Well, I know how to fix this problem but only temporarily. My ice maker makes the ice, but when I try to get some ice out using the button, it does not come out, to fix this I usually take the ice bin out, empty all the ice out into a bag, and unscrew the 4 screws holding in the cover. Once I have done that I see that the revolving metal rod is misplaced, I put it back in place and screw it all back up together and the ice maker works, but for some reason it continually does that about once a week. It really gets irrigating to do that every week. If anyone knows how to do this please help out? Thanks :)
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New Icemaker Not Producing Ice - GE Appliances
New Icemaker Not Producing Ice. If the refrigerator icemaker has just been installed, there are a few things that must happen before it can produce ice:
ok first thing to check is that you dont have a jam inside the ice bucket, folowing confirmation of this working the next thing you want to check is tat the auger motor is working on the door this is motor part located on the door tat spins the gear like object inside the bucket allowing ice to come out following confirmation that this is working properly the next thing to check is that you ice maker is functioning properly stick you finger inside the ice maker tray to assure that you are getting water on the inside if there is ice on the inside you might want to remove the ice maker and run it under hot water to defrost the unit and check after you reinstall if this has fixed the problem if this still hasnt fixed your ice maker problem then you might just want to goto marcone appliance parts online and order yourslef a new icemaker there are no repairs done to fix the icemaker it is a cheap part that is easily installed make sure when you remove the icemaker you look at the plastic arm that goes along the side that it is in the proper position if not it wont push the ice out of the tray properly hope this helps
the most likely thing would be a bad water valve.try to reset the ice maker and watch to see if the tray fills up the fill tube could also be blocked with frozen water.the last thing is simply a bad ice maker.
If you have a whirlpool ice-maker, have you tried making sure the white spin wheel is making contact with the icemaker? It comonly comes loose and results in a loss of power. if you press it in with your fingers, you may see the wheel start spining again, and the ice production process will begin.
I had a Whirlpool Model GD5SHAXNS in which the icemaker quit working about the same time (3 years old). I had water out the dispenser, I found that it was the icemaker itself failed not calling for water to fill it. I replaced it with a icemaker on-line for about $100 and problem fixed. I have been told his is a common problem with the icemaker in this model ref.
Do you hear it trying to draw water into the ice tray? If so, there might be an internal problem you can't fix yourself. especially since the fridge is dispencing water. Is the arm inside the ice maker pushe down? This is what tells the ice maker to fill and make the ice.
check and make sure you don't have a piece of scale in the intake of the waterpump. the pump stops when the unit goes into defrost to dump the ice onto the cutter grid. also check the fan under the icemaker for lint buildup on the condensor