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ice on indoor units can be from blocked evaporator fins / blocked filters
inspect the fins under the filter pads and if they look greasy and dirty have the indoor unit professionally cleaned as it is messy
Check condenser coil which is the coil on back with fins, sometimes with metal.mesh filter. If dirty or clogged up clean filter, blow out with air or brush and rinse out, careful not to bend fins. Sounds like issue to me. Unless the dump valve may be leaking by
Hello. Thanks for choosing fixya! The most common cause for your problem is that someone accidentally raised the wire in the icemaker area that turns it off. Check that first if the wire is up, push it down and within a few hours you will have new ice. The second most common problem is that the cubes in the mold got stuck in there. the fix is to use a blow dryer to free them up, then dry out the mold and spray some PAM cooking spray in to the mold to lubricate it. The final possibliity is that there is ice in the water supply line that feeds your ice maker. Once again get out the blow dryer and thaw that ice so that the water flows once again. good luck with it. regards, joe
Typically when this problem occurs there is a clog of some sort between the filter and the ice maker. Disconnect the filter, stop your icemaker and take the fill line off. Blow compressed air from the filter side, until air blows freely. Reconnect all parts and turn unit on.
I had the same problem and went for the s**t or bust option, worked for me.... The pipe that feeds water into the bucket had become 'silted' (clogged up and causing water to flood the floor) so I shoved a pencil up it and wiggled it about. Has been perfect ever since.