Viking Ice Maker Repair Service

Viking Ice Maker Repair Service NY and NJ

Your Viking ice maker has stopped working? It is one of the great little conveniences of life, but now that it has stopped working, it has become nothing but an inconvenience. Hopefully, it is not spitting ice at you like a major league pitcher.

Before you can have it repaired, the appliance repair technician will need to know what type of ice maker you have. There are the more common ice makers that are built into the freezer, and then there are the stand-alone ice makers that can produce up to 35 pounds of ice in one hour, and then there are the ones that produce ice for the North Pole.

Appliance Repair Medic can handle repairing either type of ice maker, and they have been repairing all kinds of appliances for over 14 years. There is no better choice. If you want your Viking ice maker working like new again, then pick up the phone and call Appliance Repair Medic at, 845 444 2453 Most repairs are done on the same day, and you will know the cost before the repairs have even started.

With mercury rising, ice becomes an important commodity. The ice maker machine was developed to ensure an everlasting supply of ready ice on demand. Most refrigerators either have a built-in ice maker or it is added later as an accessory.

The Viking ice maker is an external ice maker that is not just part of the refrigerator. If right in the middle of summer, your Viking ice maker breaks down, you are in quite a desperate situation. NO matter Appliance Repair Medic is in your just contact with us we will fix your ice maker problem very quickly as we have an expert team for any kind of home appliances repairing.

Types of Problems in Viking Ice Maker:


Replace the water inlet valve if you notice water or ice building up on the bottom of the freezer compartment. If there is water leaking from the back of the refrigerator, replace the water supply line and reinforce the connection point with Teflon tape.f you can’t do that not to worry. Call Appliance Repair Medic!


Change the water filter according to the instructions in your owner’s manual if your ice maker is producing small ice cubes. Make sure to only use replacement filters designed to work with your specific Viking refrigerator. If you can’t do that not worry. Call Appliance Repair Medic!


If no water is getting to your Viking ice maker, pull the refrigerator away from the wall and check the supply line in the rear. Straighten out any kinks that could be blocking the water flow. Thaw out the water line carefully with a hairdryer if it appears to be frozen.f you can’t do that not to worry. Call Appliance Repair Medic!


Hollow ice cubes are a sign of inadequate water flow to the ice maker. Remove the saddle valve that creates a connection point between the ice maker’s water line and the home’s plumbing. Replace the valve with a wider version to allow more water to reach the ice maker. If you can’t do that not worry. Appliance Repair Medic is here!