The ice maker in the refrigerator and larger standalone ice machines develop maintenance problems from time to time.

When the ice stops coming, you can rely on Mr. Appliance® to provide fast and effective ice maker repairs. We have over 25 years of experience repairing various ice maker brands, so you can look forward to dropping ice cubes into your drinks again very soon!

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Common Ice Maker Problems Mr. Appliance Can Service

Every ice maker problem has several potential causes, so the most efficient way to diagnose and fix the appliance is to reach out to your local Mr. Appliance.

Here are the most common issues we address with our ice maker repair services:

  • Ice maker isn’t making ice: If your ice maker is stuck and won’t make ice, it could be caused by water line problems, a failed control board, a malfunctioning door switch, a faulty thermostat, or a bad ice mold heater.
  • Ice maker water pressure is low: Water pressure lower than 20 psi restricts the water supply to your ice maker. Mr. Appliance can determine if this is an appliance problem or a plumbing system problem.
  • Ice maker won’t stop making ice: If this is happening, you likely have a faulty ice level arm or control board. Our team can let you know if a repair or full replacement is the most cost-effective choice.
  • Ice cubes are small or oddly shaped: This may be caused by low water pressure, a clogged water line, or supply line issues — all of which contribute to oddly-formed ice cubes.
  • Ice maker is leaking water: A leaky inlet valve may be at fault, but there may be other underlying problems as well.

List of ice maker brands Mr. Appliance repairs: Whirlpool, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Samsung, Frigidaire.

Ice Maker Parts We Replace

Can’t find the right part for your ice maker? Whether you’re trying to figure out how to repair a Whirlpool ice maker or another brand, Mr. Appliance can diagnose the issue, find the correct parts, and make the necessary repairs.

We commonly replace ice maker parts like:

  • Thermostat
  • Motor
  • Valve
  • Control module
  • Condenser
  • Solenoid
  • Tubing
  • Water filtration system

Why Choose Mr. Appliance for Ice Maker Repair?

  • Service from qualified experts.
  • All of our workmanship and parts are guaranteed.
  • We offer upfront, flat-rate pricing.
  • Our service professionals are courteous and uniformed.
  • We will show up on time for your scheduled appointment.
  • We offer contactless authorization and payment for jobs.

In addition, our service professionals go beyond simple fridge ice maker repairs. We can repair every type and major brand of ice maker — from slow ice makers to faulty water valves.

Our ice maker repair services include:

  • Freezer/refrigerator ice maker repair
  • Portable ice maker repair
  • Built-in or freestanding ice machine repair

List of reasons why you should hire Mr. Appliance for your ice maker repairs: qualified experts; polite, uniformed professionals; on-time service; upfront, flat-rate pricing; parts and labor warranty; and 25+ years of experience.

Schedule Ice Maker Repair Near Me

Whether you need a Samsung ice maker repair or another brand, you can rest assured your local Mr. Appliance Pro will get the job done right, with service backed by the Neighborly Done Right Promise®!

To set up ice maker service, schedule appliance repair online today. From the minute our expert service professionals step foot in your kitchen, they’ll treat you and your appliance with care.

FAQs About Ice Maker Repair

Is It Worth Fixing an Ice Maker?

Deciding to fix an ice maker depends on the age of the appliance, the repair cost, and the ice maker problem. For a newer ice maker with a minor issue, a repair is likely worth it. If your ice maker or fridge is old and the repair is expensive, replacing the ice maker or even the whole fridge might be the best option. Consult with an appliance repair professional before making a final decision.

How Do You Repair an Ice Maker Water Line?

Locate the water supply line and inspect it for visible damage, like cracks. While some might try to tape over holes or cracks, this isn’t recommended; contact Mr. Appliance to replace the line for the best fix.

How Do You Reset an Ice Maker?

To reset an ice maker, press firmly on the metal feeler arm (if one is present) and turn the unit on and off. If this doesn’t resolve anything, look for a reset button on your ice maker and hold it down for at least 10 seconds. Finally, try unplugging the appliance and plugging it back in.

What Is the Life Expectancy of an Ice Maker?

The life expectancy of an ice maker can vary from five to 15 years, depending on the brand, usage, and maintenance. Regularly cleaning an ice machine can help prevent mineral buildup and extend its lifespan. Schedule service with an appliance repair expert to diagnose the issue.

Why Would My Ice Maker Suddenly Stop Making Ice?

There are several reasons why your ice maker might stop making ice. Common culprits include a clogged water filter, a full ice bin that triggers an automatic shut-off, or a malfunctioning ice maker part.

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