Water in front of the freezer might come from the water dispenser or one of the dispenser hoses leaking. Didn't get any support from Maytag. It may be necessary to hold the container under the dispenser for 2 to 3 seconds after releasing the dispenser button. The computer does have something to do with power but I think he or she took advantage of you. Make sure it's opening and closing when you adjust the fridge temp. Any ideas on getting the water through the dispenser to come out faster? Reassemble and plug back in. Every month I would be cleaning out the freeze and getting rid of the ice.
Now it is no longer under warranty and it has stopped working again. I used a hairdryer to melt ice inside tube and poured a cup of boiling water into tube to clear. . First note which studs the brackets are attached to. First I suggest you defrost the unit. If you have a standard icemaker with the metal shutoff arm then you have a failed motor module in the icemaker. For a long time I thought my ice maker did not work either and I also found water had spilled inside the freezer.
Thank you for contacting Fixya. If the icemaker is not turned off, it will periodically cycle, which turns on the ice cube mode release heater during it's cycle, putting unnecessary heat into your freezer. Made for Maytag ® appliances, our replacement parts are built tough for lasting dependability and help you make repairs quickly so you can get back to cooking and cleaning with the power and performance you expect. Now today we heard clicking and a hum for a few seconds and then it stopped. Jake Because of your diagram and excellent instructions I gave this a shot.
We recently had the freezer cleaned due to water on the floor. I reached in and unplugged the drain tubing and took several very long pipe cleaners and twisted them together then ran them through the rubber bend that connects the drain tubing to the drain hole and cleaned the tubing since I didn't have any kind of snake as you described. If the water flow to the water dispenser or ice maker noticeably decreases before 6 months have passed, you may need to replace the water filter cartridge more often. The fan in the freezer blows air through it. You may have a defrost condensate drain blocked by ice or some gunk, I want you to move things around inside and see if coming from the ice maker or the bottom of the freezer back wall. Posted on Feb 14, 2010 Sea Breeze - you rock! I defrost the ice with a blow dryer then its ok for a couple of weeks.
So I purchased a new ice maker assembly. Let us know how it goes. Anyplace I can get a manual for the model? It is recommended that the water filter be replaced every 6 months, when the indicator light comes on, or as needed. Damn if I haven't been deaking with this problem for like a year. I replaced the filter but nothing has changed, I went to the supply valve in the basement and have spun it to both ends of the valve and nothing has changed, any ideas? It turn out to be the tube that feeds water into the ice maker was not inserted properly.
It will likely be a solid block of ice, you'll need to defrost that ice with a hair dryer and hot water. You should see the water collect in the drain pan from behind the fridge. I defrost the ice with a blow dryer then its ok for a couple of weeks. Follow instructions in your link. There was no filter installed just a cap, and the replace filter light was on; also the water dispenser was very slow in running; and the icemaker only makes about 1 set a day.
You may have a defrost condensate drain blocked by ice or some gunk, I want you to move things around inside and see if coming from the ice maker or the bottom of the freezer back wall. Remove timer cover by hand pressure edge. New screws were supplied Cut and strip the wire a. Ever since we bought it, the ice maker will stop working. Mine was doing the same thing and caught on fire.
My clog was caused by some kind of gray gook that had dropped down that was above the evaporator coils. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? From the description you give there is no obvious source of the leak. Is this a landfill candidate? Of course, because the gook was over the drain hole the ice have covered it and then poured over the side onto the bottom of the freezer with a layer of ice. Trust genuine Maytag ® appliance parts for laundry and kitchen repairs Use only factory specified Maytag ® parts to keep your appliances—and your warranty—in good working order. Tricky part was determining what type of con.
Within the last month of so, it started pouring water into the ice bucket below, turning it into a solid mass of ice. Posted on Dec 31, 2009 if it grinds the ice when set on cubes ice output,remove the ice holder from the freezer and check for a chunk of melted ice blocking the hole to let cubed ice come past the chopper blades,run hot water thru this container till all blockage is melted then dry it out throughly put it in freezer and let it get freezing cold before letting new ice fall into it so you dont have a repeat of the same problem Aug 12, 2012 120v on the harness to the imkr. Now today we heard clicking and a hum for a few seconds and then it stopped. We cannot keep the icemaker working. When a refrigerator goes into defrost mode the heater comes on and melts the frost that has built up around the evaporator. Same problem that just started today.