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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bottom right hand rear of unit has valves which allow water to flow to ice cube trays. Possible cause, dirt in line or valve stuck closed. Disconnect power from unit, hook up a small 12 volt transfomer and force the valve to open and close a few times. Saved a bundle this way myself.
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
first check the tube running to the ice maker where the water flows in see if it is frozen if not take the cover off the ice maker front and see if the little tabs in the middle of the gear is broken there are two one might be broken off
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I had turned the water feed off on our Kitchen Aide Frig for several days while repairing another appliance in the kitchen and then discovered the aqua sense ice maker stopped working because it wasn't getting any water fed in, even after pressure was restored to the water line...appreciate your heads up as to the possibility of a frozen water feed...you helped me identify the problem
Nothing in the manual on this possibility, but without disconnecting power to the frig, I cleared off the top shelf in the freezer and warmed the area with a hair dryer..on our large side by side, it appears that the water is fed to our ice maker from the top of the frig on the right side...I warmed the area for three 5 minute periods...about 10 - 15 minutes apart...I noticed water starting to leak into the tray (I assume from the melting) and carefully sponged it out so I could gauge the success of the melting...
I am not sure if it made a difference, but half way thru the process I also powered the machine off (from the controls on the refrig side) as I wasn't sure if a reset cycle was necessary....about an hour later, the machine self feeder filled up the tray and it is once again making ice...
I would caution going slowly with the heat and concentrated hair dryer so as not to damage any of the plastic...other than that, this was pretty easy..
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
I think you will need to unplug the pin plug under the cover at top or bottom hinge. Check the voltage and if OK leave unplugged until you can remove the dispenser and I will try to help you from the power source. Sounds like a short in the board and related to the light socket. The fuse only stopped the short from doing further damage, You may need to locate the short before replacing the fuse or board. I have looked over the wiring diagram. If you find the short without my help just be sure to replace the fuse with the correct size. The only things are the chute heater or something in that area of the board went to ground. Do you have a voltage meter? Contact me later when ready, Sea Breeze
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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