Troubleshooting Common Refrigerator Problems
Issues may come up every now and then that may not necessarily require a repair, such as the water dispenser no longer working, ice dispenser not ejecting, thin ice, large ice cubes, and increases in your energy bill. Below we go over some ways to troubleshoot the matter at home. If you try these solutions and it is still not working correctly, it contact a professional Jacksonville refrigerator repair company as quickly as possible. Our team at Atlantic Coast Appliance has 35 years of experience and we are licensed and insured, providing you with top-quality repairs.
Refrigerator Stopped Making Ice
There are many reasons why the ice maker could have stopped working. A common one being that the ice has become too large and it is creating a clog. If you do not use your dispenser all the time, the melting and refreezing of the water can cause the ice cubes to fuse together which clogs up the ice maker. To fix this, remove the storage bin and break up the large pieces. If it is frozen completely, try dumping it or allowing it to melt in the sink. When the storage bin is empty, replace it, and the ice maker should begin working again. To avoid this from happening again, try using your dispenser more often.
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