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The ice maker is in the door. I would like to be able to unfreeze (or clear) the tube in the door (I think).
No. At first, everything worked great. After a few months, the ice maker would take longer and longer to fill the ice bin up. Now (a few months more) it doesn't make ice at all. **It will run through it's cycles but it only produces 1 (approximately) cube every so often. Basically it isn't making ice. I believe the water tubes may be frozen because I can see that no water is coming into the ice maker when the solenoid valve opens....there's just a trickle. That trickle freezes into a solid piece of ice (over time) that completely blocks water from getting into the ice maker.
Thank you. I believe the tube enters the door from the bottom...right around the hinge. If I can verify it is frozen...how do I fix it?
The ice maker is installed in the door. There are 2 water tubes entering the door from the bottom...at the hinge. I am confident the tubes run through the door...from the bottom. Are you unable to help me?
MMM okay I'm sorry I must have had the wrong diagrams theres only one way to unfreeze the line in the door since its very insulated and a hair dryer warming it would help but in most cases getting some plastic and taping off the light switch in the freezer ten taping off the freezer section and leave the door open over night to let it defrost.
ok. thank you. I'll try that