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Frigidaire frs26zgg ice maker is not working

It sounds like there may be an issue with the water inlet valve or the wiring between the ice maker and the water inlet valve. Here are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
  1. Check the water supply line: Make sure that the water supply line is properly connected and there are no kinks or blockages in the line.
  2. Check the water inlet valve: Make sure that the water inlet valve is functioning properly and is not clogged or damaged. You can test the valve by jumping the two terminals with a small piece of wire. If the valve opens, it is functioning properly.
  3. Check the wiring: Make sure that the wiring between the ice maker and the water inlet valve is securely connected and there are no loose or damaged wires.
  4. Check the ice maker control board: The control board is responsible for controlling the ice maker and may be the cause of the issue if it is faulty. You can test the control board by unplugging the fridge and using a multimeter to check for continuity between the control board terminals.
If none of these troubleshooting steps resolve the issue, it may be necessary to consult the manufacturer or a professional appliance repair technician for further assistance.
12/30/2022 9:30:40 PM • Frigidaire... • Answered on Dec 30, 2022
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What is the cubic feet for Kenmore refrigerator, model 106.57026600?

This is a 20 cubic ft. side by side refrigerator.
12/30/2022 5:23:00 AM • Kenmore... • Answered on Dec 30, 2022
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My GE ZDWC240 wine cooler had ice buildup on the back wall inside cooler. I turned off to defrost. When I turned on again, it would not cool?

first you gotta do is try to remove the thermostat, and then tap tap tap those sensors maybe it can help.. If not then contact a appliance technician
12/30/2022 3:22:54 AM • GE Refrigerators • Answered on Dec 30, 2022
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Nothing runs but Adaptive Defrost Control clicks twice

ARE YOU SURE IS NOT IN THE BACK THE CLICKING NOISE ,THE RELAY TENDS TO BURNED ,,IS BY THE COMPRESSOR.
12/29/2022 7:51:41 PM • Kenmore 21.7 cu.... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Where is the water filter located on a Whirlpool French Door Refrigerator Model# WRF535SMBM00 without the ice/water in the door feature

should be on the water feed line from under sink. it is an inline filter and easily and cheaply replaced. Home Depot or Lowes carry this type filter. copy and paste https://www.fixya.com/support/t29825165-water_filter_wrf535smbm00_whirlpool
12/29/2022 7:37:27 PM • Whirlpool... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Samsung Refrigerator is flashing 'd'. When power is cut or fridge is unplugged the fridge will not automatically start.

From memory 'D' is door ajar warning and that causes the temperature in the cabinet to rise. However, you have other issues as well that probably need a service call. https://www.google.com/search?q=samsung+Refrigerator+is+flashing+%27d%27 ..
12/29/2022 8:35:44 AM • Samsung... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Fisher & Paykel Fridge Freezer E402B beeping when door closed

If the cabinet is warm inside it is a failed circulation fan, failed defrost causing the evaporator to freeze up, or it needs a refrigerant gas top up. Beeping is just an alarm. It may be because of the more serious issues listed above but can also be caused by a failing door gasket, the door being left ajar (kids are famous for this) or the door has been left open too long deciding what to have for dinner. I hope that answers all 8 of you :>D Help here https://www.google.com/search?q=fisher+and+paykel+fridge+beeping+with+door+shut ..
12/29/2022 7:53:29 AM • Fisher and... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Light on Haier HB25FSSAAA turning on and of randomly while open

try lubricating door switch
12/29/2022 7:50:47 AM • Haier... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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New GE GNE27JYMFS refrigerator revs every 10 seconds or so

Hi, Please ensure that the door is properly closed and that there are no leaks. You can also ensure that the temperatures are no colder than is required to cool or freeze your food as a very low temperature would require more work/energy from the fridge. Lastly, you can power cycle the fridge once and if it continues with the issue, you can return it. Thank you.
12/29/2022 7:44:50 AM • GE Refrigerators • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Kelvinator 350 series fridge not cooling properly

possible bad temp sensor try unplugging and running if gets cold replace
12/29/2022 7:33:34 AM • Kelvinator... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Fridge drip pan filling possibly due to water dispenser issue

leaky water solenoid
12/29/2022 7:30:39 AM • Refrigerators • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Electrolux RM210 Thermostat

in back of unit top disconnect wire and then disconnect from board
12/29/2022 7:29:32 AM • Electrolux... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Adjust water level in icemaker in Samsung model rf18hfenbsg/us

possible dirty or bad level sensor
12/29/2022 7:23:18 AM • Samsung... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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I have a GE refrigerator model GFE28GMKBES that sounds like it just keeps cycling. Any ideas?

possible door chime try to go into set up and turn off check to see if cold enough might be temp sensor
12/29/2022 7:21:15 AM • GE Refrigerators • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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Samsung oven stuck in demo mode

light button on right middle and lock at same time with control pad to unlock
12/29/2022 7:18:49 AM • Samsung... • Answered on Dec 29, 2022
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