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Why isn't my new ice maker working?
To avoid personal injury or death, disconnect your appliance from its power source before you start any troubleshooting or repair work. Use caution when working inside any appliance.
Your new ice maker needs time for the ice mold to cool to at least a minimum of 16F, and preferably as low as 8F to 10F before an ice making cycle will begin. In new installations, there is a possibility of air in the lines. The air will usually cycle out during the first few ice making cycles. If there is a water filter, check to see that it's not clogged. If your refrigerator has a water dispenser, fill a glass of water to see if the flow is good.