KitchenAid Ice Maker Repair Service – Appliance Repair Medic
Your KitchenAid ice maker has stopped working. It is one of the great little conveniences of life, but now that it has stopped working, it has become nothing but an inconvenience. Hopefully, it is not spitting ice at you like a major league pitcher. Problems with ice makers are common on refrigeration units but are often an easy fix that you need to require a repairman. KitchenAid Ice makers work together with a thermostat and water inlet valve that supplies water to the unit from a tube on the back. Many ice maker malfunctions stem from one of these three areas. The ice maker machine was developed to ensure an everlasting supply of ready ice on demand. Most refrigerators either have a built-in ice maker or it is added later as an accessory. The KitchenAid ice maker is an external ice maker that is not just part of the refrigerator. Appliance Repair Medic is in your just contact and with us, we will fix your KitchenAid ice maker problem very quickly as we have an expert team for any kind of home appliances repairing. Some Problems in KitchenAid ice maker: KitchenAid ice maker not working? If the unit is not producing ice, first check to be sure the ice maker is turned on–the wire that resides to the right of the mechanism should be in a downward position. Be sure the water supply is on and that there is sufficient water pressure to get it through the unit. If you can’t do this Appliance Repair Medic can help you. Call us today. The Production of ice is very poor in KitchenAid ice Maker? If you are receiving some ice but the cubes are too small or very few; check the waterline, it may be clogged. Clean, repair or replace the tubing as needed. Also, look for a defective inlet valve or a faulty thermostat that is keeping the unit from cycling properly. Call Appliance Repair Medic today for these kinds of help. The problem with KitchenAid ice maker Dispensers? If your ice dispenser is not working on your side-by-side unit, there may be an ice jam that you need to free up by gently breaking up the ice to clear the blockage. Some units have a lock switch for the door dispenser that should be turned to the “off” position when attempting to dispense ice from the door unit. If you can’t do this Appliance Repair Medic can help you. Call us today. SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES:
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