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RS2630SH icemaker slow production

Since new the icemaker only produces shattered ice, production is very slow, two or three ejects today. The icemaker was replaced once under warranty. New problem today, this morning the container was full of frozen water and the cube tray was iced over. I removed the icemaker, deiced and reinstalled it. It is back to its slow production of cracked chunks and chips, almost like when you put it on crushed.

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  • Anonymous Jun 24, 2008

    ONLy a little water is dispensed when reset button is on the bottom of the front panel. make a few little cubes and stops.

  • nanac7845 Jun 27, 2008

    how can you increase the production of ice

  • taybirds Jul 13, 2008

    I get water to come out to get a glass of water but the ice maker is not making ice

  • Icechips Sep 23, 2008

    the fans are junk but easy to replace, easy access and modular

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Had the same problem. This allows 12 seconds for the tray to fill. If your water filter is the least bit dirty or the water supply line is clogged a bit, you will get an incomplete fill and the cubes will be hollow, mishapen, or, in my case, all won't eject properly. Replace your filter. If that doesn't do it then use a shop vac with any kind of modification to it that will fit into the supply line and **** out the blockages. Hope this helps.

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Fan's on this unit must be junk... I've had mine for 2 years... squeals something terrible. My old hotpoint 14 years before any problems.

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