The ice maker has to get down to some temperature before it will make ice.
You might just need to wait another 24 hours before it will start to make
Other writer suggests maybe water clogging a line, which is also possible.
Christopher A. Young
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Fridge is about six years old, and new to us (came with the home
purchase). There is plastic line on a self-piercing connector at the
main water line. There is a filter inside the fridge and there was an
additional filter on the water line for the fridge. When we first
moved, the ice maker was doing okay making slightly hollow ice cubes,
but the water faucet on the door was very low pressure. Didn't want to
spend $30 for the filter cartridge inside the fridge, and previous owner
had left a new cartridge for the second filter, so we changed the second
filter. I think that same day I defrosted the fridge completely (might
have def. sooner, don't recall). Sooooooooooo, now the icemaker has
quit. We removed the filter on the water line and replaced the filter
inside the fridge. Water flows better on the door, but not making
ice....it seems to try to make ice but doesn't finish. Can't see into
ice tray to see if it fills, so will probably defrost again and see what
happens. Since the pressure of water flowing out of the faucet outside
the door is better, seems the icemaker should be filling okay.
Does plastic line clog more easily than copper? Anyone still use copper
(we installed our own copper line on a fridge years and years ago, and
never had a problem). We have well, very nice soft water, but are
completely stumped...moving the fridge out won't be easy, but doable.