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Back door of icemaker is fozen,cannot be fixed

I have given enough detail,can you have somebody i can call

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    luis pajares May 13, 2014

    is there anybody that can talk english on the phone

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    luis pajares May 13, 2014

    where can i trade ref. ed5dhexwq, forGE,with a reliable icemaker

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    luis pajares May 13, 2014

    paid $85.00 for rep. to tell me,icemaker cannot be repair

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Unplug your unit and let it sit for 24 hours. It will melt the ice and then you can dump the overflow tray located on the bottom of the unit. You may have to remove the guard in front to access the overflow water tray.

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Do you have a door that you have to lift up or push down or close very hard before it will latch? I have dealt with this problem many times. It can be very satisfying to fix, and it's usually not very hard to do.

Old houses (and not-so-old houses) often settle over time. This can shift walls and door jambs, causing misalignment. Or the hinges wear down a bit causing some sag. Or sometimes the problem is just that the door or the door jamb has warped a bit. I'll cover the fixes in order from simplest to more complex. See the picture of a door at the bottom for reference.
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OK, now the hinges are OK, but suppose the door still doesn't latch right. On the opposite side of the door frame (where the hinges are not), there is a little metal plate called a strike-plate. It has a hole init that the plunger from the door is supposed to fit into. (The plunger is the thumb-sized spring-loaded tab that sticks out from the edge of the the door and retracts when you turn the door-knob.) The problem is that the plunger is not aligned correctly with the hole in the strike plate. In older homes (say over 50 years) it is usually a vertical misalignment (that is, the hole is too high or too low). Or it can be the case that the door doesn't quite close far enough for the plunger to reach the hole. Get down on your knees and look closely at the position of the plunger relative to the hole in the strike plate as you slowly open and close the door. (Don't get a black-eye when another member of your household tries to enter the room!)

Once you identify the misalignment, here's how to fix it if the misalignment is not very great. Mark the strike plate with a sharpie to indicate where the hole needs to be enlarged. Remove the two screws holding the strike plate, and remove the strike plate. Use some tape on the door to hold the plunger in temporarily - this will prevent damage to your door jamb while the strike plate is removed.

Hold the strike plate in a vise and enlarge the hole with a file. If you don't have a vise or an appropriate file, find someone who does to help you. Put the strike plate back on, and you should be in business.

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But what do you do if area of the door jamb where the strikeplate goes is just in too sorry shape to fix it? In this case you need to start over with a fresh wood surface for the strike plate. This is best done using a router. You will need to contrive a fixture so that you can guide a router to cut out a nice neat rectangle ½ inch deep out of the door jamb where the strike plate was. This rectangle should be about 3 inches longer than the strike plate. You will probably have to remove the casing so that you don’t cut it with the router, but you only need to lift if off about 1inch in the area of the strike plate. You might also need to remove the stop from that side of the jamb so that you have a level surface to work from, but you might be able to make your fixture work around that if you use a guide bushingon the router. After cutting out the rectangle, cut a piece of ¾ wood to fit the rectangle and glue it in place. After the glue dries, plane it down flush with the jamb and fit the strike plate where you need it.

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