Question about Refrigerators
I have moved the switch to off but the ice bucket still overflowes. There is no swing arm like the old days. What tells the ice maker to stop making ice?
What can I do th solve this problem?
You didn't state what make and model fridge you have. But most newer units now use an optical eye system, and when the ice blocks the eye's beam it stops making ice. If you've turned the switch to off and it still makes ice, then you need the unit serviced.
Hope that helps...
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