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Mr Freeze SA12863 Counter Top Ice Maker parts?

Looking for parts. Need water drain cap. We lost the gasket so now it leaks. Need 2 gaskets and a water drain cap for back-up parts. Can you help

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    How do I work it. I just got it at a Garage sail.

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Call the phone number on the back of the machine.
sunpentown 800-330-0388
They helped me diagnose a problem and sent me easy instructions for fixing it. They also had parts I could order.

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MY SAMSUNG ICE MAKER KEEPS FREEZING UP. WE TAKE IT OUT AND LET IT DEFROST AND THEN REINSERT IT AND IT WORKS FOR A WHILE AND FREEZES UP AGAIN.WHATS WRONG WITH IT

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I have a Mr. Freeze counter top ice maker, it is leaking water from underneath, the side spout for emtying water out is broken. Does anyone know where I can take it to get it fixed. I live in La Mesa, Ca 91941, a suburb of San Diego, Ca. Thanks, Daisyrain643@msn.com

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Water leaking from ice maker


Make sure normal drain line (located under the ice) is not clogged. Check gaskets and seals. Also make sure everyone who uses it closes the door completely and does not leave it cracked open. And make sure no one has screwed any thing into it and punctured through it. A screw alone will not keep the water in.

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The long answer requires you to describe a bit more about what you've got and what is happening. What model freezer do you have? Is it a frost-free, or manual defrost? How old is it? Does it have a built-in icemaker?

Possibilities:
1) Your freezer is leaking some water from the ice maker or possibly the through-the-door water connections.
2) Your door gasket is no longer sealing, and humid air is getting in to the freezer, where the water condenses out and falls to the bottom of the freezer, creating ice. Make sure the door closes completely, that nothing stops it from closing, and that the gasket is tight; put a crisp dollar bill between the unit and the door gasket, and see if you can easily slide it around. If so, you need a new gasket.
3) Or, you may have a frost-free model and the hole where the water from the defrost cycle is supposed to drain is clogged. Pull things out of the bottom of the freezer, melt the ice, and see if there's a small hole. If so, make sure it's clear and clean; use a small brush, not anything sharp or abrasive.

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A cracked cylinder block will cause either:
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(b) coolant contamination of motor oil
(c) white exhaust smoke, due to coolant seeping into one or more cylinders.
(d) more than one of the above
(e) all of the above

Oil infiltrating into coolant is easy to see - drain some coolant out through the pepcock at the bottom of the radiator, and place it into a styrofoam coffee cup. Oil droplets floating on top of the green (or orange) coolant are easily seen. Or visualize oil by looking into the top of the radiator through the radiator cap.
Coolant infiltrating into and mixing with motor oil will permanently damage the engine (seizing it up through loss of lubrication), and must be prevented.
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1 Inspect Water Pump - Worn, Cracked or Leaking Water Pump, or Water Pump gasket.
2 Inspect Head Gasket - Leaking Head Gasket.
3 Inspect Radiator - Leaking Radiator Hose(s).
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5 Inspect Radiator Hose - Ruptured, Cracked or Leaking Radiator Hose.
6 Inspect Freeze Plug - Leaking Freeze Plug(s).
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8 Inspect Water Outlet - Cracked, Leaking or Damaged Water Outlet.
9 Inspect Heater Control Valve - Leaking or Faulty Heater Control Valve.
10 Inspect Radiator Drain Pepcock - Loose, Damaged, or Faulty Radiator Drain Pepcock, or Pepcock O-ring.
11 Inspect Engine (DOMESTIC ONLY) - Cracked Cylinder Block Leaking Coolant into at least one Cylinder, causing white exhaust smoke.

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