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Re: is there ice in the maker?
You'll want to pull the icemaker. Start by disconnecting the wires and then remove the screws holding it in. Check the gears that make the ice maker ams turn. Make sure all the teeth are still on the gears and that there is nothing obstructing them from moving.
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I know this is basic but did you check to make sure the ice maker didn't get switched off in the moving stuff around. Most have some manner of interconnect to shut down the ice maker if the receptacle is not in position - perhaps a wire got knocked loose?
Have you checked the temperature, inside of the freezer? It must be at least, 0 degrees, before the water will freeze into ice. Is the ice maker getting power? Why do you need to find a reset button? I don't know your ice maker. I've never heard, of a rest button on an ice maker. Your question isn't specific enough. Other than that, I can't help you. Good luck.
I took the arm of the ice-making machine out of the slot and put it back in, pushing it snugly inside the slot, then raised and lowered it several times. Then, with the arm in the up (stop making ice) position, I felt inside the ice-making tray, where I noted there were ice cubes as well as a sheet of ice at the base of the ice-making tray. I poured approximately 24 oz. of hot tap water into the tray to melt the sheet of ice. I turned the freezer temp control to "warmer". I think the freezer temp setting was too cold, causing the ice maker to freeze the water before it could make cubes. I have a working ice maker again!
Yes you will need to take the screws that mount the Ice maker to the side of the freezer and unplug the cable plug that is hidden behind the back of ice maker. The only time that element is needed to become hot is the moments before the ice maker drops ice. Thanks, Sea Breeze
have you checked the inlet to the ice mAchine inside of the freexzer to see if its frozen up. use a hair dryer to thaw it out. the main cause of this is a leaking solinoid valve on the outside of the unit.
These Icemakers have plastic gears on the modules that are breaking, also some have thermostats that are malfunctioning. I recommend haveing an experianced tech look at the unit to see if you need the new upgraded indoor ice maker.