The problem may be connected to the mineral content in your water supply. Particles can bond at the valve/water supply line entry point and restrict flow. Turn water supply off, remove icemake line, carefully screw openings, have someone open water valve and expel particles. a solid stream means it's ok. A dribble means it needs more reaming ..repeat if necassary. If flow is good and ice crescents are still small then the icemaker valve on the refrigerator may need to be replaced. A quick fix can be tried by taking off the IceMaker face. Increase duration of fill by turning adj. toward "+''. judge lar
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ice maker is bad has it,s own timer built in to let water in if you have water to your unit ,,, be sure the little lever is down on top of the ice bucket. if it is up this will stop the ice making process this i s a device to keep the ice from over filling the ice bucket
I had this problem with my GE ice maker not working and it was an
unbelievably easy fix. If you have the same ice maker then you will see
a green light by the power switch. Below the ice maker is a "paddle"
ice sensor. The paddle is attached to the ice maker and there is a coil
type tension spring. If your paddle is loose, make sure the end of the
spring (the pointy wire end) is inserted into a small hole. You
probably can't see the hole but move the wire end until it pops into
the small hole. You should now have tension on the paddle. At this
point I had heard that the freezer light bulb may be drawing too much
current for the ice makers motherboard. I removed the bulb and,
UNBELIEVABLY, the ice maker began making ice! Try removing or replacing
the LIGHT BULB first!
The ice maker has a temperature sensor inside that lets the ice maker know its time to drop the ice and refill with water. That could be the problem or the water control valve for the ice maker is not opening when its called to refill the trays. I will try to help you, Sea Breeze
Remove the ice bucket and inspect the ice maker for an ice cube stuck in the ejector. Hit it with a little heat of a hair dryer till it gets loose and the ice maker starts rotating. Replace the ice bucket. See if it starts making ice again amigo.
make sure the ice maker is turned on, push and hold the little round button on the front for 15 seconda and see if it starts up an cycles. Also check to make sure the fill tube isn't clogged to the ice maker and another thing to check is the water valve.