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Icemakers have an adjustment to make minor or small water fill adjustments. After a fill valve has been replaced the water level should always be checked and possibly adjusted....
For minor water filling adjustments, the front cover usually must be removed from the icemaker, usually a small flat screwdriver can be used to pry off the front cover.
This will adjust the water fill time a little more or a little less water fill time, it will NOT compensate for very low water pressure or huge over filling problems.
For very low water filling ( usually small or hollow cubes ) see the hollow cubes section.
For grossly over filling ice makers ( cubes all lumped together in the tray ) or for major over filling problems, see the water leaking section.
This is where the module style water adjustment is .....
Turning the set screw clockwise decreases the water fill. 1/2 turn = approx 20cc of water. No more than one full turn in either direction or damage to the module could occur.
This is where the regular/standard mechanical style icemaker water adjustment is....
The flex tray ice maker ( has a plastic ice cube body ) has an adjustable screw on the side of the head of the ice maker. See picture below for an example.
Water filters for GE, Whirlpool, Electrolux/Frigidaire, Maytag, Amana refrigerators.