Ice makers and machines automatically make ice in the shape of cubes, nuggets, or flakes depending on the machine—without the need for repeatedly filling ice cube trays at your kitchen sink. This is an extremely convenient appliance that provides you with a large supply of ice when needed, whether for the big game, a special celebration, your restaurant, or regular family dinner. Ice makers large and small can run into problems on occasion.
Temperatures must be between zero and five degrees Fahrenheit for proper function.
This switch may be either defective or accidentally shut off in some cases
When this electromechanical valve malfunctions, water supply is cut off.
Inadequate water pressure, less than 20 psi, can restrict water supply to your ice machine.
The door switch turns on the freezer light and shuts off the ice maker. If the switch fails, the dispenser won’t turn on.
The ice level control board turns off the ice maker to prevent overflow when levels of ice reach a certain point.
Clogged filters can easily prevent the flow of water to your ice maker, preventing ice production.
This device ejects ice cubes once they reach proper temperature, preventing advancement and refills when defective.
Low water flow from a clogged water filter or supply line issues may cause the evaporator to freeze, creating undersized cubes or halting production.
If cubes appear oversized, a leaky water inlet valve may be to blame.
If the environment your machine is in is too warm, production will decrease, as the ice maker takes longer to produce a batch of ice.
Water may shut down if temperature is too high due to other appliances, such as a dishwasher, pumping hot water into the cold water line.
Here are some of the parts we can replace:
- Control modules
- Storage bins and baggers
- Water filtration systems