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Old 12-14-2020, 05:03 PM   #6
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We have a 15 year old GE refrig with the freezer compartment on top. It does have a switch which works on/off. The receptacle that holds the ice cubes produced by the ice maker is totally removable and sometimes if it is replaced it does not seat properly. What you are describing does not seem normal. It is perhaps possible, but unlikely, that if you removed the ice receptacle mid cycle that a few cubes might drop.

Parenthetically, a few years ago we purchased a GE built in oven. The first time we used the “clean oven” cycle, the heating element exploded, shot molten metal around the oven and scratched the glass. GE replaced the heating element so it worked but would do nothing about the rest of the damage to the interior which they deemed cosmetic. We had supplied them photos documenting the damage.We were not happy GE customers.
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