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I have a GE Profile Arctica Ice Maker that tends to over-flow water into the try. This causes water build up at the back of the tray and if I do not keep on top of it the buildup ends up stopping ice to be made. I have attached a picture to show what I mean. Do you have some suggestions? Do I need to replace the maker? I hope not, since other than the water runoff it makes good cubes!
Reference Model number: PSS25MGMBBB ( can occur to other GE models as well )
The leaking around the icemaker occurs when water enters the icemaker mold too quickly. It then splashes over the front of the icemaker. Consumers will see puddles of ice on the feeler arm or icicles flowing over the front of the icemaker. There are three (3) potential leak paths. See illustration below. In order to prevent further leakage around the feeler arm, follow the three (3) step process outlined below: