My icemaker is not making enough ice. Replaced the water valve and icemaker , don't know what to buy next.
The average icemaker will make 8 cubes of ice every 1 1/2 to 2 hours. A unit that is not making enough ice, you will want to look at other issue such as the temperature of the freezer compartment of the unit. If the temperature is not getting to at least 15 degrees there will be a long delay in the unit producing ice. The freezer is supposed to be 0 degrees for optimal temperature so you will want to check the temperature of the unit and look for other underlying issues that could cause the temp to not be cold enough. Examples, dirty condenser coils, condenser fan not running, or a possible defrost problem or the evaporator fan not turning fast enough.
I need help again. Were are the fill tube and the water valve located?
Answer Hello Mae. The fill tube is the pipe that goes into the icemaker inside the freezer and the water valve is on the back of the unit where the water line hooks to the unit.
What should I do if my ice maker was leaking water once but then stop. Now it's not making ice. Should I replace the ice maker or no.
Answer Hello Mae. Check and see if the fill tube is frozen over. If so, you will need to thaw it out and replace the water valve on the unit.
Whats the warranty on your new ice maker?
Answer Hello Donald. All of our parts come with a 1 year replacement warranty.
Icemaker works fine except it makes a VERY loud clicking noise about every 5 seconds when it's trying to dump. Does this 8 or 10 times before ice is ejected and the arms moves up a little, then pops back down when the sound is made. Is this normal? The fridge is only a few months old. Thanks.
In some cases it may be normal operation but what it sounds like is that the icemaker heater is not working properly in which it can cause the popping noise. The clicking noise would be caused by the gear slipping due to the heater either not heating fast enough or not at all. This would require a new icemaker if that is the case.