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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this same thing happen and I just fixed it! After returning from a long trip, I threw out the old ice (now mostly shrunk), but no new ice was being made. The tray where the ice is made was completely empty/dry (maybe any ice cubes there had "shrunk" away to nothing as well? perhaps part of what keeps the freezer "frost free"?).
So I filled the tray with water using a small measuring cup -- which is what the manufacturer suggests when the refrigerator is new. Now it's making ice again just fine! This might or might not work for you, but trying it won't cost you anything.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
Pull out the whole ice machine part. At the back of the fridge you will see a small rectangle hole with a white plastic part inside the whole. Loosen the pastic part by applying a little pressure with your fingers it should move, it's probably just sticking.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Similar problem. Occasionally my ice maker goes on the fritz. Usually I can turn off the ice maker and place a piece of newspaper over the freezer holes for overnight and it starts making ice when I turn it back on. This time that didn't work so I unplugged it this morning for 3 hours and put all the stuff in coolers. I opened all the doors and removed the freezer bin (just the bin maa'm, not the frame) so I was sure the water lines inside the fridge doors and sides would unfreeze. Plus side is the Fridge got a good cleaning. I just heard my first ice drop about a 1/2 hour ago.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
you will need to replace the water inlet valve, this runs your water and ice,, before you replace it take your water line off and hold it in a pot, then have someone turn the water back on , this will let you know for sure you are getting water to the valve,, if no water comes out then you have a water line prob,, have that fixed then hook it back up and turn it on, then you will need to run the water for about 2 -3 minutes to purge the air out of the line,,, if you rplace the valve you will need to purge also
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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