KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

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Product Description

This is a Kitchen Basics 101 WR30X10093 Refrigerator Ice Maker Kit Replacement for GE.

Ice Maker Kit Replacement for GE Refrigerators


Replaces:

WR29X5162, 1399596, AH1993870, EA1993870, PS1993870, SWR29X5110, SWR29X5114, SWR29X5115, SWR29X5119, SWR29X5121, SWR29X5128, WR29X0191, WR29X5007, WR29X5012, WR29X5023, WR30M0149, WR30M0153, WR30X0138, WR30X0147, WR30X0148, WR30X0159, WR30X0169,


Replaces:

WR30X0199, WR30X0203, WR30X0213, WR30X0214, WR30X0238, WR30X0241, WR30X0259, WR30X0282, WR30X0283, WR30X0289, WR30X0290, WR30X0304, WR30X0306, WR30X0307, WR30X0310, WR30X0315


Specifications

  • 115V
  • 60Hz
  • 1.0AMPs
  • 116 watts

Product information

    Additional Information

  • ASIN: B07RC1696B
  • Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,008Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #11,233 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
    #3 in Refrigerator Replacement Ice Makers
  • Date First Available: April 30, 2019
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Important information

Wattage :

116 watts

Bulb Voltage :

115 volts

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Q: Will this ice maker replace WR30X10012 ?

A: I replaced my WR30X10012 (GE Profile) with this because the price was right, and it''s work…

solitism | 1 year ago

Q: am having trouble with my ice not dropping into the bin the ice maker works fine but I am …

A: I had the same problem. Ice was sitting on top of the mechanism - I think it was getting c…

Conscientious Reviewer… | 1 year ago

Q: it''s compatible with refrigerador Whirlpool

A: Yes fix perfectly.

stacy cofer | 5 months ago

Q: Where is the plastic piece that goes on the arm to shut off ice maker ? .I t is shown on p…

A: It doesn''t have that. It has a on off button

Amazon Customer | 3 months ago

Customer reviews

4.4 out of 54.4 out of 5
1,008 global ratings

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Graham Patton
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect replacement for my old fridge
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2020
EDIT 05-28-20: This has become a terribly unreliable device. Ice gets stuck at the top like many others have said. Completely stops making ice. Definitely a design defect, as the original pushed the ice all the way forward before stopping rotating. This one just... See more
EDIT 05-28-20: This has become a terribly unreliable device. Ice gets stuck at the top like many others have said.
Completely stops making ice. Definitely a design defect, as the original pushed the ice all the way forward before stopping rotating. This one just lets it sit there, refreeze and stop up the maker. Would return as crap if I could. What a headache. Have been buying ice at the store due to this dysfunctional unit.

