Refrigerators - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues


Could you have inadvertently cut the IM off? Maybe it stopped working earlier and it wasn’t noticed until all ice was emptied out. In any case some testing will have to be done to determine what is bad; the ice maker or the water valve.

KitchenAid... | Answered 4 hours ago | 15 views


Usually a small trough at the rear of the inside of the cabinet. It blocks with a bacterial colony. Clean and tip a tablespoon of bleach down it.

Refrigerators | Answered 4 hours ago | 16 views


Refrigerator - Crushed Ice Only, No Cubes. If it appears you are getting only crushed ice from the dispenser, check the following: It is normal to get a slight amount of crushed or broken ice cubes before or while dispensing cubed ice. ... If no ice cubes are behind the bucket, try to dispense ice with the bucket removed.

Refrigerators | Answered 6 hours ago | 20 views


Check to see that your refrigerator is set to its optimal setting. LG recommends 37 degrees for the refrigerator and 0 degrees for the freezer. If additional cooling is required, start by lowering the temperature a few degrees to achieve your desired temperature.Oct 26, 2018

LG Help Library: Not Cold Enough - Refrigerator ' LG U.S.A


https://www.lg.com/us/support/product.../CT10000021-1426094905942-not-cold-enou...

https://www.google.com/search?q=recommended+temp+for+LG+Refrigerators

LG Refrigerators | Answered 8 hours ago | 16 views


The difference is 7 ohms impedance, it will probably work, but the 15 is much cheaper and readily available on eBay. With no refrigerator I personally would put the 22 in so I could have a fridge, and order the 15.

Refrigerators | Answered 13 hours ago | 15 views


We had the same problem so I soaked up the water with kitchen towel then I poked a straw down the hole. Don't use anything sharp as not sure what you might damage. then I cut up a plastic egg box and used two adjoining cups and put one over the hole and the other ond is against the back which stops the ond over the hole moving and that's that, hope it works for you.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday | 15 views


One thing it could be is that the water solenoid not closing completely. Water drips from fill tube into icemaker and freezes, not allowing any water to get through. This is fairly common and with a couple of tools, you might be able to fix it yourself if you're handy. Could be other causes too, this is the one i'm familiar with.
UPDATE> If the water filler tube that empties into the tray is frozen solid, then it;s probably the water solenoid (not shutting off).. And you want to avoid cycling the system (the heating element coming on) without water in the tray. That's what i saw in a video. Hope that helps.

Kenmore... | Answered Yesterday | 36 views


use buttons or the dial .we have no clue as to what you have

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday | 27 views


go buy a new one

Amana... | Answered Yesterday | 35 views


Maybe a defrost problem. Evaporator coils frozen up.

GE Refrigerators | Answered 2 days ago | 24 views


"Water line to ice maker shut off". The valve connected to the supply line is leaking, even though shut off.

U-Line... | Answered 2 days ago | 20 views


It appears that the defrost cycle is stuck in the on position. You can locate the defrost timer on most refrigerators and manually cycle them. It is not uncommon for them to fail. You should have a qualified technician do the repair.

GE Refrigerators | Answered 2 days ago | 25 views


About $50+shipping.... You can probably find one a bit cheaper on eBay.

Whirlpool... | Answered 2 days ago | 21 views


Defrost and switch power after 24 hours

Refrigerators | Answered 2 days ago | 124 views

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