I replaced my ice maker, I had ice hanging up on the arms that swing to kick out the cubes, and the coating on the ice maker was coming off. Now that is replaced, my cubes are only about half full. The back side is filling and the front is partially empty. I wondered if the water valve is not opening or not staying open long enough? What are your thoughts?
ANSWER Hello Keith,
The reason you have ice building up on the harvest rake is because without water in the front cube of the mold, the thermostat is cycling the ice maker before the water can freeze. This means that the harvest rake is dipping in cold water each time the ice maker cycles. An insufficient water fill is normally the fault of the water inlet valve 67003753.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, August 10, 2012