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Jan 16, 2017 ... If your ice maker doesn't make ice or doesn't work at all, try these do-it-yourself ice maker repairs before calling a pro. Troubleshooting and ...

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Mar 7, 2012 ... In this video you'll learn what causes ice makers to stop working. Remember, parts are specific to your model and the ones shown today may ...

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Use this chart to diagnose problems with an ice maker. Find the problem on the left and follow the links on the right for help with troubleshooting malfunctions in ...

www.partselect.com/Repair/Refrigerator/Not-Making-Ice

Find out how to repair a refrigerator ice maker that's not making ice by troubleshooting common problems and parts like water inlet valves and water filters.

www.searshomeservices.com/blog/ice-maker-troubleshooting-problems-solutions

If your ice maker isn't working, a simple fix might get it going again. Always unplug your refrigerator and turn the water supply line off before troubleshooting.

www.cnet.com/how-to/what-to-do-when-your-ice-maker-stops-making-ice

Mar 24, 2016 ... Don't be so quick to make a service call when your ice maker stops working. Try these simple troubleshooting techniques and fixes first to save ...

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If the water supply is not connected to water supply line turn the ice maker off. If the Ice Maker remains on, and not connected to water supply the following could  ...

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Troubleshooting an ice maker is very important if you have problems with it. If you are having problems making ice with your ice maker then this is a very serious ...

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Apr 17, 2013 ... The most common problems with a refrigerator ice maker are the following: 1.) Producing hollow or thin ice. 2.) Failure to produce ice at all.