How do I reset my Sub Zero ice maker?
See Ice Maker Fill Tube Frozen. After freeing obstructions, turn the unit off, then on again to reset. If ice production stops often with the use of a reverse osmosis system or well water, a pressure booster or regulator may improve performance.
How does ice maker shut off arm work?
Feeler Arm – Sensing cubes: Before the cubes are ejected, the shut-off arm lifts up (or pulls in). After the cubes are ejected, the arm drops down again (or pushes out) to sense the ice.
Should icemaker arm be up or down?
If the wire arm of your ice maker is in the up position, this signifies to the ice maker that the ice storage bucket is full and turns the ice maker off. If you would like your ice maker to continue making ice, the arm lever should be in the down position.
Why is my ice maker not dropping ice?
One of the most common – and innocent – causes of an ice maker that won’t dispense ice is that an ice clump has formed inside. In order to drop the ice cubes from the mold, heat is released to lightly melt them. Sometimes you may need to remove the entire bin or even defrost the ice maker.
What is the feeler arm on an ice maker?
The feeler arm is the sensor inside the ice maker that stops it from making too much ice. It alerts the ice maker when the ice tray is full. If the feeler arm is stuck, it won’t be able to adjust itself according to the ice level in the tray. This will make the ice maker think that the tray is full when it isn’t.
How long do Sub-Zero ice makers last?
Built with premium-grade materials, Sub-Zero products are designed to last a minimum of 20 years.
Why is my Sub-Zero ice maker freezing up?
A lack of ice can also be due to a Sub-Zero ice maker freezing up from ice jams. As an ice maker produces ice, there may be small amounts of water or slush that are not completely frozen as the ice is harvested. This slush can freeze on the ice maker and block new ice from falling into the ice bucket.
Why won’t my ice maker shut off?
Inside every ice maker, there is a plastic paddle that has the sole purpose of discontinuing ice flow once the bin is full. If the feeler paddle is malfunctioning, it will not stop ice production once the bin is full and the ice will then spill out into your freezer.
Is your sub zero ice maker not making ice?
We’re sorry to hear your Sub-Zero Ice Maker is no longer making ice. Summer’s upon us and that means hot days, so here is some Sub-Zero ice maker troubleshooting to get your ice maker back on its feet so you can have the tall, icy glass of water for which you’re thirsting.
How do you fix an ice maker that won’t turn on?
Check that the ice bucket is correctly placed. If you’ve removed the ice bucket, be sure it was replaced correctly. The ice maker only switches on when there is contact between the bucket and the electronic switches at the back of the fridge. Check that the ice level arm is in the down position.
How do I check the ice level on my Kenmore Elite refrigerator?
Check that the ice level arm is in the down position. The arm is white, wide and flat and is situated above the ice bucket when the freezer is closed (note: freezer trays are removable for easier access). If it’s up, shut off the freezer (refer to your Use and Care guide to learn how) and gently push the arm down.
What should I do if my freezer arm won’t come down?
The arm is white, wide and flat and is situated above the ice bucket when the freezer is closed (note: freezer trays are removable for easier access). If it’s up, shut off the freezer (refer to your Use and Care guide to learn how) and gently push the arm down. If it won’t budge, don’t force it, as you may break it. Once down, restart the unit.