Icemaker With No Ice? How To Get Your Icemaker Working Again

Having a refrigerator with an icemaker gives you a whole new level of convenience. It lets you have cool, refreshing drinks without having to mess with ice trays or purchase heavy bags of ice from the store. An icemaker brings a constant and steady supply of ice into your home – until it begins to act up. Before you start troubleshooting, make sure that you unplug your refrigerator and turn off the water supply line. Here are some ways to get your icemaker working again.

Check the Icemaker Control Arm

Several models have a control arm that activates the “pause” feature. This control arm is what stops ice production when the ice bin is full. Sometimes this control arm can get moved out of place or even fall off, making the component malfunction. When troubleshooting your icemaker, check the control arm. It’s a simple fix and will have your icemaker working right again.

Check for a Clogged Filter

One common culprit is a clogged filter. Filters can become caked with debris. This can cause your icemaker to produce discolored ice or even no ice at all. Your owner’s manual will help you locate your filter in order to check for debris. Sometimes professional repair is required if unclogging the filter doesn’t fix the issue.

Check the Water Supply Valve

For the icemaker to produce ice, it needs a steady supply of water. There is a direct water supply line that runs into the component from within the freezer. Sometimes, this supply line can become stuck or damaged, which will make your icemaker malfunction. It could be as simple as unclogging your water line or replacing the valve in order to get everything working properly again.

If you try these tips listed above and find that your icemaker is still not functioning properly, it’s time for icemaker repair services. At Doc’s Appliance Service, we are experts in all makes and models of refrigerators and icemakers. We know how to quickly and efficiently troubleshoot your appliance issue and get them in working order again. If your icemaker is not making ice and you can’t figure out why, contact Doc’s Appliance Service today for your repair services.

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