If you’ve ever tried to make ice manually in a tray, you know that it is a messy and time-consuming practice. That’s why having an ice maker, especially one built into your refrigerator, is such a luxury. But, like most household appliances, it breaks down now and again. Lucky for you, you don’t need to look into replacing it just yet. Nick’s Appliance Repair can have a technician at your doorstep in record time to have a look at it. Our team of professionals has years of experience with every brand and model of ice maker on the market. When it comes to troubleshooting and repairing your appliances, there is no competition.
Different Makes of Ice Makers That We Service
Nick’s Appliance Repair has frequently serviced and repaired the following types of ice makers:
- Transportable Ice machines
- Freezer Ice Machines
- Stand-alone ice machines
- Fitted Ice Machines
Signs that your ice maker needs servicing
If you recognize these issues in your ice maker, then call Nick’s Appliance Repair for a consultation:
Not Producing Ice Cubes
If an ice maker is not doing the one thing it was built to do, then there is a problem. More often than not, the water supply may be affected. If there are no ice cubes at all or smaller ones than normal, then check the water lines. Check for a proper connection and that there isn’t anything blocking or damaging the lines. This may also lead to problems with water flow.
The filter should also be looked at. Filters should be changed twice a year. Our certified professionals will get to the root of the problem in record time and present you with a long-term solution.
Frozen Ice Maker
This is also more common than you think. If the water freezes before exiting the mold, then you will either get no ice cubes or one giant block of ice. The thermostat is usually the culprit. First, check to make sure that it isn’t set at too low a temperature. Your owner’s manual should tell you the recommended temperature to set it at. If everything seems normal on that front, then give us a call and we can help diagnose the issue.
Ice Cubes that Get Stuck
This is due to your ice machine not being in the right mode. You can find the correct settings in your owner’s manual. The metal arm could also be causing this problem. Most ice machines come with an adjustable arm that moves to regulate ice production. If the arm is up, then ice production stops. If the arm isn’t causing you any issues, then contact us and we’ll be out there to take a look.
Call Nick’s Appliance Repair of Holland, MI
If your ice maker is not performing as it should, don’t wait around for it to magically get better. Give us a call and our team of experienced technicians will be more than happy to assist you. Your peace of mind is our top priority, so we want to do a good job assessing the appliance and carrying out the best repairs. We are familiar with all of the current ice maker brands, including Whirlpool, Samsung and Kenmore. Contact us and we’ll set up an appointment time.