Question about Amana ABB1921WEW - 18.5 cu. ft. Bottom-Freezer RefrigeratorWhite
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Amana French Door Bottom Freezer
see if there is any ice caught within the ice maker itself preventing proper cycling of the ice maker. if not pop off the white cover to the ice maker(theres small **** in the cover on bottom right corner of white cover to insert a ***** driver and twist the cover will pop off. look into the center of the main plastic gear, there should be 2 "tabs" holding that gear in place . as if you were to push gear on and the tabs would keep it in place.( reason i mention that it is/was a problem with the ice makers hat the gear would break and it was very noticeable looking into the center gear).if not, theres a detailed trouble shooter for the ice maker behind the kickplate(maybe taped up under front corner under cabinet) it will tell you points to check for power and jump out if necessary
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Try closing the valve partially on the incoming water to the icemaker. Close it to a trickle. Water is fed to the icemaker by a short timer. Too much water pressure means too much water. If this helps it but not solve it, get the spec sheet for the icemaker and adjust to make cubes smaller. This shortens the timer. If no joy, you may need to replace icemaker module.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
SOURCE: Amana Temp Assure bottom
I am having a similiar problem. How is your seal - check the gasket and see if there is any separation from the door where air could get in. I had our gasket replaced several years ago but the door was not level and the seal pulled away from the freezer in the upper left corner allowing air to get in and make snow in the unit. Now the compressor has trouble kicking on after the auto defrost. We hear an electric buzzing sound every 20 seconds or so. Fans run but the unit doesn't cool. If we pull it out and unplug, wait and plug back in it usually starts back up. I have read that rather than replacing the whole compressor we may be able to just replace the relay,overload and run capacitor assembly - looking into that now...
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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You have a frozen drain. You need to remove the back panel in the freezer. Do not touch anything behind the panel and dont poke anything. You need to remove as much ice from the bottom as you can. Then use boiling water to pour in the bottom section under the evaparator,I would put a towel in the unit to help catch the water. Keep adding new hot boiling water until the drain clears up and the water starts to drain. It can take a while sometimes the whole tube will freeze. You can add a duckbill to the end of the drain hose behind the unit to help stop this from happening part number 8055306 Just push it on the end of the drain line.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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