Fix Your Icemaker By Replacing the Control and Motor Assembly

One of the most common parts of a refrigerator that needs repair is the ice maker and water dispenser area.  If your icemaker isn’t making ice or the actual ice dispenser is broken, you may be able to fix it yourself by replacing the control and motor assembly.  Doing so could save you from giving up on your fridge and buying an expensive new one.  But if you have any trouble with this (or any) fridge repair, remember that Best Refrigerator and Appliance Repair Atlanta is always just a phone call away to help you.

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Do you need to change the Ice Maker Control Motor Assembly on your fridge? It’s a pretty easy job, and you only need a few tools; a ¼ inch nut driver, a Philips screw driver, and maybe a pair of needle nose pliers, and maybe a flat blade screw driver.  Let see how to do it.

The very first step we need to do before we begin the repair is to disconnect the power supply, and to turn off the water supply to the refrigerator.

The next step in this repair is to gain access to the ice maker.  We need to remove it so that we can access the Control Motor Assembly.  There are two screws located above the ice maker that just need to be loosened, and then we’ll just slide it from the frame on the ice maker, and one ¼ inch hex edge screw on the bottom that does need to be removed.

You want to loosen the top two, and we’ll lift up on the ice maker, tilt it out, pull it slightly forward and disconnect the wire harness at the back.

Next we need to remove the cover in front of the ice maker. Wiggle that a bit, and now we need to remove three Philips screws and also the belt. The first step we need to remove the belt.  Just pull it out of the hole in the back, and in it’s down position slide it completely out.

Once we have removed the three screws, gently grasp the face of that control motor assembly and pull it off the ice maker. Now the shaft has a flat D side on it, we need to make sure that our placement control motor is going to set up in this top corner.  We need to make sure that that shaft is going to line up, it’s easy just rotate the shaft from the ice maker side, line it up, until it slides on easily, press it into place, and reinstall the three screws.

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icemaker control and motor assembly-exploded

Next step will be to reinstall the belt.

You lift the back of it, a hole should be slotted downwards.  Slide that in, reconnect the back hole.  A quick test to make sure it locks in, in an upright position, or off position, and falls free.

Reinstall the cover, now we are ready to put the ice maker back into the fridge.

Take the harness way back connect it first make sure it’s snug, line up the fill tube with the hole in the back of the ice maker, slot it up on to the mounting screws, re-tighten all three screws.

Let’s now put it back in place, turn the water supply back on, plug the refrigerator in, and in a couple of hours we should have some ice cubes.

And that’s just how easy it was to change the ice maker control motor assembly on your refrigerator.

See more refrigerator repair information on YouTube

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Replace A Refrigerator Run Capacitor

There are a lot of common refrigerator problems that come from a malfunctioning run capacitor.  For example, if your refrigerator simply stops working altogether, or if the fridge or freezer compartment is just too warm, it could be that you need to replace your run capacitor.

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Today we’re going to show you how to change the run capacitor on your refrigerator. It’s a really easy job; all you’re going to need is a quarter inch nut driver, and maybe a pair of needle nose pliers. Let me show you how we do it.

Now before we begin this repair the first thing we’ll want to do is disconnect the power and the water supply line to the inlet valve so we that can pull the refrigerator out enough to access the back of it.

Now our first step will be to remove the six quarter inch hex head screws that secure the back cover. Now with the screws removed we can simply lift the cover away and up and set that aside; that will give us access to the component.

Now that we have the back panel removed we have access to the run capacitor which is mounted right on the side of the compressor. We need to remove this retaining clip to pull that run capacitor off of this housing. So it may be easier to take this one screw out to release the tension on those wires.

Just depress that clip, lift it out of the opening and there’s a matching one on the bottom that hook on each end of that clip.

With the clip out of the way we’ll grab the run capacitor, just pull it straight out, and you’ll note the retaining hook on the end that fits over a plastic pin that is part of that housing. The new run capacitor has the same size of terminals, same spacing, and the same hook on the back. If yours is a wired in version, you may need to install the replacement 3/16ths wire terminals.  If the original harness has quarter inch terminals simply cut them off, strip the wire back about a quarter of an inch, and crimp the new terminals on.

We need to make sure that we have that hole over the post holding it in place. Line the terminals with the socket, make sure it fits snuggly.

There is an oval opening in the bottom of that housing that this hook will fit into. Hook the bottom one in first, then we’ll depress it enough to hook the top in. We can reposition the clamp for the wire harness.

