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Replacing the icemaker is neither expensive nor hard. Order a replacement on the Internet.

Sounds like a malfunction in the icemaker itself.

Whirlpool 25.6... | Answered 2 hours ago


Your icemaker is not filling all the way. You're just getting "shells" of ice cubes. It could be a restriction in the line feeding the fridge. It could be a clogged filter. It could also be a valve that's not opening fully. I had an icemaker/water valve where the plungers got "gummy" and kind of stuck to the seats. Replaced and worked great.

Suggestion: Find the fill valve, remove the incoming water line and make sure you're getting a good strong stream of water from the tubing.

Samsung... | Answered 3 hours ago


you type in their e-mail address and see if you get a reply
most likely you will get an undelivered reply so it will not be legit

Beverage-Air... | Answered 4 hours ago


Stainless steel does rust - or at least that is the theory.

There is in fact two types of stainless steel; the original categorised austenitic which is instantly recognised due to it being unable to attract a magnet due to the absence of iron. Austenitic is relatively expensive and difficult to work but adding iron in various quantities to the alloy produces a cheaper, lighter metal that looks good and is easier to work while still providing some resistance to corrosion. The more iron that is added to the ferritic type of stainless, the lighter, cheaper and easier it is to work but the corrosion resistance is substantially reduced.

Cars have been fitted with stainless steel exhaust systems of the ferritic type for many years and although they last a long time they soon show surface rust and sometimes will rust through.

I expect your fridge wipes are either acid or alkaline that are suitable only for austenitic and good grades of ferritic and Bosch have used a particularly poor grade of stainless. I expect fridge magnets stick very well...

Mild discolouration could be removed with a mild abrasive cleaner though that would tend to ruin the brushed finish. Clearly future cleaning should be carried out with a neutral ph cleaner and the surface protected with a hard wax polish.

I suggest you check the cleaning instructions in the Bosch instruction book. If you feel you have done nothing wrong you might be able to claim from your household insurer as accidental damage. It would be a good idea to inform the manufacturer of the cleaning wipes...

Bosch B26FT70SNS | Answered 4 hours ago


Is the compressor even running also is the fan blowing inside freezer.
You might have a leak and all the refrigerant came out .

Refrigerators | Answered 11 hours ago


You know that the lowest setting is the coldest .
Set it to 35 refrigerator, 6 degree freezer and see what haopen

Frigidaire... | Answered 11 hours ago

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