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Moving Your Ice Maker; Troubleshooting - NewAir AI-500ss Owner's Manual

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6.
Leave the door open by at least two inches.

MOVING YOUR ICE MAKER

1.
Securely tape down any loose items inside your ice maker.
2.
Turn the leveling screws up to the base of the unit to avoid damage.
3.
Tape the door shut.
4.
Make sure the ice maker stays in an upright position during transportation.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem
The ice maker does
not operate.
No ice is produced.
The compressor
frequently turns on
and off.
9
Possible Cause
The unit is not plugged in.
The circuit breaker is
tripped or there is a
blown fuse.
The power switch is set to
off.
The front grille is blocked.
The ice maker arm is set
to the "off" position.
The water supply is off.
The water line is crimped.
The unit has excessive
frost build-up.
The room temperature is
warmer than normal.
The door is being opened
too frequently.
The door is not
completely closed.
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Solution
Connect to a properly
grounded outlet.
Reset the circuit breaker
or check for a broken
fuse.
Turn the power switch to
on.
Clear the front grille of
dust or obstructions.
Lower ice maker arm to
the "on" position. (See
figure 2).
Turn on the water
supply.
Check the water line.
Turn off the unit and
defrost.
Adjust the temperature
in the room, or move the
unit to a cooler location.
Keep the door of the unit
closed.
Make sure nothing is
blocking the door.

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