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GE REFRIGERATOR ICE DISPENSER AUGER

WR17X11705

Style:
Icemaker Kits
Energy Star:
No
Height:
4 inches
Width:
4 inches
Depth:
14 inches

Please refer to the Specifications tab for exact measurements

The WR17X11705 ice maker auger has a metal rod in the center & plastic rotator that is used to push the ice to the dispenser. Get a new ice maker auger from GE.

Replacing an ice maker auger can look quite challenging, but with a few tips and patience, you can get your ice maker up and running again. For the WR17X11705 we recommend turning the ice maker off first, removing the ice bin, pouring out any ice, and al

This helps prevent cracks and breaks in the bin and assembly. Also, before you begin installation take a picture of the top and bottom of the ice maker assembly so that it's easier to see where all of the screws and parts belong.

The WR17X11705 ice maker auger has a metal rod in the center, and plastic rotator that is used to push the ice to the dispenser, this part fits most GE refrigerator models

WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS
Overall Depth 14 in
Overall Width 4 in
Overall Height 4 in
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Another unhappy customer

2 by Iceless in Carolina

Submitted 09-10-21

clear No, I would not recommend this to a friend

www.ge.com

The plastic augur breaks easily. It is cold, the plastic becomes brittle and it breaks if the ice tray becomes too full or if the ice melts and refreezes into a mass. Too bad they used such inadequate material for a component that gets stressed.

Overall Rating: 2

Performance: 2

Appearance: 3

Value: 1

Broken again

1 by unclejerry

Submitted 02-25-21

clear No, I would not recommend this to a friend

www.ge.com

Similar to other reviews, this replacement broke again. It is really too bad for GE. GE should learn about customer service from Tesla or Amazon, if it isn't right, fix it and ensure customer satisfaction. So my next replacement I purchased from Amazon for a fraction of the price.

Overall Rating: 1

Performance: 1

Appearance: 4

Value: 3

Another reason to never buy a GE appliance again

1 by Lisa

Submitted 10-27-20

clear No, I would not recommend this to a friend

www.ge.com

Poor ratings all over the board for GE. I have to shell out $170 for a complete kit to replace one poorly designed part AND the auger is made of plastic. Seriously. Invest in some good designers. I feel bad for anyone working customer support for GE. Must be one angry customer after the next.

Overall Rating: 1

Performance: 1

Appearance: 1

Value:

Poor design

1 by SHjax

Submitted 10-16-20

clear No, I would not recommend this to a friend

www.ge.com

We have had to replace the auger twice now on the GE refrigerator that we purchased 4 years ago. The acrylic plastic that the auger blades are made of break off in pieces that could be easily mistaken for broken ice. Seems like a design error that GE should have corrected by now. (The on-off switch for the icemaker is also located in an inconvenient place - behind the ice bucket itself. The entire bucket has to be removed to turn the icemaker off and on.)

Overall Rating: 1

Performance: 4

Appearance: 5

Value: 4

An example of poor engineering.

1 by Ron Since 1943

Submitted 08-31-20

clear No, I would not recommend this to a friend

www.ge.com

Just ordered the third auger for our GE ice maker... four broken so far. Just for the record for current owners, these augers have a one year warranty. That means I'll get two for the price of one in the following year, since they only last about four months at best. These should be made of polycarbonate instead of acrylic plastic. Acrylic cannot withstand the stress involved. GE Parts, save the response effort and instruct your engineering department to fix this problem! Sure makes expensive ice!!

Overall Rating: 1

Performance: 1

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Value: 1

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