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Frigidaire FRS6LF7JM0 not making ice


WarpedHardwood

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Title says it all. Our icemaker no longer makes ice, when the on/off switch is placed in the lowered "on" position, you can hear a switch click and absolutely nothing else happens. No sound of water filling the tray, no motor turning (no cubes currently in the rack, so this may be to be expected), nothing. Filter is brand new so water pressure/availability should not be an issue. Freezer temp is appx. 0 degrees F.

Is there any way to check the fill valve? The depluggable connector on the water valve assembly looks like it's a spade connector, with the spades being on the valve so the wiring plug is the female, I'm assuming. Should it have voltage whenever the icemaker is empty and turned on? 120VAC or something else?

Is it possible the switch in the icemaker itself is bad? Any way to bypass/check?

Would the mold thermostat prevent the unit from filling/working entirely? Again, any way to bypass/check?

As always, any and all advice / suggestions / recommendations gratefully received.

 

 

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