It’s disappointing when you are craving a cold glass of water or juice and realize you’re low or completely out of ice. You might wonder why it takes your ice maker so long to produce ice for your needs. There are a few common reasons this happens that you should check or get fixed to help your ice maker produce ice faster and more efficiently. There are also many easy repairs you can complete or things you can check yourself to make sure everything in your freezer is operating properly.
This week on our Product Pick of the Week, we chose to talk about our ice machine cleaner. You probably never knew how important it is to clean your ice machine. Just like the food in your refrigerator goes bad, the ice and the food in your freezer can go bad and make your ice taste funny. Similarly, built up mineral deposits from the water can cause issues with your ice quality as well. This ice machine cleaner will make your ice odorless again and back to normal!
Have you noticed that your ice maker has been producing hollow ice cubes lately? If you answered yes, you are not alone. Hollow ice is a relatively common issue usually accompanied by smaller than normal ice cubes and clumping in your ice bin. But what causes this to happen?
Today we have a few common causes of hollow ice and some troubleshooting tips to get your ice back to normal.
Is your ice maker freezing all your ice together and not making ice anymore? This is a common problem that causes much annoyance when trying to dispense ice. Luckily, you can resolve this all on your own by following our simple how-to guide!
If your ice dispenser is giving you crushed ice when you ask for cubed then you probably need to replace your ice deflector, which is the part of your ice dispenser that directs the ice to either go to the crusher or to the dispenser to be dispensed into cubed form. This is a simple replacement that you can easily do yourself!
Parts and supplies you will need:
–New Ice Deflector
-1/4 inch nut driver
-Flat head screwdriver
If you went through the troubleshooting tips we shared the other day and are still experiencing issues with your Ice Maker, such as ice cubes that are smaller than normal or if it isn’t producing ice at all, it may be time to replace it.
Today we have a step-by-step tutorial on how to replace an Ice Maker Assembly with an Internal Storage Bin yourself. You can find the replacement for your refrigerator model here.
You go to the refrigerator, grab yourself a drink and a glass of ice from the ice maker, only to find that it doesn’t taste the way you expected it would. Yuck. Every now and then, the ice from your refrigerator’s ice dispenser may start to taste or smell a bit…funny. Today we’re going to share with you the 4 Most Common Causes of Bad Tasting Ice.