Question about Refrigerators
We emptied our in-door ice container on April 8, 2009. It is now April 16 and we have not heard water running nor has any ice been produced. This has happened in the past but if we giggled the ice container in the door, it would activate the process again. We have turned it off and on several times. Thanks for any help you can give.
What do you mean by "giggled the ice container in the door?"
If I get it well, remove the ice container and look for any switch in its holder( where the container touches the refrigerator body). If you find one check if it's not broken, then try pressing/pushing it. If it seems to work normally, put the container back and try to push it towards that switch to make sure it presses it.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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Ice bin must be locked in place for proper ice dispensing. If necessary, turn auger driver behind ice bin counterclockwise to properly align ice bin with auger driver.
• Press the switch ON to activate ice maker. Slide bin into guide rails located on either side of the enclosure. Push the ice bin in until resistance is felt. Raise the front slightly and push the ice bin completely in. An audible "click" is heard when the ice bin is located correctly.
• After freezer section reaches between 0° to 2° F (-18° to -17° C), ice maker fills with water and begins operating. You will have a complete harvest of ice
approximately every hour.
• Allow approximately 3 to 6 hours after installation to receive first harvest of ice.
• Discard ice created within the first 12 hours of operation to verify system is flushed of impurities.
• Stop ice production by pressing the ON/OFF switch located on the front of the ice maker.
• The first one or two batches will probably contain undersized and irregular cubes because of air in the supply line.
• When the ice cubes are ejected it is normal for several cubes to be joined together at the ends. They can easily be broken apart. The ice maker will
continue to make ice until the supply of ice cubes raises the ice maker arm, shutting the ice maker off.
• Certain sounds may accompany the various cycles of the ice maker. The motor may have a slight hum, the cubes will rattle as they fall into an empty storage bin and the water valve may click or "buzz" occasionally.
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