Question about Electrolux Icon Freezers
I have the fridge freezer par where the water filter (for the freezer's Ice maker is in the fridge. I just replaced the water filter and after that, the water supply is not engaging to get the water through the two canister filter. Therefore, no water is gettin to the icemaker (ice maker is on). Any ideas on how to get the water to start flowing through? It does seem to be snapped into place.
Open and shut the water valve quickly to verify the water supply, it could be a bad water supply valve. Bench test the filters for flow or obstruction.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a few things to check, first off is adequate water supply(obviously).. next check your drain system, if your unit gravity drains look for a blockage, but if you have a secondary drain pump to pump away water check for proper operation, if that pump fails the machine will no longer let water in( thinks it full and no need to produce more ice if it cant get rid of old water
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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Sounds like you may have a couple of problems here. The frost build up could be from a bad door seal. Moist air can be drawn in and collect on the inside. As for the water temp, it sounds like the water line connected to the refrigerator could be tapped off a hot water line. It needs to be connected to a potible cold water line.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Ice cubes freeze from the outside, so the center of the cube is the last to freeze. Ice is pure water, only H 2 O, so as the ice cube freezes, all of the dissolved minerals are pushed to the center. Near the end of the freezing, there isn't much water left in the center of the cube, so these minerals become very concentrated, and they form the "white stuff" – the technical name is precipitate. The hardness minerals that cause the "white stuff" are not toxic.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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