Wondering why ice from my GE refrigerator smells or tastes bad? If frozen items aren’t properly wrapped or contained, ice can absorb food odor. Troubleshoot why GE refrigerator ice tastes bad with these common causes: 1. Contaminated tap water. 2. Ice cubes are absorbing food odors. 3. Ice cubes are old and stale. 4. Refrigerator water filter needs to be replaced. 5. Ice maker is dirty and needs to be cleaned.
A Sub-Zero ice maker not making ice can be a hassle. Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can take to restore its functionality. Just follow this quick and easy troubleshooting guide to get your ice maker back to working order.
It can be startling when our refrigerator noise changes from a familiar low hum to a loud noise. Whether it’s buzzing, rattling or clicking, when a Frigidaire refrigerator runs loud something may be amiss. Fortunately, some of these noises result from common causes with DIY solutions.
Have you been wondering why your Frigidaire refrigerator won’t dispense water or ice? There are some common reasons why this can happen. Follow these troubleshooting tips to help you identify the cause of the problem.
Is your Sub Zero refrigerator not staying cold like it should? One of the most common reasons for refrigerators having trouble maintaining a cold enough temperature is dirty condenser coils. Here’s how to quickly and easily clean your coils to restore your refrigerator’s cooling power..
One of the most common refrigerator repair problems we encounter is when a refrigerator won’t cool. There can be many reasons why your refrigerator is warm. From a door that won’t close properly to dirty condenser coils. Here’s how to identify and fix the problem.