem. The ice is made, but when it tries to dump into the bin, one or two of the cubes, in the back fail to release, while the others do. This has led to a bend in the blade, or it seems to be bulging. Do I replace the whole unit, the heating coil underneath or pull it out, let it defrost and see if it clears up?

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    Aug 2004
    McMullen Valley, Arizona


    You'll need the complete ice maker assembly, here's the one for your model you can order:
    Manufacturer's Number: 5303918277


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