We’re now ready to put the back panel back on, reconnect the water line. Now we’re ready to reinstall the back cover.

Tuck that flat inside of the base frame, line up the openings for the screws, then we’ll reinstall all six screws.

Now we’re ready to reconnect the water line, our water supply, and our repair is complete.

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Repair a Refrigerator Temperature Gauge

GE refrigerator repair Atlanta

GE refrigerator repair Atlanta

Today we’re going to show you how to change the temp sensor on your refrigerator. It’s a really easy job, all you need is a quarter inch nut driver, a pair of strippers and crimpers and some wire splice connectors. Let me show you how we do it.

The particular GE refrigerator we’re working on has three temp sensors on it and all of them are the same part number, so we’ll begin by showing you the location of each of those; there is one in the fresh food compartment, it’s located in the rear on the extension to the cantilever shelf bracket. You can access it by removing a single quarter inch hex head screw, you can slide that extension upwards and disengage it from the rail and pull it out and you’ll see the sensor hanging down on the top portion of that, there should be enough wire lead there to pull it out far enough to clip it off and to butt splice a new one on.

Simply tuck it in behind that extension, slide that into the back of the cantilever rail, re-insert the screw.

Now the next two sensors are located in the freezer compartment. There is one that is located at the very bottom of the evaporator, in the left hand side and you can see it tucked into a little holder there.

The other one is located at the top of the evaporator, right in this general area. Now to access those you would have to remove the two quarter inch hex head screws that hold the evaporator cover on, pull that cover out of the way, then you have access to both of those sensors.

Today we’re going to show you the repair for the one on the top of the evaporator because it is the most common one to fail.

Now before you begin this repair we’ll start by disconnecting the power, simply pull the plug; we’ll open up the freezer door and remove all of the shelves in the bottom bin, the shelves just snap in on the right hand side with a plastic bracket, then they’ll pull out on the left hand side.

Next we’ll take the light cover off, just pull out on it and then push upwards, there’s a lip on the front of that cover that hooks on to a couple of tabs on the evaporator fan motor bracket.

Refrigerator Repair Atlanta - Replacing the Temperature Sensor

Refrigerator Repair Atlanta – Replacing the Temperature Sensor

We’ll next take out the light bulb, set that aside, then we’re going to remove the two quarter inch hex head screws that hold the top of the evaporator cover to the fan housing. Then just pull forward on it and you’ll notice that there is a ground wire clipped to the top edge, you just pry that off, and once you’ve pulled that out far enough you can pull straight up on it until you clear the bottom of the evaporator and tilt it over to on the left side and pull it out of the way, and that will give us access to the temp sensors mounted on the top of the evaporator, you can just barely see it from there, it clips into a little bracket.

Now we’ll begin by removing the sensor from the top portion of the tubing on the evaporator, just unclip it and we can remove the sensor from that clip, it should slide out. And we’ll retain the old clip because we will reuse it.

Next we’re just going to cut that sensor two lead harness, you can cut it far enough so that you have room to connect a new butt spliced connector to it; discard the old one and we’ll separate these two leads, enough so that you can strip about 3/8ths of on inch of the insulation off of that wire, and if you need a little extra length there to work with you can actually disconnect that connector, remove the ground screw and pull the wire out more, you can get better access to it.

Next we’ll twist the stranded wire so that it fits easier into the butt splice connector.

And now we’ll prepare the new sensor by stripping back the wires on it and we’ll actually connect the butt splice to the new sensor first and then we’ll pull the assembly in and connect it to the existing harness.

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We’ll next strip about 3/8ths of an inch of that insulation off. Now just twist that stranded wire into a nice tight bundle.

Then we’ll prepare one of the butt splice connectors; then we’ll just make sure that that wire is fully inserted into the connector and none of the strands have popped loose and give it a good tight crimp, I’m doing the same for the second one.

Now we simply need to connect these two butt splice connectors to the existing harness in the refrigerator and once we’re done all that we should tape those connectors up just to prevent any moisture from getting in.

Make sure we fully insert that wire into the connector, crimp it tight, do the same for the second conductor.

So we’ll insert that sensor into the mounting bracket and it’s probably a good idea to put a little bit of electrical tape around those butt splice connectors as it is a moist environment here, so we’ll just wrap a bit of black electrical tape around it.

