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My new house has a GE Profile side-by-side refrigerator (mid 1990's) that has some issues and will no doubt have more as time goes on.   The model is TFX24PRXB.   I enjoy tinkering with fixing appliances but get frustrated without a manual.   If anyone has access to a service manual, I would really appreciate having one.   Thanks very much. 

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I don't think we have any manuals for the TFXxxxx

mechanical Defrost Timer

mechanical Cold Control

what problems are you having ?

 



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The ice maker isn't working and there is no water going to the door dispenser.   When I moved-into the house last week, there were frozen cubes in the tray which I defrosted and removed thinking they might be stuck (house had been empty for a month).   The water line seems fine and the valve is on.   The ice cube lever is in the "on" position.   I've seen the ice cube mechanism move a bit here-and-there so it seems to be getting power.      

Thanks for any ideas on what might be wrong.

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first, check for voltage at the Water Inlet Valve while someone tries the Water Dispenser



also, may depend on which IceMaker you have

can you post a picture of it somewhere ?



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Yah sounds like a bad valve to me. Verify that the door switch works first though, open the doors, manually depress swtiches and see if lights go out.

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Water inlet valve part linke==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Water-Inlet-Valve/1032629



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