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Solving Common Ice Maker - Whirlpool TS22AW Use And Care Manual

Estate use and care guide no-frost refrigerator-freezer models ts22aw, ts22br, ts25aw
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Solving
common
ice maker/dispenser
problems
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTIONS
Ice dispenser
l
Freezer door open
l
Close the freezer door.
won't work
l
Ice bin not properly
l
Make sure bin is pushed in all the way.
installed
l
Wrong ice in bin
l
Use only crescents
from ice maker.
Shake the bin occasionally
to keep cubes
separated and to increase storage room.
l
Dispenser not used for
l
Dump old ice and make a new supply.
extended periods,
causing ice cubes to
melt together
Ice dispenser
l
Ice dispenser bar held
l
Wait about 3 minutes for the dispenser
stops working
in too long
motor to reset.
l
Large amounts of ice should be taken
from the bin, not through
the dispenser.
Off-taste
or
odor in ice
l
Ice attracts airborne
odors; old ice
l
Water quality
l
Foods not properly
wrapped
l
Ice bin and freezer may
need cleaning
l
Plumbing to ice maker
l
New ice maker
l
Dump old ice and make a new supply.
Store excess ice in covered container.
l
Water containing minerals (such as sulfur)
may require a filter to remove.
l
Good water quality is important for good
ice quality. Try to avoid connecting the ice
maker to a softened water supply. Water
softener chemicals (such as salt from a
malfunctioning
softener) can damage the
ice maker mold and lead to poor ice
quality. If a softened water supply cannot
be avoided, make sure the water softener
is operating properly and well maintained.
l
Wrap properly. See pages 24 and 25.
l
Clean freezer and ice bin. See cleaning
chart on pages 20 and 21.
l
Follow Installation
Instructions for proper
ice maker water supply hook up. (See
back of refrigerator cabinet.)
l
The first few loads of ice from a new ice
maker may have an off-taste. Dump ice
and make a new supply.
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