Ice makers are a fundamental part of many people’s lives. They are a convenient way to cool drinks or add ice to anything else you may need quickly, without the hassle of ice trays. But if your ice maker begins acting up or breaking down, it is a costly mistake to let the problem fester until the unit becomes more damaged. This is why it is pertinent to watch your unit for signs that it needs repairing. The first step to keeping your unit in working order, is making sure you watch for signs that it may need ice maker repair.
Some common signs that your ice maker may need repair include, but are not limited to:
- The ice maker not filling. A clogged valve or bad inlet valve are usually the cause for this. In both cases, a professional can identify and repair the problem.
- There is too much ice in the tray. A malfunctioning level control board is likely the issue. A professional can diagnose and repair the problem.
- The ice cubes are not forming correctly. This is generally caused by low water flow.
If you notice any of these or any other issues in your ice maker, it is best to address the issue and contact a professional as soon as possible. Leaving these or any other possible problems unattended can lead to further, more costly problems with the unit.
If you notice these, or any other, issues with your unit, or have any questions about your ice maker, please feel free to contact us.