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No water out of door I am afraid to turn on ice maker. Water valve is still on and I can hear filter fill breifly if I r&i. The green light illuminates above touch pad but not even a drop of water

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Change water valve one side feeds ice other water in the door.

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Ice maker on refrigerator does not work at all


Notwithstanding the ABSENCE of MAKE+MODEL...
(REFRIGERATER or ICEMAKER)...

Nothing came through with your "question"... ERGO

Most, generally & typically should be in front of everything that looks or sounds like a FACT.

Every ICE MAKER (I've ever worked on)has an on/off control...
Find it... turn it off, on, off & on several times (cycle the switch
(like lower the FILL wire ... or operate the on/off switch)).

ICE-MAKER heads are a relatively simple device with motor driven electro-mechanical sequencers that time water fill (adjustable), cube "done-ness" ((firmness by adjustable temperature)... and then "operate the fill valve... fill the tray...
Rotate the tray and eject the cubes.. refill with water...

If you can see or feel ice in your TRAY your...
you have NO ISSUE with your WATER VALVE...

To test this... use an ordinary water bottle and Put some water in your ICE TRAY...

Check back in an hour ...if your cubes have been NOT deposited into your ice bin... your ice-maker is turned off, has a open fuse or is defective & needs repair.

If it has ejected your cubes but you have not been refilled your WATER VALVE is defective...
replace it.

Hope this helps.

Aug 17, 2016 | Refrigerators

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Why is ice maker making small cubes?


Low water pressure can make small cubes.

Feb 14, 2016 | Refrigerators

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Water filter status has red light. Did not replace and now has green light and Ice maker stopped making ice.


Check the water inlet valve for any restrictions. You will need to shut off the valve from the household water supply before you disconnect the inlet tubing.

Check the screen that filter debris, If the screen is plugged, water flow will be restricted and the result will be small or layered ice cubes. Remove and clean the screen or replace the valve.

Inspect the ice maker mold to see if there are ice cubes present. If there are no cubes or very small cubes, then you should look for issues with the water fill system. Inspect the fill tube and the fill cup area at the back of the ice maker to make sure that they are not frozen. If there is an ice buildup in that area, confirm no foreign objects have disrupted the flow of water into the fill cup. If you find nothing the problem is definitely from the water inlet valve

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Not making ice after changing filter.


Hi and welcome to FixYa I am Kelly.

A new filter can take several cycles of the ice maker to fill the filter up with water before. The average filter is around 30 oz and the average ice maker fill cycle is 3.2 oz. The new filter did not have any water in it. The water in the door has a resercoir so the air in the filter will still make the water work until you get air. Drain abour 3 tall glasses from the water in door. The ice maker should then work properly. The filter filters water for water in door (inside) and the ice maker so if you have water inside the door you should have ice UNLESS one of the inlet water valve solenoids has failed. Also make sure the Freezer door / light switch functions properly. The door switch is supposed to stop water and ice functions with the door open.

I would like to know if it starts making ice.
Thanks for choosing FixYa,
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WP side-side freezer appears to be overflowing the


You just need a new water valve for this unit. Call us with your midel number and we'll be sure to get the right part out to you right away! We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Ice maker was working. it is not filling up with water. i filled myself and it did make ice and did drop it. it is not filling w/water. water to do?


hi..
Open the left door open the ice maker door, up in the left hand corner you should see a green light, check to make sure that you have a selection chosen(either small of large cubes)...

But you may need to check the water control valve on back and pour tap water into ice maker to see if it cycles and dumps. Remove the wires on the water control valve and with an ohm meter check both coils. The resistance should be close to the same...

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I have a Frigidaire, plrs267za. The ice maker will not fill the tray with water. It runs thru its dump cycle then, I hear what sounds like the valve turn on to fill with water but, no water comes into the...


The filter is probably clogged. Turn off the water supply to the icemaker, disconnect it from icemaker and turn the supply valve on long enough to determine water is available. You say you hear the fill valve opening. The filter is the only problem remaining.

Ray

Dec 17, 2008 | Refrigerators

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Kenmore Ice Maker


Sounds like a water valve problem to me. Force the ice maker to cycle. (turn it off and let it get cold for at least an hour then turn it back on). Test for voltage on the ice maker side of the valve. The valve is usually in the back near the floor. Just follow the water line. Another solution. switch the wires on the water valve. then try the water dispenser and see if it makes the ice maker fill up. See if when the ice maker cycles water comes out the door. If the ice maker causes water in the door , replace the valve, If door switch causes ice maker to fill up replace ice maker again.

Jun 27, 2008 | Freezers

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No water for ice maker or at door


  1. Water comes from water pipe, usually with a shut off valve (open??).
  2. Fridge has a small filter (for sand etc.) at inlet. (not clogged??)
  3. Water travels to solenoid valve, and waits for request. (do you hear it click when water requested??)
  4. Water usually goes to a fine filter..(these fail (plug) quite regularly).
  5. Water goes through storage in back of cool section (Inside fridge- is it full of water?).
  6. Water goes to ice maker (door) on fill request.
  7. For Ice maker:
  8. ?? Is the power switch "on" (to icemaker)??
  9. ?? Is the full / stop filling paddle/bar up?
  10. ...ask me more questions
  11. In your case the solenoid valve or more commonly the filter need to be replaced

Apr 21, 2008 | Refrigerators

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Water doesnt stop after ice tray is filled


there is a micro switch in the ice maker motor module that shuts power off to the ice-maker water valve when the ice maker is full but i rarely see them go bad this is the easy way to deal with it pull the unit out unplug both the valves and turn the water on a sec if its running in the ice maker with the valves are unplugged then replace the valves if its not replace the ice-maker motor module

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