Troubleshooting and repairing an ice machine is a job that you can do yourself. But we do not recommend doing this. Better call us and order a refrigerator ice maker repair service.

The most common problem with an ice maker is:

  •  it does not produce ice
  • It stops making ice or freezes.
  • The ice maker is making a lot of noise.
Refrigerator ice maker repair 
Refrigerator ice maker repair 

How to troubleshoot an ice maker that is not making ice:

1Make sure the cable above the ice tray is in the down position. When he rises, he turns off the ice machine.
2Check the water supply line under or behind the refrigerator. Make sure it is not kinked and that it delivers water.
3Make sure the small tube filling the ice tray is not frozen. If so, melt the ice tube with a hair dryer.
4Check the faucet that connects the supply pipe to the water pipe.
5Locate the ice in the ice tray and make sure the motor that turns the ice ejector is running.
6Check solenoid. See below for details on this and all of the above steps.
7But it is best to contact us for refrigerator ice maker repair service

Here are a few steps you can take to get your ice maker up and running.

Refrigerator ice maker repair 
  • The most important thing is to order a refrigerator ice maker repair service from us.
  • Make sure the cable above the ice tray is in the down position. When it locks in the up position, it turns off the ice maker.
  • Check the water supply line. If the ice maker does not produce ice. But you see the lever start to move and you hear a buzz for about 10 seconds, the water valve is asking for water which is not coming. This means that the valve and solenoid are probably OK, but the water supply is not.
  • Make sure the water supply line is not kinked behind or under the refrigerator. Locate the water supply stopcock behind the refrigerator or under the sink. Shut it off, unscrew the copper tube from the back of the refrigerator. Dip the copper tube into the bucket, turn on the faucet and see if the water comes out.
  • Check the faucet. A defective faucet—the small device that connects the icemaker’s water supply pipe to the water pipe—may cause a problem where the icemaker’s water supply pipe connects to the water pipe.
  • Check solenoid. The plumbing connects to the solenoid at the back or bottom of the refrigerator and then goes to the ice maker. The solenoid may be defective or not receiving power.

 Refrigerator ice maker repair is the best we can do. Call or write to us and we will give your home appliances a second long life.

(786) 673-0873