Model #MZD2665HEQ MAYTAG Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

I have a side by side fridge, model number mzd2665heq. The ice maker still works but only if I add the water, it will no longer call for water, why?

A:

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Alina F. -
July 05, 2012
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WOW, first time using this and no responces!??

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Paul -
July 09, 2012
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I know that it can be very difficult to have issues with your ice maker. There are several events that can cause the ice maker to stop filling. These include:

  • Frozen water line
  • The Ice Maker Is Turned Off - Some ice makers have a switch, some have metal arms, others have plastic paddles.
  • Low Water Supply Pressure due to Water Filter Partially Clogged.
  • Low Water Supply Pressure to the refrigerator.

If all of these things are checking to be okay. I would suggest you test the water valve on the back of the refrigerator. Just follow these steps to do this:

  1. Remove the screws that hold the cardboard dust cover, and remove the cover.
  2. Locate the water inlet valve, located at the base of the chassis on the right or left side(looking at it from the back of your refrigerator).
  3. Remove the two screws securing the water inlet valve to the chassis (see 1st pic)
  4. Pull the water inlet valve outward so that the power plug connectors to the solenoids can be accessed.
  5. Identify the correct water inlet valve solenoid for the ice maker. This is the solenoid over the thinner feed line (see 3rd pic)
  6. Remove the plug-in power connector for the ice maker water inlet valve solenoid.
  7. Using the unplugged 'cheater' power plug, clip a wire onto each spade terminal, or thread each stripped wire through the spade holes. (see 4th pic) Ensure that these connections are secure, don't have a chance of touching each other, and are away from the chassis of the fridge. Putting some electrical tape around each is a good preventative measure.
  8. If your ice maker is removed, place a cup, can or small bowl under the black supply hose located above the ice maker on the right side.
  9. Briefly plug in the 'cheater' power cord for 2 seconds or so and listen for operation of the solenoid. If it's operational, it will be clearly heard. Unplug the 'cheater' cord.
  10. Check the catch cup/can for water, or your ice maker tray for water.
  11. If you hear the solenoid after plugging in, but no water comes through the water inlet valve, you have a physical blockage in your line (possibly frozen or clogged). If you don't hear the solenoid after plugging in the cord, it's a bad water inlet valve.

If you do not feel comfortable doing this, just click on this link to schedule service: Sears Home Services . I hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please reply to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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AnneJ -
Sears Technician
July 09, 2012
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Hi and thank you AnneJ for the responce but I don't see any pictures but you mention "see pic"??

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Paul -
July 09, 2012
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