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My ice maker produces ice with white flakes in it, and slowly.

It produces ice, but at a very slow rate, and it is full of white flakes which is disgusting. All the other water faucets in the house do not have white flakes so I know it's something wrong with the ice-maker. I replaced the line coming from the valve to the fridge and it has not corrected the issue. Do I have to have a repairman come and fix this?

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If you also get the flakes with the water from the water dispenser it could be the water chiller reservoir behind the crisper in the fridge. If it's just the ice maker the non stick surface in the ice mold may be coming loose.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

  • Nick Martin Mar 30, 2011

    Hey woodchuck that's the problem I have. Pieces of that mold are flaking off. Do I have to replace that part? What is it called the ice cube mold?

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