Hello, and thank you for using this service. I'll be helping you with your problem today.I'm sorry to hear about all the problems you're having with this refrigerator, but this is just going to be a coincidence even though I rarely believe in coincidences myself. The icemaker and the infra red itself has nothing to do with the control board. But if you don't get a flashing light on the right infra red sensor, you just need to order and replace the infra red sensors. Below is a link to the emitter boards you need to replace for your model.CLICK HERE for partPlease remember to rate my service once you have all the information you need. If you have any other questions, please ask me – I’ll be happy to respond. Thank you!
Thanks for the quick response. I did disconnect a few of the cable connections to better access the control board during replacement. Is there anyway that this could cause the problem? IE the ice maker is not getting power? How would I test to see if the ice maker is getting power. One other question, I did read that for some GE models that the replacement control board is sometimes not compatible with the ice maker and ths needs to be replaced. Any chance this is the cause. Sorry if I am asking ignorant questions, just want to make sure that I cover everything before ordering the new part. Last thing, is the infa red sensor difficult to change on my own? Looks like a couple of screws and a connector. Sorry for all the questions. Really appreciate your help.
Really appreciate your quick answers. For the diagram you sent me, is this connection connecting to the control board or is it outside the control board? I don't think I have anything not connected securely. Is there anything I can do without a technician to make sure that it is just not a power issue to the led/ice maker? Sorry for all the follow-up questions, this should do it. JR
I just replaced the emitted boards and still not led light?