Question about Refrigerators
Is the metal arm sticking out the side of it down?
If is is then it could be the little motor. You can take the cover off and turn the white plastic cog by hand and test the rest of the system. (you might have to unscrew the cog 1st).
The metal arm sticks out the right hand side of the unit, it is there to stop and start it.
You will need to undo the screw in the middle of the cog and then turn it clockwise.
2 full revolutions is what it does each time it makes ice.
If you have a multi meter you could test to see if you are getting power to the motor, but.... be very carefull if you are going to take it apart. Some of these 'spring' apart and bits fly everywhere when you open then...lol
if it doesnt help... check the cam timer that runs the ice maker....
thank you have a nice day
Posted on May 08, 2009
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