I have a Samsung RF23HCEDBBC that I bought a little over a year ago. All of the sudden, it stopped making ice in the ice maker.

What is bizarre is that if I click the ice maker "reset" and wait a few minutes, ice will release every time into the bucket (I can do this every few hours to fill up the bucket if I need ice).

The only advice on this model I could find is that the ice maker would freeze up. I didn't see any ice build up anywhere, but I removed everything from the refrigerator and defrosted the entire thing. It made ice perfectly for a few days without any problems, and then it stopped making ice again (again, hitting the reset will dump ice into the bucket).

I thought perhaps it was a water temperature issue, so played with the temperature of the refrigerator and the freezer, but that didn't seem to change anything.

I'm starting to think this is a sensor issue somewhere, but it's almost impossible to reach inside of it or see what is going on. Is there any way to repair or replace the ice maker?

  • is the freezer getting a lot of frost? You could have a door seal issue – noybman Oct 4 '17 at 3:17
  • @noybman There was a lot of frost in the freezer before defrosting. Since defrosting 2 weeks ago, there isn't any frost in the freezer. – David Barratt Oct 4 '17 at 12:31

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