Question about Refrigerators
240556500 is the number on the freezer door by icemaker instructions.
I have a Frigidaire ref/frzr M#F44N21C. Quite awhile ago. while moving the fridge, I broke the copper line going to the icemaker. I finally got around to replacing the line with a flex hose, but now the ice maker doesn't work!?! The metal arm moves up and down but nothing else happens. Any ideas?
First, check to make sure you have water pressure at your supply line. (flex hose) If you have pressure and the icemaker is cycling, (arm moving up and down on its own) you most likely have a defective water inlet valve. This is the valve that the supply line connects to. Water is fed to this valve through your flex hose and then passed through a solenoid to your icemaker when the solenoid is energized.
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