If your ice maker isn’t producing ice, or you’re experiencing low ice production, call Tiger Mechanical, the authority on ice maker repair in Chandler. We service refrigerator ice makers and standalone ice machines for most major brands including Siemens, Viking, True Refrigeration, Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Sub Zero, and more. Call to schedule service with our ice maker repair Chandler technician today.
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With so many companies claiming to be appliance experts, how do you decide which company will provide the best ice maker repair service? With Tiger Mechanical, you’ll receive service from highly trained appliance technicians who specialize in refrigeration issues.
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Freezer Temperature is Above 10 Degrees F (-12C)
If your freezer temperature is too warm, your ice maker won’t produce ice properly. Check your freezer temperature using a thermometer. If you’re reading temperatures above 10 Degrees F, your ice maker may not be the problem.
Defective Water Inlet Valve
If your water inlet valve isn’t working properly, your ice maker won’t receive the necessary water to produce ice. However, don’t automatically assume that the issue is with the valve. Start by checking your home water pressure. If the water pressure isn’t high enough, your water valve won’t function and the ice maker won’t produce ice. If the water pressure from your home meets the manufacturer’s specs, then the problem can be isolated to the valve.
Ice Maker Assembly
If your water valve and freezer temperature is checking good, then the problem may be with the ice maker assembly itself. The assembly includes the ice maker module, thermistor, motor, and other functional parts. A qualified technician can troubleshoot the ice maker assembly and advise the most cost effective repair solution.