Cleaning Automatic Ice Maker?

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Before cleaning your automatic ice maker you need to make sure that the power switch is turned off along with the water supply. After removing the ice-maker and tray from the freezer they can be cleaned with warm, soapy water. One the parts have been towel dried the ice-maker can be put back in the freezer and powered back up.
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1. Power off the automatic ice maker. There is a switch somewhere on or near the ice maker to stop ice production. If you're unsure of where this switch is, refer to your automatic
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to how to clean your icemaker. I'm not an expert, but this is how I "clean" my automatic ice maker. Sometimes it completely stops making ice, so I take the compartment out
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A potential source of contamination of the food and water in your home is the innocuous and little-noticed ice maker. Sanitation failures may occur if you don’t do regular cleaning
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K-tel International is in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I also just got the same machine with no manual. I phoned them and they are sending me one in the mail. Just go to their website
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How to Clean an Automatic Ice Maker
Automatic ice makers will get dirty over time, resulting in the ice appearing small, misshapen, cloudy, or softer than usual. A number of home refrigerators include a built-in automatic ice maker that needs regular cleaning as well. Cleaning an automatic... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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