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Re: Kenmore side by side 22 ice maker
I'm assuming you're speaking of the mechanism that froze/transported the ice to the bin. Try a tiny bit of vegatable oil spray like Pam. If you are speaking about ice in the ice container, this is caused by a partial thaw of the ice...you're opening the door too often.
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several reasons. 1) the ice level sensor bar is pushed up. 2) the motor may have accumulated ice inside it causing it to stop turning. 3) Ice tray thermostat may be bad not heating the tray just prior to dumping.
remove unit. wash it out, remove all ice. try coating the ice cube area with some PAM NON FLAVORED spray..LIGHTLY.. usually, the ice maker is attached by a couple of screws, then you can get to the power plug, to detach and remove it. Overtime, the ice cubes will stick to the surface sometimes the PAM spray will help the ice slip out, but if it continues, you may have to replace the tray ( especially if the tray is nylon and the surface is pitted from deposits from the water- replacing the filter at least annually if not every 6 months makes them last longer) if there is no filter to the water supply, get one.
Your icemaker tray has an update for the water flowing over the tray. You will need to call a qualified LG technician to get it replaced. Also, the tray is twisted because it binds itself against the hinge pin on the left side. To stop this, spray some cooking spray oil in the left hinge pin and it should unbind itself and return to normal.
I had this problem. The root cause was that mineral deposits had built up in the ice cube tray. The ice would not "dump"... but stayed in the tray after the dump cycle. I did not catch it quickly and eventually the plastic frame broke. That was easily replaced. Inspect the ice tray to see that all cube surfaces are smooth. If there are mineral deposits, they need to be removed. Do NOT scrub with anything abraisive or you will ruin the tray. As you are looking straight on at the Ice maker, with the bin out, depress the small black retangular tab. The tray assembly will come apart to remove the tray. Rinse the tray, then fill with warm vinegar. Let it soak. You may scrub with soft cloth, finger or fingernail to remove deposits. Replace the tray and you should be in business.