Question about Refrigerators
This is the first step..make sure the tube that allows water to flow into your icemaker is not frozen up. if it is, derfrost and replace water valve. if not, make sure you have water going to refrigerator..second step..does your icemaker come on? you can actually start these by using a jumper wire on some models and not knowing your style. i'll just suggest, wait and see if it starts by adding about 4 ounces of water into your mold. see if it pops the cubes out. make sure its turned on..as long as its cold enough in the freezer . It should start up . If not dumping ice in say four hours. you may need a new I/m assembly..if it does, and does not fill on its own. replace fill valve...Bruce
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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