Question about Whirlpool GS6NBEXR Side by Side Refrigerator
It's not making ice or not comeing out the despencer
Are you getting water? If you have water check how cold freezer is. Freezer most get to minus 10 degrees somtimes as low as minus 5. If your freezer is working properly it should drop to zero or below.If you are not getting water and you freezer is cold enough to trigger the system.You either have abad solinoid valve or your line is stopped up. Loosen line at frig. first to make you are getting water.You have a wire with acouple spades on it you could hook directly to solinoid valve to check it. Hope this helps Fxit
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
Is it the despencer or the icemaker which thing showing the problem makes a difference to giving you info on the repair.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have what appears to be a similar problem -- but have not yet found a solution. The door or valve on the ice dispensing chute is not closing or sealing properly. The warm air from the kitchen is drawn into the freezer (ice maker). The warm air condenses and freezes causing the ice cubes in the ice bin to freeze together, preventing their discharge from the bin. Also, the warm air and condensation freezes and builds up frost and ice in the discharge chute. When you try to discharge ice cubes, they get stuck in the chute and will not discharge.
Temporarily, you can open the freezer door, access the ice bin and loosen the cubes which are frozen together. You can also remove any cubes from the discharge chute. If there is frost and ice in the discharge chute, use a hair dryer to melt the frost and ice, putting a container under the dispenser in the door to catch the run-off water.
I've done all of the above and I'm still not getting a proper seal and air is still getting into the ice maker bin and dispensing chute. Looks like a service-call is next.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
SOURCE: my ice despencer is not
There is a tub that goes through the back of the freezer wall into the ice maker. Sometimes this tube will freeze shut and needs to be thawed out.
The water fill tube will freeze shut from low water pressure. Ether from a bad water valve or low pressure to the refrigerator itself.
Pull the refrigerator out and remove the tube from the back wall to check it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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