Atlanta Fridge Temperature Gauge Repair

Atlanta Fridge Temperature Gauge Repair

Then we tuck the excess wire down and behind that tubing just to make sure that doesn’t come in contact with the evaporator fan motor and we’ll snap that new sensor on just about where the aluminum joint meets the copper.

We’ll take the evaporator cover, slide that in behind the rear shelf brackets, rotate it into position and we have to tilt forward on the top a bit and push it downwards. Once we get it down low enough remember to reinstall the ground wire, just clip that to the top edge make sure it fits firmly.

Then we pull that evaporator cover up, we line up the slots for the screw holes with those holes in the evaporator fan motor cover, we’ll reinstall those two quarter inch screws.

We’ll reinstall the light bulb and the light cover.

Next we’ll reinstall the shelving, and the bottom bin. Reconnect the power and our repair is complete.

 – video originally found on YouTube by user PartSelect

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Freezer Door Not Closing? Try This

At Best Refrigerator Repair Atlanta, we often hear from customers who are having problems with their freezer door.  It might be that it’s not sealing correctly or that ice is building up around the edges of the door. Or maybe it’s just that the gasket around the edge of the door is clearly twisted, worn out and no longer doing the job.  Today we are going to show you how to change the Freezer Door Gasket on your refrigerator. It’s a pretty easy job, all we are going to need is a ¼ inch nut driver, or preferably ¼ inch electric screw driver, let me show you how it’s done.

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Before we begin this repair, you will notice that the Gasket will come looking something like a kinked up mess, and it’s not going to fit very well, because it’s kinked (if you need to find the right gasket, we suggest you check out the PartSelect website).

Now as a final product what we need to do, is apply some heat to it, soften it up, so it will become a little more flexible, a little easier to shape.  You can do that with a hair dryer, just by applying some gentle heat all the way around it. What I prefer to do is, either put it in a bathtub, a couple of inches of hot water, and let it soak for ½ an hour, or you can put it in your clothes dryer, and let it tumble for five to ten minutes, checking it periodically make sure that you don’t have it too hot.

Once we’ve got it softened up, we can lay it out flat, to the shape that we need it to be in, then we can begin our repair.

First step in this repair, will be to turn the freezer control off, you may want to remove any items that are on the freezer door.  We’ll lift up the gasket, expose ¼ inch hex edge screws, all the way around the perimeter of them, and this particular model has about 28 screws on it, so it does take a little while, therefore a power tool is welcome in hand.

With all the screws removed, you can work the gasket out from behind the inner door panel, the gasket also holds the inner door panel to the outer door, so one keeps the pressure on that, till we get the gasket removed,and then we can lift the inner door panel off as well. Set that aside, then we’ll check on our new gasket to see if it’s softened up enough to take some shape.

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Now we’ll take our gasket, making sure that the magnetic edge is facing out, and then we’ll hook the lip of that gasket into the channel that’s formed in the inner door panel. Once we have one edge fully inserted, then we’ll tighten those screws up a little bit, we’ll just take our time with the corners, make sure we don’t stretch it too much; we can begin to put the remainder of the screws in.  If you are using an electric or cordless screw driver, make sure there’s a clutch setting on it, because we don’t want to strip these screw holes.

Now once we have all the screws tightened,just take a last minute check, make sure we haven’t folded the gasket in underneath the edge too much, or it’s not pulled away from it. You may notice a few spots that will be protruding a little bit, but when you close the door, you may notice that it sticks out a little bit.  What I would suggest you do is to take some duct tape, press the door firmly, and tightly wrap the duct tape around there and keep it closed for a period of time till it takes to set. And then your repair is complete.

That’s just how easy it is to change the freezer door gasket on your refrigerator (this particular refrigerator that was worked on in the video, which was originally found on YouTube by user PartSelect, was a Whirlpool refrigerator). Thanks  visiting, and good luck with your repair.

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How to Fix The Ice Maker On Your Refrigerator

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ice maker repair

This is how you fix the ice maker on your refrigerator. If you are not sure if you can do it or not… sure you can it’s pretty easy, all we are going to need is a ¼ inch nut driver, and maybe a pair of needle nose pliers, and maybe a flat blade screw driver, let me show you how it’s done.

