As you are probably aware, your Euhomy ice maker won’t make ice if there isn’t any water to make the ice with. The same happened to me which made me agitated because I didn’t know what to do.
After a number of tries and surfing on the internet, I got to a solution that sometimes, this occurs because the ice cubes aren’t being removed from the tray before they have time to melt.
This can cause the water valve to freeze up. It does not allow any water to flow through it into the ice-making mechanism.
It freezes there and becomes an ice cube. To fix this issue, follow these instructions on how to fix your Euhomy ice maker not making ice correctly.
How to fix ice maker not making ice
So your ice maker isn’t making ice, what do you do? It is most likely one of two reasons, either a mechanical problem or an electrical problem. First, let’s rule out that it could be an electrical problem. After that, we can figure out if it’s a mechanical issue or not.
How to check if it’s an electrical issue: If your ice maker makes noise when you push buttons on the front but no cubes are coming out, then it is probably not an electrical issue.
If there was no noise and still no ice coming out when you pressed buttons on the front then that would be a good indication of an electric mishap.
Replacing your water filter
Water filters are an important part of any refrigerator, but as time goes on they can get clogged with mineral deposits and become less effective. If your water filter has been operating for more than six months and is not keeping up with your water quality, replace it.
To do so, pull out your old water filter; then look inside your fridge to find a new one. It will typically be stored in a plastic bag that is attached to or underneath your fridge shelves. Simply insert it into its previous location, turn on your ice maker and you’re done!
Testing your ice maker’s board
Before you jump to conclusions about your ice maker’s board, try doing a simple test. Place a glass under your ice maker, turn it on and let it cycle through its regular production.
If there are still no cubes after five minutes or so, then you probably have to replace your ice maker’s board.
If you have water and ice but just not in great quantities, then it could be that you need to clean out some of your ice trays. you can even replace them with newer ones if they seem worn out.
Make sure that everything is clamped down tight onto your countertop so that when those cubes start flying off their runners, they don’t fall off too quickly! When all else fails, check our site for other helpful troubleshooting tips!
Troubleshooting the water inlet valve
The water inlet valve is designed to regulate how much water flows into your ice maker, based on its needs. If your ice maker isn’t making enough ice, it could be because something is blocking or restricting that flow of water.
Turn off your ice maker and remove any large debris. That may include pieces of food or a sock—that may be clogging it up.
You can also pour warm water directly into your refrigerator’s fresh-water line until there are no air bubbles coming out; these air bubbles might be clogging up your inlet valve.
Once you have successfully cleared out any blockages, turn on your ice maker and see if it starts producing ice normally again.
Refilling your icemaker reservoir
Is your ice maker not making ice? If so, you may need to refill your reservoir. Here’s how:
- Turn off your appliance at least 24 hours before refilling. Unplug it if possible.
- Remove any dirt or debris from inside and around your appliance by wiping it away with a towel or rag.
- Using an accurate measuring device such as a pitcher or liquid measuring cup, fill your reservoir with water up to its max line marked in cups/liters/gallons, etc.
It may solve your issue and probably your ice maker may be working fine again. In my case, it did.
Resetting the microcomputer
Turn off your appliance and unplug it. With all of its lights on, press and hold buttons #2, #3, #5, and #6 until you hear a beep; then release them.
Finally, with buttons #4 and #7 pressed down at once (and holding them for about 20 seconds), you should hear two more beeps before releasing those buttons as well.
Once you’ve released those last two button presses, your ice maker should start making ice again.
After that first batch of ice is produced, check it over to make sure that it’s solid enough to use (if not, don’t try to force it). Congratulations—you’re back in business!
Also read: How To Fix Keurig System Overheated
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You were facing the issue where your Ice maker was not making ice. By going through this article, you will be probably able to get the problem solved.
The problem might only be associated with your usage.
It may be solved simply by troubleshooting steps and may be able to get your ice maker working again.
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