Question about Refrigerators
My fridgidaire pro series side by side, model plhs269zdb4, simultaneoously dispenses water at the door when the water paddle is depressed AND into the ice maker from the water flow tube. Causes way too much water inthe maker. As long as the water paddle at the door is engaged, the water flows into the ice maker and at the door.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ice Maker
Likely that the water supply tube to the icemaker is frozen. It will be a white rubber tube on the right side of the icemaker. Warm it with a hair dryer, remove it from its aluminum tubing, and make sure there is no ice all the way back to where the supply tube comes from the water valve. After thawing, your icemaker should start working again.
Now..... why did it freeze? Most likely, there is a restricted airflow to the back of the unit, which is need to keep that aluminum supply tube just warm enough to assure all the water flow OUT of it into the icemaker, and doesn't freeze up on contact. Make sure your coils and the airspace under the fridge are completely clean (vacuuum them well) and it should cure the problem.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
If there is a reset button on your ice maker try pushing it. Many ice makers have two holes for reset. A general rule of thumb is if the ice maker fingers are stopped in a slightly vertical position then your ice maker unit is working. If the fingers are stopped anywhere else then it needs some sort of attention or replaced. Make sure there is water, or ice in the ice maker tray, if not then the problem is with water supply.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
If you don't get water at the valve and it has power it is likely clogged. Take it apart and find most likely a part where the rubber has softened and clogged a hole that is supposed to open up when the valve is triggered. On mine it was at the bottom of a little metal pole that the rubber was bad. Clear the clogged hole and replace the bad seal and you should now have water.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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Hi bingoqueen12 - Often when a unit continues to fill with water, it is because the water valve or sensor is faulty or the control board is experiencing a communication problem. The unit may possibly think that there is not enough water inside and/or the control board is not controlling the water valve correctly. I would personally contact a professional to accurately diagnose the washer to determine the root cause to reduce the risk of unnecessary parts.
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