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I have a GE monogram icemaker ZDIS150. The water fills the

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I have a GE monogram icemaker ZDIS150. The water fills the resevior when I turn it on. The compressor cools the ice making plate. But the water does not circulate over the plate. I have left it on for >24hrs. THe plate is cold enough since wet fingers stick to it. Is it a float that signals the circulating pump to start? If so, Where is it? Does the pump need to be primed? This is a machine that was running, previoius owner of the house cleaned it and had it off when we moved in. It hasn't worked since.

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Do you hear a hum from the water tank?




Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Yes. That is that tank fills and empty's everyso often. If I turn the ice maker off and back on, it fills. I noticed it will try to fill even if there is water in it so I'm assuming this is on a timer and does not use a float?


Yes you are correct, you have a bad circulation pump on the unit, you can try to take it out and make the impellar work again, it is most likely seized from none use, If that does not work you can order a replacement pump below for this unit by clicking on the blue link below

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

No huming. Is the impeller on the bottom? And do I need to take that whole bracket out to try and free the impellar?

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

OK. Thanks. I appreciate it. It seems weird to have happened since it was only down for a couple of weeks. But hey, stuff happens.



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