My daughter thought she put her camera in a storage area of a cooler only to find in the morning that it was sitting on the ice and the ice had melted, let it dry out but still nothing, did you ever get yours to work, if so what did you do. my email is [email protected] any help would be great!! thanks!!!!
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I would guess the water is dripping from an ice ball or buildup in the coil either from an inlet side of the coil blocked by an accumulation of dirt and dust or paper or such. Second, if you leave the door open for lengths of time ice will build up, also an over heated over loaded condenser will cause ice buildup. In any case if you shut it down, let the ice melt, clean the coil, keep the door closed as much as possible and if its hot where its sitting let it have some air it should improve. Last thought, if there is a refrigerant leak in the system ice will accumulate at the end of the coil, the compressor will stay on longer than normal and this water drip is letting you know a service call is coming soon. Hope this helps and good luck.
I have same problem keeps running till freeze up so i put a timer on the power cord it shuts off at 11.00 pm till 6am in morning the water keeps pretty cold and a lot cheaper then a new board or scrapping the cooler after starting for about an hour water is cold
This usually is because the drive on the ice box is not engaged,
1. Remove the ice box and empty it into a bowl
2. Replace the ice box and turn the auger (spiral metal inside) until it locks into the drive motor
3. Ensure the box is pushed back as far as it will go
4. Put ice back into ice box
5 Try dispensing ice again
This is a common problem as there are teeth on the back of the ice box that have to align with the drive motor in the back of the freezer
I just put about six cups of white vinegar (not diluted) into the reservoir and let it sit for about an hour. Then I emptied that out and flushed a few pitchers of very hot water through. It seems to have worked quite well.
To resolve this problem, unplug the dispenser and let it sit for about 24 hours. I had this problem happen to me and I took the unit apart to find out the cause. I discovered that the the water cooling mechanism developed a big chunk of ice inside of it and it basically blocked the flow water. Allowing that ice to melt should resolve this problem. It did for us.