Ice Cube Size adjustment LG SXS Refrigerator. Model GR-L-207 DVZA
I have the above fridge and now find the ice cubes it is producing are too big in size for the worm mechanism to transport them drop down to the hopper.
Can anyone advise how I can adjust/reduce the water content to the ice-making moulds to correct size to operate efficiently. Thanks in advance.
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If there is no cooling at all on the fridge section but the freezer works then it is confirmed thatthe compressor and gas pressure is OK. Now shut off the fridge and leave it powered off while you clean and check the evaporator for frost. If frost is seen it is a good indication as the compressor is working with sufficient gas within. Now after about 6 hours plug in the fridge to start. Observe cooling to happen in about one hour and ice to from under three hours. Earlier make sure that the thermostat was set to normal mode for freezer and fridge. However if ice forms in the freezer then observe the fridge for about 24 hours for cooling to continue and the fridge to cut off . If not the auto defrost timer, or the thermostat must be checked. Frost formation without defrosting could block the air flow and so shut the air passage to the fridge. Also the blower fan must work and if this is not working then the fan can be faulty. Also a fault on the control unit is a suspect to non functioning of any one of these components. If defrost timer works but frost keeps forming check while the compressor shuts if the heaters are working, check continuity of the heaters. So try this test using a multi-meter on the defrost timer and the thermostat and make your observations so that we come to the solution.
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The icemaker requires a water pressure of 1.5 - 8.5kgf/cm2. It is acceptable if the water supply fills a cup of 180cc with water in 3 seconds. The icemaker produces small cubes if the water fed into it is not enough and lumped together if too much water is supplied. In order to obtain the desired size of ice cubes, the amount of water supplied to the ice maker needs to be adjusted. Adjust the valve supplying water to the icemaker or the unit in general in such a way that right amount of water fills the ice tray.
Because density equals mass per unit volume, the mass of the cube is m V (2.70 g/cm3)(0.200 cm3) 0.540 g write this relationship twice, once for the actual sample of aluminum in the problem and once for a 27.0-g sample, and then we divide the first equation by the second: m sample m 27.0 g kN sample kN27.0 g
m sample m 27.0 g
Nsample N27.0 g
To solve this problem, we will set up a ratio based on the fact that the mass of a sample of material is proportional to the number of atoms contained in the sample. This technique of solving by ratios is very powerful and should be studied and understood so that it can be applied in future problem solving. Let us express our proportionality as m kN, where m is the mass of the sample, N is the number of atoms in the sample, and k is an unknown proportionality constant. We
Notice that the unknown proportionality constant k cancels, so we do not need to know its value. We now substitute the values: 0.540 g 27.0 g Nsample 6.02 N sample 1023 atoms