My water tube keeps iceing up. I clear it and it works for a couple of days and then it starts ice up again.
If the tubing that you are referring to that is freezing is the fill tube for the icemaker then you would want to check to make sure that your water filter is ok. If filter is new then you would want to replace the water valve which is seeping. A clogged water filter will cause slow ice production and cause the fill tube to freeze the same as a seeping water valve 242252702.
The ice maker in my fridge spills water onto the ice cubes and creates an iceburg. What part do I need.
Answer Hi. This can be a twofold issue. The ice maker commands the water valve to come on for approx. 7 seconds. So depending if you hear the ice maker energizing the water valve for more then this length of time then the ice maker heads internal controls are bad. Ohm the water valve solenoid coils resistance. Ohm one terminal to the valve metal body to see if it is shorted and staying electrically engaged. This also can be that the waterline behind the unit is kinked not allowing the water valve to shut off. The mechanical internals of the water valve may be staying open and not all the way closing flooding the ice maker. Use a volt/ohm meter part # TJMA-DM1 to assist you in your diagnostics. Water valve part # 242252702. Ice maker part # 5304458371. Thank You.
Ice Maker--Water goes to the fill tube at top of refrigerator. Water does not enter the ice maker. Does the filler tube part no. AP4033412 have a check valve in it. I do not see any ice build up. I can not blow air through it from the back of the refrigerator. Please help. Thank you.
Answer Hello David. There is no check valve in the fill tube. If you cannot blow through it and you can't see any ice, the ice is clear. Thaw it out with a hair dryer until you can blow through it. If you can get it out you can run water through it. Hope this helped you! Have a great day!