When Icemakers Fail… Remember to Check the Obvious

By Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.MasterSamuraiTech.com

When there is a no-ice complaint, sometimes the icemaker is fine and instead the plumbing or installation is to blame. Low water pressure to a refrigerator can cause undersize icemaker cubes and result in the icemaker jamming during harvest. But how much water pressure do you need? And how do you determine what the pressure is? What does that look like? Bonus tip: Learn about one of the most common causes of low water pressure to a fridge (besides RO filter systems). Come with me now on a journey of Total Appliance Enlightenment.

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