Ice Maker Repair

Usually ice machine failure issues are pretty straight forward, but the solution isn’t. If your ice maker is not producing ice, forms a block of ice, or makes a humming noise, TURN IT OFF IMMEDIATELY. Note: Turn off the ice making switch, but leave the unit plugged in so it continues to cool. Allowing the ice maker to run can possibly burn up the motor, which will likely necessitate replacement of the entire ice maker. Our expert ice maker repair technicians are trained in the full range of ice maker problems. Call us today to schedule your repair.

Appliance Repair Squad offers fast, reliable ice maker repair at competitive prices. Our factory-trained and authorized technicians are trained to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information specific to your model ice maker or ice machine. Here’s just a few of the reasons to choose Appliance Repair Squad for your ice maker service needs:

  • Family-owned and operated
  • In business for over 8 years
  • Factory trained and certified by most manufacturers
  • We receive ongoing training from manufacturers
  • 3-year parts & 1-year labor warranty for major part repairs
  • We’re licensed and fully insured
  • Our technicians are background-checked for your safety
  • We’re CFC/EPA refrigerant certified

Professional Ice Machine Repair for All the Major Brands

At Appliance Repair Squad, our technicians are factory-trained and certified on all the leading ice maker brands including:

  • Amana
  • Asko
  • Bosch
  • Electrolux
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Frigidaire
  • GE
  • Jennair
  • Kenmore
  • Kitchenaid
  • LG
  • Maytag
  • Miele
  • Samsung
  • Scotsman
  • Sears
  • Siemens
  • Sub-Zero
  • Whirlpool
  • U-Line

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Learn About Ice Machine Cleaning

**These instructions are for Ice Machines. The ice maker you find in your refrigerator should not be cleaned with the method described below.
Although people do not often think of it, an ice machine requires cleaning just like any other appliance. Your ice machine should be cleaned at least once every year, but may need more frequent cleaning if you notice:

  • Slow ice production
  • Cloudy Ice
  • Stinky Ice
  • Dirty Ice

If you plan to clean the ice machine yourself, use a high-grade liquid ice machine cleaner (available at most home repair stores or online). Soap and other common detergents are not advised as they can leave chemicals in your ice machine and are often insufficient at cleaning lime scale deposits.

Ice machine cleaner products are specifically formulated to break down lime scale without leaving any chemicals behind. If the problem remains after a single cleaning, the issue may require professional cleaning or part replacement. Contact Appliance Repair Squad for professional diagnosis and ice machine cleaning services.

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