Thanks Barry. I am a novice. Is it self explanatory how to turn off the ice maker and the water supply valve? What does removing the lower rear cover involve? A screwdriver? Sorry - I am a novice. I dont want to break anything.
Your fine Cindy ask all the questions you need to ask. I will have to run out for 30 minutes here in just a bit but after that I will be here for about 4 more hours.You will need something to remove 1/4 or 5/16 inch screws. Nutdriver will work or a socket. And maybe a phillips screwdriver.Most GE refrigerator ice makers will have a switch. If you push the switch to O it will be off.If your ice maker does not have a switch there will be a small wire arm that will lift and lock. That will be off.Again if you get stuck or have questions please ask,Barry
One quick question if you are still there - is the switch for the ice maker inside? If so I have a wire arm.
I see what you are pointing to - this obviously appears like the container that holds the ice cubes has been removed. Am I correct? The wire arm I have is in the up position (ie does not make ice) when the container if full of ice. Is that something entirely different?
No you have it correct up is off, that is the wire arm I am meaning. And yes in the picture I did pull out the ice bin to take it.I will be heading out in about 10 minutes just so you know when I will be back.Barry