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Comment converted to answer as per this suggestion this GE document specifies a water pressure of 40-120 psi, for the ice maker to function properly. The water pressure must be between 40 and 120 psi. Pressures below 40 psi may cause a malfunction of the icemaker (i.e. producing hollow cubes or no ice production). Which as BMitch points out ...
Well I don't know what your budget is, but you could go ahead and get a keg and a compressed air tank and hook it up to the refrigerator! Easy 100psi, it'll make you 15 gallons of ice before refilling the keg (With water. The keg is to be filled with water. In case anyone missed that.) Anyways now I have an awesome idea to use a fridge as a keg tap, if only ...
did you checked your earthing connection is proper or not ? This can cause an issue.
When you left the refrigerator unplugged, did you get a significant amount of water melting off the coils? If so, your defrost timer or defrost heating element may be bad. I have replaced the defrost heating element in my refrigerator; it's a hassle due to the tight space, but do-able for somebody with moderate electrical knowledge. If you didn't get much ...
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