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The ice maker has heater that thaws the ice cubes a little before they are ejected. This keeps the from sticking to the form.

Kenmore... | Answered Yesterday

At the top of the freezer is a door that goes to the refrigerator. If the freezer works it means the door that lets cold air into the refrigerator is closed. Check this door.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

At the back of the freezer is locate the evaporator and below it is a drip pan to collect the water produced during the defrost cycle. Some equipment defrost every 12 hours so that is why you see the ice formation at mornings. You need to flush the drain hose by blowing with compressed air, or suction ut from its end below the outback of the unit. Also you can use a flexible ;plastic rod and carefully pass it thru the hose from the bottom ow the drip pan.

Frigidaire... | Answered Yesterday

The solenoid valves, located in the lower back of the refrigerator, where the water line enter the unit has a filter mesh at the inlet. Mineral formation or debris from the tube lines block the water pass and present the symptoms you describe. Also, when units do not have this filter mesh, the mineral deposit and debris obstruct the water valve mechanism and the water flow. If you have good pressure at the valve entrance, but not at the output, replace the solenoid valves.

Frigidaire... | Answered Yesterday

here ya go.
Grab the black dispenser port with a strong hand and hold the door from opening with another, or your shoulder. Firmly pull the assembly away from the door. It will take a quick, firm pull to do the deed. The assembly is held in place by several plastic lock tabs. These will give way without breaking.
pushing the fridge back will be easier than pulling it around.
Best of luck and hope this helps you.

Samsung... | Answered Yesterday

Open up the shower head so its open put heat it to room to help defrost lines . Or use a blow lamp on line to defrost or use heat tape

Refrigerators | Answered 2 days ago

The auto defrost heat element is not working. When the ice buildup clogs the airflow the unit stops cooling. Once you unplug it and give it a chance to melt it works again. You need to have the defrost unit replaced.

GE GTS22KBP Top... | Answered 2 days ago

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