Ice Maker Repair Scottsdale
If an ice maker won’t make ice, then it’s just taking up space. Fortunately, these problems can usually be fixed with one quick visit from Tiger Mechanical.
Our ice maker repair Scottsdale team has over 25 years of appliance repair experience with all the major appliance brands including Viking, Bosch, Thermador, GE, Samsung, LG, Siemens, and more.
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Common Ice Maker Repair Problems
Ice Maker Isn’t Making Ice?
It can be easy to boil over when you open up the bin of your ice maker only to find it empty. Before you abandon all hope for a cool beverage, here are several possible culprits. If you’d rather skip the troubleshooting and get to the root of the problem, call your ice maker repair specialists at Tiger Mechanical today!
Freezer Temperature Too High
Your ice maker may not produce ice cubes if the freezer temperature is above 10 degrees Fahrenheit. For optimum ice maker efficiency, keep the freezer temperature between 0 and 5 degrees Fahrenheit.
Door Switch Malfunction
The door switch controls the ice and water dispenser. When the refrigerator door is open, the ice dispenser will not turn on. Sometimes, the door switch fails and needs to be replaced by a professional technician.
Faulty Ice Maker Switch
Sometimes, the ice maker switch can be turned off by mistake. Check to ensure that the switch is turned on. If it is on, but the ice maker isn’t making ice, then the part may be defective. We recommend calling your ice maker repair professionals at Tiger Mechanical to test the ice maker switch and replace it if necessary.
Defective Ice Maker Mold Thermostat
The ice maker mold thermostat keeps track of the temperature of the ice maker mold. Once the mold reaches an ideal temperature, the ice maker dumps the ice cubes. If the mold thermostat is malfunctioning, the ice maker will stop producing new ice.