Fixing Your Icemaker
There is nothing more satisfying on a hot summer day than an ice-cold glass of lemonade unless the ice maker is broken. When this happens, the professionals at Jim's Appliance Repair in Horn Lake, MS are here to help.
Whether you have an ice maker that is built into your refrigerator or one that is portable, our technicians can handle it. We can get your ice maker fixed the same day you call us unless it is a more obscure brand. This may take us a little time to get the parts we need to get the job done.
Our techs are experienced and knowledgeable. We also pride ourselves on our attention to customer service.
Calling A Professional
Many people want to handle their own appliance repairs. One of the issues that may do-it-yourselfers find is that their repair process ends up becoming a trial and error process and this only leads to spending more time and increasing the possibility of doing further damage.
Our professional techs can help to get your ice maker fixed quickly. Our techs have the right tools, parts, and knowledge so they can do the repairs without causing any harm to themselves or the machine. Our technicians can save you a lot of time, money, and aggravation.
Issues And Problems
There are a number of different problems that can plague your ice maker and our techs have seen it all. For each problem, there are a few possible causes and our techs know how to diagnose the source of the problem and get it fixed quickly and efficiently.
It is possible that there is a leak in a line that will need to be repaired or replaced. Before giving us a call, you should check to make sure that the portable ice maker or the refrigerator is sitting on a level surface. If you have checked to make sure that it is level and the leak persists, give us a call.
It's Just Not Working
One of the possible causes of this problem is a clog. It can be a clogged filter, inlet valve, door switch, or water line. If one of these things is clogged, the ice maker is not going to be able to receive the water that it needs to make ice.
Another possibility is that the control arm is stuck in the full position. When this happens, the ice maker is being fooled into not making ice because the control arm is relaying that the bin is full.
The Ice Looks Weird/Won't Come Out/Tastes Horrible
If the ice maker isn't ejecting ice cubes, it is likely because the ejecting motor/circuitry, thermostat, or the ice mold heater is broken or malfunctioning.
If the problem is that the ice looks or tastes weird, it is possible that there is something lodged in the ice dispenser mechanism. It is also possible that the inlet valve, water filter, or the supply line needs to be repaired or replaced.
Should I Get A New One?
The average lifespan of an ice maker is about 5 years and once it reaches this age, it is going to start needing repairs and maintenance. If your ice maker is 5 years old or older, you may want to consider a replacement.