Why are my ice maker ice cubes hollow?
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Also question is, how do I adjust the ice maker to make less ice?
Turn the small adjustment set screw on the upper, middle right hand side of your ice maker a half of a turn with a Phillips or flat head screwdriver, depending on the screw your ice maker has. Turning the screw clockwise will decrease the water level and turning it counterclockwise will increase the water level.
Subsequently, question is, why is my ice maker making too much ice? If your icemaker is making too much ice or overflowing: Be sure the bucket is properly positioned directly under the icemaker. The feeler arm is either a metal rod on the side of the icemaker or a plastic paddle that sits horizontal under the icemaker. If the arm or paddle is broken, the icemaker needs to be replaced.
Beside above, how do you troubleshoot an ice maker?
Ice Maker Does Not Make Ice
- 1 Make sure the bail wire above the ice tray is in the down position.
- 2 Check the water supply line.
- 3 Check the tap valve.
- 4 Check the solenoid.
- 1 Lift the bail wire to shut off the ice maker, and remove the ice bin.
- 2 If the problem persists, consider replacing the ice maker and valve.
How do I fix an overflowing ice maker?
If the water pressure is sufficient, but the ice maker is still overflowing, replace the water inlet valve. The water inlet valve supplies water to the refrigerator ice and water dispenser. The valve requires a minimum of 20psi to work properly.