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Im sorry hyundai getz but if you punctured the gas line in the ice box and the gas escaped, then you will need a profesional technician to repair the line and recharge your system again in order to work.

we can not solve that problem this way.

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I cleaned the ice cube box & returned it to the RF20 Samsung fridge. Now it does not make ice cubes, Why?


Try re-seating the ice cub box, and make sure any ice maker moving parts, such as the ice bail wire are properly positioned and move freely. Sometimes the actuator and ice cube box do not line up correctly.

Make sure the ice cube box parts move freely.

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What to do if your ice maker stops working


Many refrigerators now come with built-in ice makers. Ice makers are very convenient, but occasionally they'll develop problems. Why pay a repairman to come out if the fix is easy and you can do it yourself?

Here are some tips for fixing an ice maker that stopped working.

- Check the on/off switch

Freezers with automatic ice makers have a switch that is used to turn the ice-making feature on or off. This switch is typically a rod above the ice box; when it's lowered, the ice maker is on, and when it's raised the ice maker is off. If the ice box fills up with ice, the ice can force the rod up, turning off the ice maker. Check this bar to be sure it is in the lowered position.

- Check if the auger or chute is clogged

Your ice maker has a chute where the ice falls from the freezer into the external tray (where a glass is placed). There is also an auger inside the freezer that rotates to drive the ice forward from the ice box into the chute. Check the chute for large chunks of ice that may be clogging it up, and check the auger for ice cubes or chunks that might have gotten wedged between the auger and the freezer, causing the auger to be unable to rotate.

- Check the water line

If you still haven't found the problem, check the water line leading into the freezer. This water line has its own valve. Make sure the valve is open, allowing water into the freezer to create the ice.

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I have GE side x side cannot get ice to make or water thru the door I have changed ice maker and water valve also have made sure I have water to refrigerator and no frozen lines so don't know


if this box is a 2001 or newer it has a filter in water line. if this is it take filter and bypass that whole filter. also these boxs have main control located back of box and all fuctions go thru this board. If older than 2001 check icemaker were plugs in. You can force ejectors to make the ice maker run. cycle icemaker check for power at water valve. The ice maker valve is the small line

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Why is ice forming in freezer


Ice layer inside freezer box floor - Defrost drain line clogged.

Frost or ice on freezer box top - Room air leaking into the fridge from door seals.

Frost on the Freezer box back wall means unit is not defrosting properly.

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My ice maker isn't getting water . is it the valve and if so how do I replace it


First add some water to the ice maker and see if it kicks out a batch if it does but no more then the water valve sure is suspect. Yank the ice box out from the wall and find the water supply line. Turn the water OFF. Follow the line into the ice box compressor area and you will find the ice make water valve. Use a good fitting wrench to remove the lines. Do not over tighten the supply lines. Snug em tight then turn on the water and if you nee d to simply tighten till no leak. That keeps ya from over tigtening it and causing probs. The electrical connection is a simple quick connect but remember if yall have water and ice in the door the valve will be a dual one sorta like this:
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These newer models the plastic line simply slides into place and locks, to remove the tubing simply push in on the white rings to release or cut the line. If you cut the line cut it straight across and not at an angle or it will leak.

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Have a Maytag MTF2193AR picked up from the back of menards for $80. However they punchured the line to release the freon. I brazed a service valve onto the line, but there is no plate inside fridge to tell...


I have done enough of these I could do them in my sleep so I will say no less han 4 ounces and not more than 6 ounces. I no longer weigh that small amount but have found the refrigerator will need also a new filter drier on the discharge side of compressor with arrow pointing towards the condenser. Depending how long the system was open you may need to pour the POE oil out and put fresh oil in the system because Ester Oil attracts moisture. To be sure I would want you to contact me because I am limited to what parts of their Service Manuals I can place here=> Sea Breeze Really once you have gone this far I would hate to see you lose your money. Here is some more material you can read as you get prepaired=> Refrigerators and Absolute Vacuum You will also need eutectic solder to solder copper to steel. Let me know if you want my help because like I said I cannot post Whirlpools material here or they may just take my subscription away, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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The refrigerator is 2 yrs old and has completely quit cooling in both the refrigerator and freezer.


I looked at your wiring diagram. This ice box has automatic defrost controls. That means the temp is regulated by a computer board. Their are some diagnostics you can perform on some of these models.
Your ice box appears to be a midrange control model. Click HERE for a diagnostics video

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Need info on how to hook up ice maker lines


OK the ice maker is the boss. It calls for water. Nothing else in the ice box controls the ice maker water but the ice maker itself. How? Fancier models use capacitance of ice mold to correctly fill the ice mold. On board intel monitors the temp of the ice mold by sending power through it and checking for differences in capacitance in the mold. When it hits the sweet spot it monitors the temp till it temps inside the mold determine ice is there and kicks in the harvest cycle. Older styles simply put a measured amount of water into the ice mold at the end of each harvest cycle. You gotta first run a water line to the water valve and then run a line from the water valve up to the Ice Maker fill spout behind the ice box. Nothing to it.

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Hello I have a 1960 general motors fridge. I was breaking ice off the ice box and punctured the outside box and all the gas escaped. Can you help me?


dear best solution is change the old ice box.if you can not this then repair the box and then fill the gas from repairing shop.thanks

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