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New Ice Maker IM6 Ge Ice cube maker

Triple-check with GE to make sure the IM6 Ice Maker Kit fits your refrigerator model.

General Electric IM6 Ice Maker Kit

$117.29
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  • This kit no longer comes with the 4 pin adapter plug that used to be included with the old IM6 ice maker kit. If you need this, order WR29X10049 (see related products below). Similar Products Found in:

    This IM6 icemaker also has a water level sensor in cube tray to regulate cube size and an anti-jamming feature that causes jammed cubes to melt away

  • Since you are now shopping for components we expect you already determined what is wrong with your system and that you are now familiar with part numbers. If you're confused about the part number, you can consult to your owners manual and check for the parts explosion diagram or parts checklist with the breakdown of the unit displaying the corresponding product title and part number similar to this "General Electric IM6 Ice Maker Kit".

    GE IM6 refrigerator automatic ice maker kit. The IM6 ice maker kit can be installed in most of GE's side by side, bottom freezer and top mount refrigerators, as a replacement or new ice maker assembly.

  • Since you are now shopping for components we expect you already determined what is wrong with your system and that you are now familiar with part numbers. If you're confused about the part number, you can consult to your owners manual and check for the parts explosion diagram or parts checklist with the breakdown of the unit displaying the corresponding product title and part number similar to this "General Electric IM6 Ice Maker Kit".

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The GE IM6 Ice Maker Kit comes with 14 different instruction sets for the many different refrigerators that it fits. I called GE to find out which IM6 instruction set to use with my GFSF6KEXAWW, and they said to use IM6 instruction set "T". For confirmation, I emailed GE as well, and they agreed: use IM6 instruction set "T".