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Ice maker is not getting water.

The icemaker stopped making ice but continued to go through the cycle. Not realizing that is was probably frozen at the water intake area we replaced the solenoid and the icemaker itself. We then realized that we should have defrosted the intake line --- which we did. It still is not getting any water -- although we can see water in the tube going up to the icemaker. It is no longer cycling like it is trying to make ice

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Check and reset the temp in the ice maker freezer coils them self's

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

  • a1b2 Aug 20, 2007

    If line freezes ; line heaters are available.
    Defrost the whole frig. even if it is self defrosting . Disconnect water supply and clean lines out reconnect.

  • a1b2 Aug 20, 2007

    Do this first before anything else -screw out water intake valve part of it may be broken

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