When operating correctly, the LG LRSC26925TT ice maker creates eight blocks in a time to get a total of 120 to 150 pieces a day, or until the bin is complete. If your ice manufacturer’s performance isn’t up to par, LG has some troubleshooting hints to assist you keep you cool.
Working With Water
Inadequate ice distribution, misshapen ice cubes or failure to operation may occur as a result of water issues. Before taking more elaborate steps, make certain the water feed tube that connects the refrigerator to your house’s water supply has no kinks or twists, plus it does not exceed 40 feet in length. Make sure that the household water line valve is accessible. The LG LRSC26925TT’s ice maker does not function if the associated water line’s pressure does not meet or exceed 21.3 lbs per square inch. If your home has low water pressure, contact a plumber to put in a pressure pump.
To stop odd-tasting ice, remove the first 20 cubes created after you first set up the LRSC26925TT. Do the same when using the fridge after a very long period of inactivity. If the dispenser operates irregularly, clear that the ice passing of frost — a frequent problem in the event that you frequently use the crushed-ice option — ice cubes or food congestion. If the ice maker ceases producing ice prior to the container is complete, clear any irregularly shaped pieces of ice and break up any clumps, especially close to the ice maker. Give the ice container a normal shake to prevent this matter. For especially stubborn clumps, remove the container, let the stuck-on ice to thaw, wipe the container with a clean cloth and reinstall it.
Replace the filter in case the filter index appears on the unit’s LED screen or in case ice production decreases. Locate the filter in the upper right-hand corner of the fridge’s interior compartment and remove the existing filter cartridge by turning it counterclockwise. Secure the new cartridge with a clockwise twist till it locks into position. After filter replacing, run the water dispenser for three minutes to prevent future operating issues.
Some big-picture refrigerator issues may affect general operation, including the operation of the ice maker. If power loss occurs, check your home’s electric service panel to get a blown fuse or tripped breaker; that fridge requires a 15- or even 20-volt fuse. If you are using an extension cord to power this appliance — a practice not recommended — then make certain it is a three-wire grounding type rated at a minimum of 15 amperes and 120 volts.