On hot summer days, the ice maker becomes our favorite companion at the table. But what happens if your machine suddenly stops producing any ice? What do you suppose to do? You're in luck you're as this article will let you discover the reason for the issue and the required actions to take to fix the problem.
Before you do anything else, ensure that your appliance connects to the outlet power source. If it is, verify whether the power outlet is working properly and is able to transmit electrical current. Turn on your ice maker and check whether it's functioning properly or not. If the problem still persists then you can call a professional commercial ice maker repair company to get it repaired properly.
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If the icemaker's wire is placed correctly and it is switched on, examine the temperature of the freezer. The temperature should fall within the interval of 0-8 degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature is higher than 10 or 12 degrees, the machine won't produce ice.
If you have just installed an icemaker is required at least 24 hours to allow the machine to function and let it cool down. The newly installed ice maker will not function until the temperature of the ice maker is down to around 15F to 16F degrees.
If you've just installed a water line in your refrigerator, it could take as long as an hour and a half to begin working. Additionally, a new water line might contain air. It may require a few ice-making cycles to rid your line.