The very first step we need to do before we begin the repair, is to disconnect the power supply, and you turn off the water supply to the refrigerator. The ice maker is located in the upper left hand corner we’ll remove the ice bucket out of the way, there’s one ¼ inch hex edge screw in the bottom side of the ice maker that needs to be removed, and there are two that are located above the ice maker on the left wall that just need to be loosened.

Once we have loosened the two top screws, we can remove the bottom one, and gently lift up on the ice maker, tilt it away from the wall, and pull it towards you. Along the film tube, loops through the hole in to the reservoir, and exposing the wire harness connector at the back, lift up on this tab, on the wire harness, and separate it.

Next step we need to do is to transfer the shut off belt on the old ice maker, and install it on our new one, to do that, put it in the off position, to sit down position, just slide the back end of the hole and gently pull it out of the front end, now we can set that aside to install on the new one.

Now your ice maker kit probably came with several different wire harnesses, select the one that matches the harness that is on the existing ice maker, and if there isn’t one, remove the harness from your old ice maker, disconnect it, we need to remove the front of the ice maker, gently pull it forward, and we’ll expose the retaining clip that holds the harness to the ice maker head, take a flat blade screw driver, and just gently press in on that, press the tab pull the harness back in.

There’s a locating rib on this end of the harness to make sure that it goes in properly. Next step will be to install proper wire harness on to the ice maker, make sure the locking tab is pointing out, securely snap it into place, install that in the clip, and the harness is ready to connect.

Next we need to put the bale on the new ice maker, locate the long end, which goes to the front, make sure the slot is pointing down, slide it in, pop it back in. It should lock in the upright position, or off position, and fall free.

Next we’ll reconnect the wire harness, this harness will only go one way, make sure it’s firmly clamped in, now we need to locate the water fill tube, through the hole in the back of the ice maker, and tuck it up on to the mounting brackets, the ¼ inch screw that we secure the bottom with, reinstall that, if the ice maker is level, re-tighten all three screws, and our repair is complete.

That’s just how easy it was to change the ice maker in your refrigerator! Good luck with your repair.

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Minimize Refrigerator Repairs

Useful Tips for Fridge Maintenance: How to Minimize Appointments with the Refrigerator Repair Technician

Appointments with your refrigerator repair technician could put a large dent in your budget if they occur frequently and at close intervals. A large part of a refrigerator’s efficiency may rest in its design, but a major part still rests on your maintenance skills as an owner. As a matter of fact, your refrigerator’s energy consumption could be largely reduced if you are well-acquainted with the maintenance routines on maximizing the appliance’s efficiency. Well, the following are some useful tips that will help you maintain the efficient condition of your fridge.

Proper Maintenance

If you are not keeping your refrigerator in good running condition, it’s bound to go down with various problems such as leaks, loud whirring noises, overheating and other technical issues. If you are like most homeowners today, you would have often overlooked maintenance calls for your fridge until the appliance starts calling for attention itself.

Take for example the problem with leaks. Often, leaks could be easily solved by regularly defrosting the appliance, and routinely declogging the defrosting pan. Most appliance owners, however, tend to not take this maintenance routine seriously and would be surprised when a simple declogging of the pans or coils would not be enough to get rid of the leaks.

Aside from regular defrosting, other maintenance procedures that you should be doing for your fridge are the following:

  1. Regularly checking that the temperature of the fridge does not go lower than 41º (coldest for your refrigerator)
  2. Checking that your fridge is not placed in a spot exposed to direct sunlight and
  3. Ensuring that the refrigerator is not placed too close to the wall so as to allow the coils at the back some breathing space.

Getting Rid of the Bad Refrigerator Habits

Aside from commonly forgotten maintenance checkups, another factor contributing to the early calls for repair include those bad habits in using your refrigerator. Perhaps you’re guilty of this: leaving the door open while you mull and ponder over the contents of your freezer and deciding on what to indulge on for tonight. You ought to know that the amount of energy consumed while you leave the door open will be the same amount that the appliance will use to go back to its normal internal temperature levels.

Lastly, an often-committed bad habit that easily contributes to refrigerators being overworked and thus calling for unexpected refrigerator repair visits involve the habit of putting warm food inside your refrigerator. Warm foods, because of their higher temperature, would require more energy to be cooled down, hence meaning more power consumption with your refrigerator. What is the best thing to do? Let the food cool down first before storing it in your fridge.

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Refrigerator Repair: Easy or Not?

The one common appliance in our home we all have is a refrigerator.  We rely on it to keep our food cool and safe to eat.  It becomes such a part of our surrounding that we don’t even notice the sounds it makes cycling on and off.  That is until it breaks down.

