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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a bad water valve. The valve has 2 sections, one for the water dispenser and the other for the ice maker. Check those connections in the back of the refrigerator. If everything is ok, replace the water valve.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
SOURCE: ice maker kitchenaid
You did remember to turn it back on? Mine has a handle that detects when the tray is full and you flip it up to turn it off and down to turn it on. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
SOURCE: ice maker stopped working
take off the cover to your icemaker and make sure the 2 tabs in the center of the main gear are in tack and not broken or bent. if they are, the ice maker module will need to be replaced. if that is okay, check the fill tube in the back of the freezer that goes to the icemaker and make sure it is not frozen. if it is, it will need to be thawed. your water filter may be plugged and need replaced. if all those are ok, then there may be an issue with the water valve itself. Joe
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
I would assume you are referring to the ice level sensor that is on the center divider. It is normal for it to blink if the door is open. You can test out this theory by holding the flap on the left side closed but not blocking the sensor. The light should go steady. If the ice maker is not working then you either need to change the lazer sensor or the ice maker itself.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: no water flow to the ice maker
Here's a kinda clumsy solution: I had a similar problem--for several years I'd manually pour in just enough water to fill the spaces. Sometimes the ice maker would then start to work again for a couple of weeks. We have hard water, so I assume it's a problem related to minerals building up somewhere.
Anyway, most recently, I had some cubes frozen in the bottom of the drawer so grabbed the drawer and pounded it in and out a couple of times, bumping it onto the back wall a couple of times. Voila, the maker started making cubes. Now every time I get cubes, I first pull out the drawer halfway and then shove it against the back wall. ...seems to work--the drawer is always filled to the brim no matter how much ice I take. It's been a couple of months now so seems to be working...
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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