Question about Refrigerators
When we moved our frigidaire FRS26ZRFW3 into our new house the ice maker quit.I have been tinkering with it and took the front cover off and turned the plastic gear just a little by hand and it went through its cycle and filled with water.But 6 hours later no ice.So i did the same thing again and it started going through its cycle but before it dumped the ice it bound up.I took a hair dryer and blew on the bottum of the ice tray for a second and it released and spit the ice out.And filled back up.But i am betting its going to do the same thing.What could the problem be? Thanks,Tom
Tom i believe you need a new icemaker ,,,, the switch that makes when arm goes up and then comes down isnt making / contact me if you like for me to try to help on part ,,,, email@example.com ,,, larry
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I understand that your icemaker on your Frigidaire refrigerator is not getting water to the icemaker. It sounds like you could have an issue within the valve or solenoid. I would recommend having a professional come out to properly diagnose your appliance and repair it. -Matt
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