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The ice maker is not producing ice though it does
First check to see if the water fill tube is clogged with ice. If it is thaw the ice out of it and you should be fine, but usually if the tube supplying the ice maker is frozen over the valve isn't working properly but thisis only sometimes. The tube is where the water fills the icemaker inside the freezer section. Hope this helps.
on Jun 03, 2012
My refrigerator stopped working after the power to
Hello, welcome to FixYa.
I just read your post and based on the info provided it certainly sounds like a control board has been damaged. The PCB (main board) at the back is part #6871JB1280P for about $70 at vendors on-line like "repairclinic.com".
There is not much you can do short of what you've tried (unplugging) unfortunately. Let me know if I can help in any other manner. Good luck.
on Jun 04, 2011
I have an LG LRFD25850ST refrigerator. The ice
This will be a defrost problem. There are 3 components in the defrost circuit.
If any one of these components fails, the freezer will not defrost. This can be put into a manual defrost to help determine the problem. Put this into a defrost, by doing the following, in order:
- Defrost control board (ADC)
- The heat element
- A bi-metal
In just a few seconds, you should hear a click and the element should come on. Shortly you will hear some popping and hissing. If you never hear this noise, either the heater or bi-metal will be open.
- Unplug the unit from the wall outlet for at least 13 seconds.
- Turn the thermostat off (leave it off)
- Plug the power cord back in
on Jan 26, 2011
The water tank in the
I can make it simple without any part numbers. If it is a pin hole as you say then dry up the surface, empty the water tank, allow it to dry up and put a drop of Super glue or quickfix or some such adhesive. let it dry for a few hours and then use it as new.
on Nov 12, 2010
Water Leaking from Cold Water Holding Tank
Once you get to the tank , there are 2 hoses . Cut the hoses to remove the tank . Do not push the water dispensor afterwards , or water will run into the fridge . The icemaker water is not connected to the tank , so removel (or non removal ) does not matter . If you had given the model number , I could have given you the part number for the tank (resevoir).
on Aug 23, 2009
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