Sometimes a repair on a refrigerator can be done with just a little effort on our part.  If we know the make and model we can easily look up a repair manual on the internet.  Most manuals will inform us on the basics of where the heaters, condensers, switches, thermostats and fans are located on our model and how to check if they are working.  These basic parts are easily tested and replaced with just a little effort.  When checking several things, it might be handy to keep a log on a piece of paper or in a notebook of what you tested and the result.

It is important to discharge the capacitor of the motor/compressor before you even attempt to check a component of the refrigerator.  This is because the capacitor will hold a charge even if the electricity is unplugged.  It is not enough to simply unplug it since electricity is stored inside the unit.   You can get severely shocked if you do not properly discharge it first.

There are many do it yourself websites that will walk you through some of the common refrigerator repair problems.  You simply find what your particular problem is and it helps you to check different things that may be the problem.  They also inform you on routine maintenance that can stop a problem before it even begins.  This can save you time and money.

If all else fails, you at the very least might be able to tell if your refrigerator is worth repairing before you call in a repairman.  Repairs can get expensive.  Part are not always easy.  You have to pay for a repairman time and effort, not to mention being charged for the part.  It might be just as easy and cheaper in the long run to buy a new refrigerator.

By educating yourself on common problems and common solutions along with simple maintenance of your refrigerator, you just might be able to keep it working for a long time.  You can save yourself the trouble of calling a repairman or purchasing a new one.

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Refrigerator Repair Tips – Try These Before Calling For Service

Atlanta refrigerator repair

Atlanta refrigerator repair

While there are times when calling for a professional refrigerator repair service is necessary, sometimes the problem with your fridge is something that you can take care of on your own without making the call and spending the money. Let’s now take a look at a few common complaints we hear about people’s refrigerators and some refrigerator repair tips about what you can do if you have the same issues.

One of the most common things that comes up is that people find food frozen (or partially frozen) in the refrigerator, even though they haven’t turned the temperature thermostat down. This can be very frustrating when you plan to use some food and suddenly find an ice block instead! Not to mention, it can ruin some foods, such as lettuce and other produce, since it doesn’t really thaw out all that well.

The most common reason this happens is because the air vent that circulates air between the refrigerator and freezer becomes blocked for some reason. One of the more common reasons for this is simply having items too close to the vent area, and rearranging things can eliminate the problem.

Refrigerator and Freezer Repair Atlanta

Refrigerator and Freezer Repair Atlanta

One thing to mention though, is that if you’ve recently experienced a power-outage, it could be that your refrigerator and freezer began defrosting, leading to some ice melting. Then, when the power came back on, the water that had accumulated in the vent area froze up, blocking the vent.

When the air vent is blocked and there isn’t proper circulation, the temperature sensors in your fridge will signal to the compressor to keep on working and cooling, more than it actually needs to. This in turn can lead to temperatures dropping way too low and the eventual frozen food problem.

If you suspect that there is ice build-up creating the problem, you’ll want to remove all the perishable items and store them in a cooler full of ice while you fully defrost your refrigerator. Hopefully that will resolve your problem. *Make sure to put towels on the floor when you defrost, so that the water from the melted ice doesn’t go all over your floors.

Another problem can come from refrigerators that have built in ice makers turned on, but that do not have a water source connected to them. Similar to the situation above, this causes the sensors to become “confused” that there is no ice being produced, and so the compressor tries harder by becoming colder.

To solve this problem, you simply need to turn off your ice maker (or hook up the water supply!) If this doesn’t work though, you may indeed have a problem with your temperature controls and having a professional refrigerator repair technician have a look may be your best bet.

Another common problem that comes up frequently with ice makers is that they suddenly stop producing ice. Most of the time this is simply because the metal bar in the ice maker is stuck in the UP position, signaling that the ice bin is full (even if it is not). All you need to do is lower that bar, and you should begin to get ice cubes in your freezer once again.

We hope these pointers are helpful to you, and that maybe they allow you to pass on calling someone out for a repair call unnecessarily. However, if you find that you DO need professional repair work done, make sure you call the Best Refrigerator Repair Atlanta has to offer. We would be happy to help you out.

—– Bonus Refrigerator Repair Tips ——

Refrigerator and freezer smell? Wipe it down with some white vinegar, then rinse well.

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