The temperature alarm will begin to sound even if the doors have been closed and untouched for hours. The temperature for the refrigerator will indicate 56 degrees. I turn off the alarm and it operates normally after several hours. The freezer operates normally at all times. The icemaker does not produce ice anymore.
Normally when the alarm sounds it is due to high temp. If the refrigerator is actually getting to 56 degrees and not making ice and the ice compartment is about the same temp as the refrigerator then the issue would most likely be the fan that is behind the ice maker may have failed. You would want to pull the icemaker assembly and check the fan.
My panel display when out and shutdown the refrigerator except for the light inside the box. I replaced the control board (W10312695) and to some extent the refrigerator did come back on. The cooling system is still down and the display panel did not come back to its original status.
The display panel shows a blinking "PEO 000". In addition, the LED tray lights remain on.
You will want to check at the top door hinge of the left door to make sure that there are no broken or damaged wires. The unit has to be programmed when you install a new control board and if the display is not working then there is no way to program it. If the wire harness is damaged then the left door would need to be replaced if the damage is on the door side. If the harness checks ok then the issue will most likely be with the display control board.
Ice maker not working. No water in the cube maker tray. Water is available at the dispenser. What do you think the problem might be?
Answer Hello Don. Make sure the freezer is between 0° and 5°. You need to check and see if there is power going to the water valve when the icemaker cycles. If so, replace the water valve on the unit. If not, or the icemaker does not cycle, you will need to replace the icemaker on the unit. Also, check and make sure the fill tube on the unit is not frozen and clogged. If so, replace the water valve and thaw out the fill tube. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html