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Temperature
is too warm
Check the following:
Are the air vents
blocked
in either compartment?
Are the door(s) opened
often?
Has a large amount of food just been added to the
refrigerator
or freezer?
Are the controls
set correctly
for the surrounding
conditions?
There
is interior
moisture
buildup
NOTE:
Some moisture
is normal.
Are the air vents
blocked
in the refrigerator?
Are the door(s) opened
often?
Is the room humid?
Are the controls
set correctly
for the surrounding
conditions?
Was an automatic
self-defrost
cycle completed?
Items
in meat
pan/crisper
are freezing
The temperature
inside the meat pan/crisper
may become
too
cold, especially
when using some additional
control
panel
features.
Adjust the meat pan control
to the closed
setting.
The ice maker
is not producing
ice or not enough
ice
Is the ice maker wire shutoff arm or switch
(depending
on
models)
in the OFF position?
Is the water
line shutoff valve to the refrigerator
turned
on?
Has the ice maker
just been installed?
Is the
freezer
temperature
cold
enough
to produce
ice? Wait
24 hours
after ice maker
hookup for ice production
to begin. Allow
3 days after ice production
begins to completely
fill ice
container.
Does the ice maker
mold have water
in it or has no ice
been produced?
Make sure your refrigerator
has been
connected
to a water supply
and the supply
shutoff
valve is
turned
on.
Has a large amount
of ice just
been removed?
Allow
24 hours for ice maker to produce
more ice.
Is there
a water
filter
installed
on
the refrigerator?
The
filter may be clogged
or installed incorrectly.
Is an ice cube jammed
in
the ice maker
ejector
arm?
For models
with an interior ice bin, remove the ice from the
ejector
arm with a plastic
utensil.
Is a reverse osmosis water
filtration
system connected
to
your cold water
supply?
See "Water
Supply Requirements"
in either the Installation
Instruction
booklet
or the Use & Care
Guide.
The ice cubes
are hollow
or small
This is an indication
of low water pressure.
Check
the following:
Is
the water shutoff
valve fully open?
Are there kinks in the water lines that could
restrict
water
flow?
If you are using a water filter, remove the filter and operate
the
dispenser.
If water flow
increases,
the filter is clogged
or
incorrectly
installed.
Is a reverse osmosis
water filtration
system connected
to
your cold water supply? See "Water Supply Requirements"
in
either the Installation
Instructions
or the Use & Care Guide.
If you still have questions
regarding
your water pressure,
call
a licensed,
qualified
plumber.
Off-taste,
odor
or gray color
in the
ice
Check
the following:
Are the plumbing
connections
new, causing discolored
or off-
flavored
ice?
Have the ice cubes been stored too long?
Does the freezer and ice bin need to be cleaned?
Has food in the freezer or refrigerator
been wrapped
properly?
Does the water contain
minerals
(such as sulfur)? A filter may
need to be installed to remove the minerals.
Is there a water filter installed
on the refrigerator?
Gray or
dark discoloration
in ice indicates
that the water filtration
system
needs additional
flushing.
The ice dispenser
will not operate
properly
Check
the following:
Is
the freezer door closed
completely?
Is the ice bin installed correctly?
Is there ice in the bin?
Has the ice frozen in the ice bin?
Is ice stuck
in the delivery
chute?
Has the wrong
ice been added
to the bin?
Use only cubes
produced
by the current ice maker.
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