Is the ice maker turned on?
Check to make sure the ice maker is turned "on". Below are a couple of common style ice makers, but for instructions for your specific refrigerator please reference the Owner's Manual.
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Do you have the correct water pressure?
Hollow or small ice cubes, along with slow or no water dispensing is likely due to low water pressure.
Connecting a refrigerator to a reverse-osmosis system could also lower the water pressure to the refrigerator, which will result in small ice cubes, low ice production or decrease amount of water being dispensed.
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CLICK HERE for more information on getting the correct water pressure.
Is there a kink in the water supply line?
A kink in the water source line can reduce water flow. Straighten the water source line to restore adequate water flow and pressure. To help reduce the chances of a pinched water line, do not push the refrigerator too far back against the wall or cabinet.
Is the correct saddle valve installed?
- Having the incorrect saddle valve installed can lead to issues like low water pressure.
- A low volume of water flow will cause small, hollow ice cubes or decreased amount of water dispensed. Be sure to use a ¼" type valve that requires a drilled hole.
- It is not recommended to use a self-piercing type or a 3/16" saddle valve, both of which clog easily.
Is the water line connected to a water supply and turned on?
Make sure the water supply is properly connected to a cold water supply and the water shutoff valve is fully opened.
Check to make sure there are no kinks in the water supply line. A kink in the line can reduce water flow. Straighten the water source line to restore adequate water flow and pressure. To help reduce the chances of a pinched water line, do not push the refrigerator too far back against the wall or cabinet.