Ge Refrigerator – Icemaker Not Producing Ice
The discovery that your icemaker does not produce any ice is very disappointing. Check a few things to see if you can resolve the issue. These tips should remedy your problem; you’ll have ice in no time.
The temperature in the refrigerator is crucial to ice production. Both the fridge and icemaker need to be set at the right temperature. The recommended setting for fresh food is 37 degrees F. For the freezer, it is 0° F. An icemaker cycle must be started at 16° F. If the temperature inside the freezer is high, it may take a long time for ice to form. Lower the freezer’s temperature. A low amount of food can influence the production of ice. A freezer at least 3/4 full of food will allow temperatures to stay more stable.
A clogged filter can restrict water flow into the icemaker. Every six months, water filters should be replaced. Replace your water filter if your refrigerator contains a filter. There may be more sediment in the water system if there is new construction in your area. This extra sediment may cause your filters to clog more often than recommended.
The ice maker will not complete its cycle if the rake is stuck, which ejects cubes out of the ice mold. Check the ice mold for any ice cubes. The icemaker mold may be very hot.
Repair Services Needed
If these tips do not resolve the problem, it may be necessary to have the icemaker serviced. If you need help with your GE or Bosch refrigerator, read our manual.