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PSS25SGNABS GE Refrigerator - ice maker frosting up, already replaces solenoid, spring, and flap door

Mike Rende

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Location
chicago
Model Number
PSS25SGNABS
Brand
GE
Age
More than 10 years
i have an GE Arctica (GE PSS25SGNABS) side by side, at least 16 years old, had water and mold around ice dispenser flap door, replaced the solenoid, flap door, AND spring and i am still get all kinds of condensation and dripping, and now frosting inside around where the ice maker hangs over the chute, did the light test and the door is still not closing tight. i am out of ideas as what to try next.
 

Jake

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Hi Mike,

Then it has to be the dispenser cavity that has broken or warped, thus not closing that ice door properly.

You'd need to replace the entire freezer door to fix it, unfortunately its NLA:

Jake
 

Mike Rende

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Jake, thanks for your reply!

could i try some kind of light seal around that hole then? something to keep that flap door from letting the air in?

I don't plan on replacing the fridge, so if that doesn't work ill probably just stuff something in the chute for insulation and then not use the dispensing feature of the icemaker anymore....but id rather give something creative a try first.
 

Jake

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could i try some kind of light seal around that hole then? something to keep that flap door from letting the air in?
Yes, you can try that.

I don't plan on replacing the fridge, so if that doesn't work ill probably just stuff something in the chute for insulation and then not use the dispensing feature of the icemaker anymore
Yes, that would be the only other solution.

Jake
 
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