Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr

Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr

Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr

Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. The part number sent was correct for the refrigerator model; however, the rod would need to be ground down in order for the original washers/spacers to fit on properly as others have noted. I don't have a grinder and my attempts to modify with a wetstone were not successful. I returned this part and ordered another auger, OEM, and paid twice as much but still had a similar issue. Watched YouTube videos; checked schematics. My original auger had 2 metal washers plus a plastic spacer on the rod just before the plastic spirals started. Schematics and videos showed 1 spacer or sometimes 2 spacers. One YouTube video showed that the measurements were different between end of rod and the notch in the rod right before the plastic started. Apparently there was a change in mfg specs at some point in time. My refrig is 11 years old. I couldn't make this part work and so returned it but managed to get the OEM auger to function by removing the 2 metal washers after seeing the YouTube video and checking the measurements. I can now get ice cubes plus crushed ice. Taking it apart and putting back together was not difficult but getting it to work properly was. May work fine for newer refrigerators.superior,tucson mall,in a popularityRomalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr
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  • ★PARTS NUMBER: WR17x11939 WR17x11705 ice dispenser auger for ge refrigerators.
  • ★REPLACEMENT PART #'s: The WR17X11705 Ice Dispenser Auger replaces part numbers: AP3849786, 1166053, AH1018130, EA1018130, PS1018130, WR17X10835, WR17X11259, LP15292, AP3672963, 1042091, AH964350, EA964350, PS964350, WR17X10690.
  • "li" ★FOR GE amp; Hotpoint: Exact fit most GE Refrigerator P Series and Hotpoint refrigerator T series. "li" ★EASY TO INSTALL: Inexpensive way to repair a refrigerator. You may need to replace the auger if your ice maker is noisy, or not dispensing ice. "li" ★QUALITY GUARANTEED: The auger is made from sturdy materials and well-tested by the manufacturer. Non original aftermarket part. Fits OEM Standards!
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Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electric amp; Hotpoint Refrigerator Freezer Ice Bucket

Package Included: 1 PC wr17x11705 ge refrigerator auger replacement

The Ice Maker Auger Replaces Part Numbers: AP3849786, 1166053, AH1018130, EA1018130, PS1018130, WR17X10835, WR17X11259, LP15292, AP3672963, 1042091, AH964350, EA964350, PS964350, WR17X10690.

Premium Quality: The auger is made from sturdy materials and well-tested by the manufacturer. Non original aftermarket part. Fits OEM Standards!

Fix the Following Issues: Ice maker is noisy or not dispensing ice

Installation Tips:

Turn off power to the appliance before removing the ice bucket assembly to do this repair.

It's better to take pictures of the system as you're taking it apart, and pay close attention to the assembly of the ice crusher.

A few picture of this assembly will help immensely when you go to put it back together.


NOTE: The mention of brand names and any related model designation above is only for purposes of demonstrating compatibility.

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Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr

Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr

Romalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. The part number sent was correct for the refrigerator model; however, the rod would need to be ground down in order for the original washers/spacers to fit on properly as others have noted. I don't have a grinder and my attempts to modify with a wetstone were not successful. I returned this part and ordered another auger, OEM, and paid twice as much but still had a similar issue. Watched YouTube videos; checked schematics. My original auger had 2 metal washers plus a plastic spacer on the rod just before the plastic spirals started. Schematics and videos showed 1 spacer or sometimes 2 spacers. One YouTube video showed that the measurements were different between end of rod and the notch in the rod right before the plastic started. Apparently there was a change in mfg specs at some point in time. My refrig is 11 years old. I couldn't make this part work and so returned it but managed to get the OEM auger to function by removing the 2 metal washers after seeing the YouTube video and checking the measurements. I can now get ice cubes plus crushed ice. Taking it apart and putting back together was not difficult but getting it to work properly was. May work fine for newer refrigerators.superior,tucson mall,in a popularityRomalon WR17X11705 WR17X11939 Ice Maker Auger for General Electr