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Re: does not make ice
There a lot of could be's / so look for a frozen inlet tube wher it dumps into tray / a bad water valve./ freezer tempt must be below 15 deg. for ice maker to cycle . and most common the ice maker itself may be bad . mm . if more info is needed and thes didn't help nee model & brand .. mm
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First, check the filter and make sure it isn't clogged. Second, check the water line and more importantly, the valve that feeds the water to the fridge. It should be 1/4'' line and usually has a saddle valve installed off another larger cold water line. Saddle valves have a tendency to rust and clog. these are simple fixes, generally. IF all these check out OK, Check the water valve inside of the fridge, where water line comes in..Hope this solves your problem.Good luck DW
The seal on the door is not making contact with the fridge. Take a hair dryer on moderate heat setting close the door and heat up the seal where the frost is until it gets flexible and makes contact with the fridge for a good seal. Should happen in about 30-45 seconds. I had the same problem, waited around all day for a service tech to come and he did this in a minute. I was not happy and was like why did you not just tell me to do that over the phone.
Welp, you're gonna have to get yourself a cheapo oven thermometer and relabel (sharpie or label maker, or tiny paint pen). Most ovens aren't very accurate according to their labels anyway, so you'll have to experiment with the thermometer and some labeling. If ya want to be slick, you can get some clear contact paper or similar, tape out some basic temps, then print out a label with them all. But a plain old label maker will probably work fine.
Try using a pair of pliers and pushing down as you turn first counter clockwise as if you are turning the gas on then back clockwise till it won't turn anymore. If it's still trying to ignite see if its the oven or make sure that its the burner that's trying to ignite . I''m not a appliance person just a home maker so if it were me and none of those things work turn off the gas to the stove unplug the power to the stove and call the gas company or appliance center. One thing though some of those type of knobs are two parts like they have to be pressed down to turn on the gas. Or the have to be set in a certain position to engage the ignite switch. If you know a little about wiring look at the switch and check the wires. But make sure before you do anything that there is no gas on.!!!
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