Question about Electrolux Refrigerators
No ice maker in unit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Use a cup of water and just fill the ice cube maker with enough water for the first batch and the sensor will then begin making ice again.
My ice cube maker stopped working after I changed the filter. After reading countless posts about wiring and defrosting and using a blowdryer into the fill line I emptied my freezer and fridge, then unplugged it. I got no results after two days. I finally just put some water in the ice cube maker (the metal ice cube tray below the white plastic fingers that forms the cubes) plugged it back in and closed the door for a few hours and it worked. I wonder if I needed to defrost the unit at all. It was working before I changed the filter, then the filter was full and stopped water from flowing (or decreased the flow dramatically anyway).
Posted on May 05, 2008
SOURCE: Frost on Ice Maker shute
Dtot, does the flap shut all the way? Sounds like you are drawing moisture from the chute. The flapper should seat so that no air is being drawn in. I have seen a number of these Whirlpools where the pin and spring retainer has broken off from the dispensor housing causing this problem. They use to replace the whole freezer door because the dispensor housing is not a servicable part. They have now come out with a kit to address this problem. This is not a fun job for a first timer. You may want to contact Whirlpool and inquire about the aforementioned. If this is your case, there is a good chance they will cover it. Catriver..post back.
Posted on Oct 21, 2006
Hi all rootbeergirl here. I had the optics changed and the moter on the other side of the icemaker changed I was able to send them both back to Whirlpool because they were both faulty and my fridge was still under warranty and the repair person I had out was a whirlpool warranty certifed rep. I guess I was lucky but whirlpool did tell me that they were having issues with both parts burning out. But now that they are changed it has been been working like a charm. The repair man did suggest that if you are not useing your ice maker alot then you should turn it to the off posistion and let the ice run low or dump the ice holder on a weekly basis. Hope this helps. alsop to replace both parts if you have to pay runs about $300.00
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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