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LG side by side freezer fan problem or ice maker

Er FF freezer fan ice maker

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#41 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 05:57 AM

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#42 plsbcheap

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 04:37 PM

STILL NOT WORKING...I still have not bought a new Ice Maker.  I can do that now but before I do can anyone tell me what causes the little drop door or in door dispenser to not close all the time effectively.  I have not used my ice maker in about 5 months. Occasionally a guest or kid will try to use the ice dispenser and it often hangs open.  If that little door don't shut..... I get frost built up in the freezer and it takes days/weeks to evaporate.  I wonder if I need an ice maker and what ever controls the little door in my freezer door.  I can't do one without the other.  Can this be a switch or is it something mechnical?  Any help to finally get this LG junk ice maker working cheaply would be appreciated!  Am I even sure I still won't need this $300 circuit board? no

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Ice maker?

switch or mechanicaly door?
circuit board?

 

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Posted 05 November 2013 - 10:28 PM

Tomorrow I hope to pull out the ice maker and take a look at the tray and see if it is in fact NOT rotating all the way back to level.  I'll turn it back on and let it cycle a few times and see what happens.  If it don't go level I'll order a new ice maker.  BUT I am concerned about the ice in the door feature where this ice maker drops ice through the freezer door (like most refridgerator/freezers do these days).  Is there some way to check and see why the little door doesn't always close?  Is it a magnet, is it a electric switch or motor? Is this a major/minor expense to fix?  If i have to pay for the ice maker, door motor/magnet, AND a CIRCUIT BOARD I would not keep this LG piece of junk!!  So, help me if you have any advice.  I might also add about 1/4" of the chrome tape I used on the chute/ice fill tube to extend this tube so the water flows easier into the ice tray to see if that helps with the dripping/freezing.  Just a thought.

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