Question about Refrigerators
My ice maker is not making much ice
The problem may be connected to the mineral content in your water supply. Particles can bond at the valve/water supply line entry point and restrict flow. Turn water supply off, remove icemake line, carefully screw openings, have someone open water valve and expel particles. a solid stream means it's ok. A dribble means it needs more reaming ..repeat if necassary. If flow is good and ice crescents are still small then the icemaker valve on the refrigerator may need to be replaced. A quick fix can be tried by taking off the IceMaker face. Increase duration of fill by turning adj. toward "+''. judge lar
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
We just hooked the water up today at 1:00 PM and I have a few cubes but it is not full. How long does it take to fill it up? Is there something I can do to fix the problem?
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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