indicator light turns on.
There is no indication
on the control panel.
"Ice Full" and
The "Ice Full" indicator
light is on.
The unit does not
Ice blockage. No ice is
The icemaking cycle
seems normal but no ice
Note: There is protective circuitry inside this icemaker to protect the circuitry from
overheating and the icemaker will automatically shut down to prevent
damage if activated. Please disconnect power cord and restart after 30
minutes of cooling down time.
For Haier America Customer Service, please call: 1-877-337-3639
Low water level or lack of water.
Disconnection of plug.
Electrical Power Surge
There may be air in the lines or
the lines are blocked. The water
tank cannot detect water level.
The ice basket is full.
Power is not being supplied
to the unit. The ambient
temperature or the water
temperature is too high.
Making ice takes too much time.
There is refrigerant leakage. A
pipe in the cooling system is
Add water and the icemaker will
Check that the plug is plugged
into the electrical outlet.
Turn off the icemaker, pull out
the electric plug, fill it with water
if needed, replace the plug and
then restart the unit. or
Inspect relative parts; remove
the drain cap on the back of
the unit and drain out a small
amount of water. Replace the
drain cap and attempt to use the
Check if ice is blocking the ice
pusher. Turn off the unit; let the
ice melt and restart. Otherwise,
call Haier America Customer
Remove ice from the ice
storage basket to make more.
Plug the unit into a standard
110/120 Volt, 60 Hertz power
source. Please run the icemaker
in temperatures below 90°F
and/or pour colder water into
the water reservoir.
Turn off the machine. Start the
machine after the ice block
melts. Or change the size
selector to small ice cubes.
Consult a qualified
technician or call Haier America