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How to remove ice maker fan cover on an lg lfx31925st?

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SOURCE: ice maker LG side by side

What is the model #? Get it off the sticker inside the refrigerator side.

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SOURCE: LG LFC23760ST ice maker barely making ice

The making of ice may speed up a bit after the whole unit interior and insulation is cooled down.

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How do I fix ice maker that is dripping water from filling into the ice bin?

You will need to change the water control valve. Can you confirm the model number? Is the model LFX31925ST above your post correct? If yes this is the part=> AJU72992603 Water Inlet Valve See part location number 619-A in photo=> HERE I'm here should you have question, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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Fix error code if on LG fridge LFX31925, tried unplugging (maybe not long enough?), where is ice maker fan? and how do i replace it?

Hello Mike;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.
I was hoping LG would stop manufacturing this type of design.
You need to stay away from bottom freezers, especially those manufactured by both LG & Samsung. Cosmetically they look nice. They are high maintenance and high failure.
You are probably good with tools and quite handy. But, what you are asking is a nightmare.
Here is the design flaw; there is a separate fan for the ice maker in your fresh food section door. Ice makers belong in the freezer. There are air ports that go to the enclosed housing on your door. This is where a separate fan in your freezer blows cooling air. When you open the fresh food section of your unit and close the door, you are forcing warm air down through these cooling ports into the ice maker fan. The fan builds up condensate and freezes.
The ice maker fan is located in the back of your freeze wall on the left hand side. You can not see it. There is a square mold that has 3 screws. The fan is behind this.
To access the fan, which normally does not need to be replaced; remove the bottom freezer door. The are two screws on outside of the rail system near the door. They are holding the door into slots. Remove the screws. Lift up pulling the door out of the slots. Set the door aside. In the back on the right hand side there is a small cover plate. On the back of the cover plate is your temperature sensor. Remover the cover plate 1 screw. Pop off the cover plate. Remove the sensor and attach a string to it for later recovery. This lead is short and after removing the back cover off you will need to recover it. You will not after unscrewing the retainer screws on the back cover to fully pull it off. The ice maker fan has short leads. You will need to struggle, after removing the 3 retaining screw on the cover plate, reaching behind to pull the fan out to disconnect the connector. The connector on this fan is very short.
Lets do it the easy way, chances are the fan motor is good. Using a hair dryer blow warm air down the ports from the port feeding the ice maker cooling air. Use the hair dryer on the freezer left hand wall. Better yet, unplug your unit for 24 hours.
Next time do not purchase a bottom freezer, Amada & Kitchen Aid are low maintenance. Kenmore & GE make some nice units if you get the right model.

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To replace that you have to take that whole assembly out and you need to install a new Solenoid, new dispenser flap, and a new spring for the flap.

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How do you remove the back freezer panel on an lg lfx31925st

first you have to take out your freezer bin and remove the door from the tracks. after that you have to remove the ice maker(should be two to three screws) then remove the rails for the door(do that by loosing a small clip on the clip to the rear and pulling on the rail). then remove the plastic pieces that the rails slide into and set them aside, should be like 3-4 screws per piece, there may be a screw in the middle of the back panel, remove it, then it pulls out from the top. it has tabs so you'll have to pull it out. remember from the top not the bottom. then there will be a couple plugs that are attached to the panel, unplug and there ya go! may i ask whats wrong before you venture into such a feat? its not an easy job for a homeowner, may be able to help fix it without removing the panel.

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How Do You Repair An lg lfx31925st error code 1f

IF error code. This typically refers to a problem with the ice maker fan. It is recommended to unplug the unit and allow the ice maker compartment to defrost, thaw, and melt any ice buildup. Dry up the excess moisture before plugging the unit in again. This should resolve the matter. If not, post back to me.

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Error code 1f

IF error code. This typically refers to a problem with the ice maker fan. It is recommended to unplug the unit and allow the ice maker compartment to defrost, thaw, and melt any ice buildup. Dry up the excess moisture before plugging the unit in again. This should resolve the matter.

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Fan is making a loud noise by the ice maker. Sounds like it is rubing against something. It turns off when you open either door.

the fans normally stop when you open door fan probably has ice or frost in cover area remove food from area and check cover make sure not cracked and pushing in on fan also check and see that fan doesnt have plastic or foil stuck in it if ice dont have to defrost whole system clear food away and use a hair dryer on high directed on fan housing after a few min 8-10 check fan to see if ice or frost is gone

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