Original Shining Review.....depreciated: We have had our side by side Frigidaire for 17 years. After the recent tornado, we attached a generator to our fridge that someone loaned us. It was apparently wired incorrectly, for 220v on a 110 plug. Needless to say it did a bit of damage, blew all the bulbs and popped the ice maker. This one is a bit upgraded design, but the wiring harness adapters that were included worked perfectly. I love that you can change the ice size by a screw setting on the side. Made the cubes a bit smaller, but that does tend to make them a bit hollow, which is fine with me. It works perfectly. As I saw in another review, I reversed the ice paddle on the metal bar as others tended to have a problem with the ice not dropping in when the maker gets a bit full. Easy enough to do though.
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an honest review
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
save yourself a lot of grief & just don''t buy this
Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2020
Bummer, bummer, bummer!!!! This piece of trash is not worth buying. It is far below the level of acceptability that I have come to expect from things sold on amazon. It failed to make ice, right out of the box, no matter how the adjustment screw was changed.....for low... See more
Bummer, bummer, bummer!!!! This piece of trash is not worth buying. It is far below the level of acceptability that I have come to expect from things sold on amazon. It failed to make ice, right out of the box, no matter how the adjustment screw was changed.....for low output, mid-output or high output amount of ice. When it finally did begrudgingly (after 6+ hours) provide 6 cubes, they were all frozen together & I had to use an ice pick to separate them. You could NOT separate them with just your hands. As I said, no matter the use of the ice volume output screw, it still failed to provide an even minimal amount of ice in a reasonable period of time. Needless to say, I have spent a weekend having to keep an eye on it, either looking for ice., hoping it would perform as advertised.
Overnight, the thing just ran water from the water supply & completely filled the ice holder. Plus, I had ice & semi- frozen water all over all the other items in the freezer because of that. I don''t know if those items are salvageable or not. At this point, I am too disheartened to even check. I am in no way mechanically inclined (my expertise is in dismantling mechanical things---------not putting them back together) so I had to pay a repairman to install this one when new. Now, I will have to pay a repairman to take this defective one out & install a new model. Believe me, I will NOT be purchasing this manufacturer''s model again.......or any other type of product they tout. I''m done with them & their defective product. I considered this a mid-line priced item. It''s not even worth mid-line price ($45-$50). Sadly, the buyer reviews for a potential purchaser to make a well-informed decision before buying it are lacking. However, I guess that is on me for not further searching for buyer reviews, maybe online. Plus, there is the fact that I now have to scrounge around for an appropriately-sized box & bubble-wrap to send it back to amazon. My space is limited so I didn''t keep empty boxes just sitting around. I trusted amazon to send me a reliable, working product so I wouldn''t have to find shipping materials to return this item to them. BIG MISTAKE!!!. I guess I will now have to keep ALL amazon shipping materials on hand & that''s a lot of junk to have hanging around . This is a real pain since I have ordered quite a few items from amazon in the past 2 months due to COVID-19. Needless to say, I certanly hope I have a lot better luck with other items I''ve ordered from amazon in the recent past.
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NC
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect Fit. Plug and Play.
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2020
Installed this in less than 5 minutes. Perfect fit. This also replaces WR30X10077 which was the part number on my original. Parts houses wanted $ 145.00 for new original. Key thing to know. Once you install, do not expect to see water dispensed into the ice maker... See more
Installed this in less than 5 minutes. Perfect fit. This also replaces WR30X10077 which was the part number on my original. Parts houses wanted $ 145.00 for new original.
Key thing to know. Once you install, do not expect to see water dispensed into the ice maker immediately. You need to have patience and wait an hour or so until the unit gets cold enough to send signal to the valve to let water in. Then it will freeze in an hour or so. Should have first batch of ice in 2 -3 hours. Very happy with this unit.
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just me
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
get pliers/vice grips ready, you may need to adjust
Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2021
This is a cheaper ice maker than the original GE icemaker, and I think it''s going to be fine. BUT! Be prepared to use your mechanical skills to get the plastic ice bucket filler sensor set right. Okay, follow me here, it''s kind of hard to explain: If you want to avoid... See more
This is a cheaper ice maker than the original GE icemaker, and I think it''s going to be fine. BUT! Be prepared to use your mechanical skills to get the plastic ice bucket filler sensor set right. Okay, follow me here, it''s kind of hard to explain: If you want to avoid what seems to be sloppy adjustment from factory, probably pay double and get the original GE icemaker. So what''s the deal? Well, after installing, waiting for the freezer to cool down enough, it indeed made ice, the problem came when it was time to eject the ice it made into the bucket. The ice would get stuck sometimes partly behind the plastic filler sensor, sometimes partly up against the wire that the plastic filler sensor attaches to... In short, most of the time, the ice maker would stop making ice, because it couldn''t eject the ice properly into the ice bucket. WHY? Well, in my case because of what appeared to be sloppy installation/adjustment of that part of the unit. It was not centered, so the wire on the right side was right in the way of the right ice cube coming out. The whole plastic filler sensor was too far out (away from) the body of the icemaker, so the cubes would sort of try to slide down behind and get stuck.

SOLUTION: Take the whole dang unit out out, get a couple of vice grips and a set of pliers. Take time to note anything positioned such that it would stop the ice from ejecting OVER (and then in front of) the plastic ice filler sensor. Remove the plastic piece from the wire, now start bending the wire such that it rests as close to the body of the ice maker as possible, and such that neither left or right side has wire in the way of a cube trying to empty out. It took me about an hour of messing around, but when done, the thing is centered, the metal wire is not in the way of ice cubes AND the whole sensing unit is tight up against the main body of the icemaker. Now the ice slides right out and over that part, drops into bucket and it then starts making the next batch.

I haven''t watched the whole cycle yet, but I think what happens is that once it has made ice, ejected ice, a lever inside the unit raises the plastic filler sensor, then lowers it again. IF your bucket is getting full it won''t be able to lower all the way, and the micro switch inside will know to stop making ice until there is more room in the ice bucket... I think that''s how it is supposed to work. It would make sense anyway.

By the way: the instructions are right when it says that it can take 4-5 hours after fridge is plugged back in and unit is installed for it to start making ice. Apparently there is a thermometer in ice maker that will not permit the unit to run at all (even allow water into it) until temp drops close to zero.... so don''t get discouraged if you''ve installed it and nothing happens right away. Give the freezer time to get real cold, and thus the ice maker to get cold enough to do its thing. (probably close to zero)

SO MY FINAL RECOMMENDATION: Your unit may come perfectly adjusted, in which case you''ve saved some money, and with a very easy swap out, you''ll have a working unit. IF you have a poorly adjusted part like I had, and you aren''t inclined (or not stubborn, hard headed) enough to do some messing around, return it and get another one, hoping it is positioned correctly, or pony up the extra dollars for the genuine GE replacement part... It has a totally different system for sensing when bucket is full and for the many years mine worked, the ice never had trouble getting ejected from the unit into the bucket. In seeing the difference in design, that one would have to be really almost impossibly messed up to have the ice ejection problem that this cheaper unit had.

