Many people seem to think that their ice maker is only broken if it doesn’t produce ice anymore. But, the truth is that there are a few things and symptoms you need to check and look into before you assume that the motor already burned out.
Good thing that most of the time, it is easy to repair these machines. The most common problems that your ice maker may encounter include the following:
• Ice doesn’t eject anymore.
• The machine no longer produces ice.
• The ice produced has a bad taste.
• The ejected ice from the machine is discolored.
• There is a water leak.
If ice doesn’t eject from the machine anymore, you might be lucky enough to be able to carry out a simple fix on your own. In most cases, it can be because the metal control arm was moved and this is what blocks the ice from being ejected.
If the control arm happens to be down, there might be a need for you to check the mold to know if ice has filled it in. The issue might have been brought about by the gearbox as well as other electrical concerns.
Your ice maker is one of the most valuable assets of your modern home that supplies you, your family, your friends, and your guests with the fresh ice they need for different uses and purposes. Now that you are familiar with some of the most common problems of ice makers, you will be able to tell right away if there is something wrong with your machine.
To be sure that only the experts handle your ice maker, get in touch with our Subzero Ice Maker repair specialists right away!
There are no extra costs to pay. A technician will give an estimate with all prices included.
You can call us 24/7. We will fix your problem any time when you have an emergency.