Ice Maker Repair

Having an ice maker is much more convenient than buying ice or making it in messy, old-fashioned ice trays. It can be frustrating if the machine breaks down, though. Fortunately, you seldom have to worry about purchasing a new ice machine.

You can simply hire an ice maker repair expert to check and fix your malfunctioning appliance. That’s where Adam’s Appliance Repair comes in. We have a team of highly trained, friendly technicians who can troubleshoot and repair different types of ice makers.

Types of Ice Makers We Repair

If you have any of the following types of ice machines, Adam’s Appliance Repair can be of help when it breaks down:

  • Portable ice machines
  • Freezer ice makers
  • Free-standing ice machines
  • Built-in ice machines

Common Ice Maker Issues

There are several problems that can affect the proper functioning of an ice maker. Some of the most common problems include:

1.     The appliance isn’t making ice cubes

If your ice maker won’t produce ice cubes, there’s probably an issue with the water supply. If there are smaller ice cubes or none at all, examine the water supply lines first. These lines should be connected properly and not clogged or damaged in any way as anything blocking the line could interfere with the water flow.

A clogged or damaged filter may also cause water flow problems. Filters typically need to be changed at least once every six months. Our qualified technicians can quickly help you identify what is preventing ice from forming and find a viable solution for the problem.

2.     The ice maker is freezing

If water inflow freezes before reaching the cube mold, no ice cubes will form, or you’ll end up with a frozen block of ice rather than cubes. This problem is normally a result of a defective thermostat. However, it can also occur when you have set the freezer’s temperature too low.

Check the temperature settings and then peruse the owner’s manual to ensure you are within the recommended temperature range. If the prevailing temperature settings are correct, then you should get your appliance checked by a professional to identify the problem.

3.     Ice cubes don’t break free from the machine

This frustration is another common problem you may experience with your ice machine. It usually occurs when the appliance is in the wrong mode. Hence, the first thing to do in the case of the problem is to check your owner’s manual to ensure you’re using the right settings.

Many ice-making machines feature a metal arm on the outside. You can raise or lower this attachment to regulate ice production. Ice making usually stops when the arm is raised.

That means you get ice when the arm is down. This situation is a surprisingly common reason ice-making machines stop working. If everything is okay, however, but the appliance still isn’t working as expected, give us a call, and we’ll come check things out.

Call Adam’s Appliance Repair of Kennesaw, GA

If you are experiencing problems with your ice maker, don’t hesitate to call us. We are committed to offering fast, reliable, and competitively-priced ice maker repair and maintenance service. We understand that a defective ice machine can bring a lot of inconvenience to your household, and we want to help identify and fix the problem as quickly as possible.

We can service all the major ice maker brands, including Samsung, Whirlpool, Kenmore, KitchenAid, and Frigidaire. Call us today and schedule your appliance repair appointment.