Question about Refrigerators
On Sunday, I tooked the entire ice tub out and used all the ice to cool some beverages. Since then the Ice Machine has not made any Ice. The Ice Mold is empty. The water dipenser works fine. Any ideas?
Usually there is a big metal frame-switch that controls the flow of water. It is located right above the ice tub. If your ice tub is full the ice cubes push this metal switch up so as to stop water supply. If you remove the ice tub out, chances are that you have accidentally pushed the metal switch all the way up until it clicks and stays there. In this position, the ice mold water flow is permanently stopped.
Insert the tub again in its position slowly. Before fully inserting it, pull the metal switch down inside the empty tub. With the switch down, insert the ice tub back into position.
If that does not apply for your refridgerator, look for a similar water flow switch to turn back on the water flow.
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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