If there is the code on the display, expect your fridge to stop producing ice. This is an ice maker problem, and it requires immediate action. This happens because:
- The ice maker is switched off. Look at the coat-hanger-like wire on the right-hand side of the ice maker and check its position. If it is elevated, the ice maker is just turned off. Try to lower it using a red lever or your hand (if there is no lever). The ice maker will work properly only at 8 Fahrenheit (-13,3°C) or lower.
- Iced-up water fill tube or bad water shut-off and/or water-inlet valves. Try to melt the ice buildup using a hair-dryer. Make sure it is not too hot for plastic parts. Check the valves and replace them if necessary.
- Some of the ice maker’s parts are faulty. Please, check the gears and plastic arms that are adjacent to the ice maker. If you have a modular ice maker, check each part and replace bad ones, if any. If most parts are broken, replace the entire ice maker.