I may have to revise this review, since I''m writing it after the unit has now been working properly for only about 7 hours... Plenty of time yet for some other problem to show up!

YES MY REVIEW NEEDS REVISION: The above did not completely cure the ice "getting hung up" problem. Ice still occasionally got "caught" by the top of the plastic filler sensor. SOLUTION: Take the plastic filler sensor off (possible to do without removing full unit) and saw off the top of it, just leaving the part where tabs are to hook onto the wire. Be careful sawing (or some other method) because plastic can get caught when sawing and split completely making it useless. I used a "chop saw" and lowered saw VERY slowly.

Since that final (hopefully) revision, the unit has been working correctly for about four days.
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The Wrights
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Impossible to calibrate water so it floods into ice bucket.
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2021
It did make ice but it was impossible to get the water level right. The water would overfill and flood the ice tray and spill over into the ice bucket causing one solid block of ice in the bucket. The ice would get stuck trying to come out because it had overfilled and... See more
It did make ice but it was impossible to get the water level right. The water would overfill and flood the ice tray and spill over into the ice bucket causing one solid block of ice in the bucket. The ice would get stuck trying to come out because it had overfilled and was one big block instead of separate cubes so it would hang up. We tried for 3 days every few hours or so to calibrate this ice maker water level and finally gave up and ordered the original GE Ice Maker here on Amazon. Thankfully it worked out well since we were looking at it before giving this one a try but it was over $200 so we went with this cheaper one. Now that this one didn’t work out it forced us to look to the original GE Ice Maker which was on sale for half price!!! Woo hoo! Worked out perfectly! Don’t waste your money, time and headaches just go with the GE. We plugged it in, no calibration and within 30 minutes we had ice. No overfilling or flooding.
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Rachel L
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It’s Fine. Not Great.
Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2020
This was very easy to install. We manually turn ours off when the bucket is full of ice because the ice starts dropping down the back. This ice machine replacement isn’t great... but for $50, it’s fine. If you don’t mind turning the thing off every once in a while, then... See more
This was very easy to install. We manually turn ours off when the bucket is full of ice because the ice starts dropping down the back. This ice machine replacement isn’t great... but for $50, it’s fine. If you don’t mind turning the thing off every once in a while, then it’s a good replacement. Ours produces ice and hasn’t gotten stuck. We did have to adjust the water level because the original ice maker that came in our GE refrigerator had a bigger capacity. We noticed when we installed this generic one we were getting drips of water down the back of our fridge that ended up freezing. Once my husband fixed how much water came into this ice maker we haven’t had that problem. It was an easy fix but required him to take the thing out. So maybe adjust before you install. We have smaller ice cubes but it’s not a big deal.
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G R
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
ice gets stuck in the "full" lever
Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2020
Like others mentioned, the machine makes the ice, but when it ejects it it gets stuck on the "full bin" lever so the whole unit stops making ice. I have to manually remove the ice from the top of the ice maker for it to start again. It''s not too much work but Im afraid... See more
Like others mentioned, the machine makes the ice, but when it ejects it it gets stuck on the "full bin" lever so the whole unit stops making ice.
I have to manually remove the ice from the top of the ice maker for it to start again. It''s not too much work but Im afraid its going to get old soon after having to do it a couple of times a day.
Definitely a problem with the lever wire design, they put it in the way of the falling ice. I may remove the lever completely but that may mean having to turn off the machine once in a while to avoid ice spilling from the bin, especially in winter when we use less ice.
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Jennifer Kohlbrecher
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Don''t buy this-- get the real deal
Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2021
Bought this one year ago. I was tired of the cubes not falling into the tray due to the unfortunate design of the metal arm that blocks the ice from falling. I had to clear the cubes off the ledge about 30% of the time. It also knocks about 10 times very loudly during... See more
Bought this one year ago. I was tired of the cubes not falling into the tray due to the unfortunate design of the metal arm that blocks the ice from falling. I had to clear the cubes off the ledge about 30% of the time. It also knocks about 10 times very loudly during the ice making process--loud enough to hear in the bedroom next door. After one year I decided I was tired of it and replaced it with the "GE" model GE WR30X10093 Refrigerator Icemaker Kit, WHITE and installed it today. Don''t cheap out -- life''s too short! Both were easy to install.
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KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale

KITCHEN BASICS 101 WR30X10093 Ice Maker sale Kit Replacement for GE outlet online sale Refrigerators outlet online sale