Question about Refrigerators
Leaking ice maker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ice maker leaking
Twodogs, I can't bring anything up with this model number but let me give you a couple scenerios of what could be wrong. The mold itself could be rotting out and leaking on fill, The fill valve in back of the refer might not be seating correctly and therefore you have an overfill. The fill tube might not be set in the trough causing it to spill over. Some models have a fill adjustment screw on the module of the ice-maker, I can't tell if yours does because of the incomplete model number. Catriver, post back.
Posted on Aug 09, 2006
SOURCE: blue ice from ice maker
I have this problem too. Seems to be a couple of blue paper washers in the unit that the water filters through and they break up. Ive had this issue go on for more than a year now with Liebherr trying over and over not to claim responsibility. Ive sent them the blue washers and photos and all to get analyzed and they simply do not call me back. Their service center didnt even know there were 2 blue washers in the unit. Seems to be a mess. In any case I still have a very large amount of blue paper dust in my ice and its unuseable. Any solutions?
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
not familiar with brand but you will pop a cover off the icemakerfront and either push dial to start or jumper it some how. some models cant be jump started but i assume if you must bleed it then it has to have a way to start the icemaker.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
This ice maker can be cycled manually to help determine the problem. To
cycle this ice maker, pull the front cover off of the ice maker. You
will now have access to the module which has some test terminals marked
on it (I'm sending you a picture). Using a well insulated jumper, place
it between T-H and the ice maker should start to cycle.
Be careful this is a hot (live) check. If the ice maker starts, after about 5 seconds remove the jumper. It will take a few minutes for it to break the ice free and if it cycles completely and refills the ice maker will need to be replaced. This indicates it's not starting on its own. If it just stops on the ice, the mold heater may be open. You should be able to feel the bottom of the ice maker to see if it's getting warm but be careful, if you touch the mold heater, it can be very hot. If the mold heater is not hot, again the ice maker will need to be replaced. If the ice maker never cycles with the jumper, there may not be any voltage getting to the ice maker. Some voltage checks will need to be made and a technician will be needed to make these checks.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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