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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Ice machine repaired and refurbished.

Our in-shop appliance technician, Mike, was proud enough of the repair on this GE free-standing Ice Maker that he wanted me to post some photos online about it. (Who am I to say no?)

This was a GE Ice Maker, model ZDI15CXXH, that the customer brought to our store.

We replaced a circulation pump, thoroughly cleaned the unit, and tested it. Works great!

Good job, Mike!

GE Ice Maker disassembled.

GE Ice Maker reassembled and happily making ice! GE Ice Maker disassembled.

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Service Care TV & Appliance Repair's Vice President, Toxey McDavid
Posted by Toxey McDavid at 4:39 PM
Categories: Appliances, GE, Ice Maker

Thursday, December 09, 2010

DIY Ice Maker Maintenance - Keep that Icemaker making ice!

Four times a year, Service Care TV & Appliance Repair in Birmingham, Alabama publishes a reminder to do maintenance on your appliances and electronics items. Right now, the only people receiving these maintenance reminders are people who have "Liked" us on Facebook (see lower right). I thought it would be a good idea to post them here as well (in case you just stumble on in).

Please consult the user manuals for your products, and follow the directions for care & maintenance of your products. There is always a risk of electrical shock when operating or maintaining electronics and appliances, and you should contact a qualified service provider (like Service Care!) if you feel uncomfortable doing this work yourself.

Ice Maker (Freestanding) maintenance - This does not apply to icemakers inside your refrigerator.

  • Twice a year, if the unit has one, replace the water filter.
  • Dissolve 1 tsp baking soda in a quart of warm water. Use this with a soft rag to clean the door gasket. This will keep the seal soft and pliable for longer (and makes it look nice).
  • Consider having a professional technician inspect and maintain your ice maker at least once a year. The cost of this service considered against the cost of replacement is minimal, and will keep your ice maker working trouble-free for a long time.

If you feel you do need television or appliance service in the Birmingham Metro Area please do not hesitate to contact Service Care by phone at 205-956-3777 or by email at service@servicecare.net. You can also send us messages via our website at www.servicecare.net

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Service Care TV & Appliance Repair's Vice President, Toxey McDavid
Posted by Toxey McDavid at 10:59 AM
Edited on: Thursday, December 09, 2010 11:16 AM
Categories: DIY, Ice Maker