Question about Refrigerators
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Make sure the freezer is at least 17 degrees or colder more colder is better. If you have a square cover on the end of the ice maker see if you can pull it off and press on the gear face don't turn just press. That may clean the electrical contact springs and get it working again. Basically if ya got water, 17 degrees or colder you will get ice. Other than that the ice maker motor module is likely bad broken gear. Make sure there's no "alien" object that got clogged onto the ice dispenser itself. There's also a small heating element under the ice tray. I wonder if that element is not warming the bottom of the tray to allow ice to dump. If that happened, didn't warm the tray, it may have caused the plastic piece to break.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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