Ice Cubes from Ice Maker Smell or Taste Bad
Ice can pick up odors from your refrigerator, additionally the water line to the unit may be contaminated. The cause needs to be determined to fix this issue. This is a guide about ice cubes from icemaker smell or taste bad.
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June 14, 20140 found this helpful
I have a Kenmore side by side refrigerator. My ice maker makes ice OK, but the ice cubes have a stale odor to them. The refrigerator is less than 1 year old. What would the remedy be?
By Ron S
June 16, 20140 found this helpful
Ice cubes sit in an open container and the refrigerator air (far from fresh) blows over them all day. I got tired of garlic flavored ice cubes and bought some ice cube trays with a lid. The ice tastes great after a couple weeks. I turned off the ice maker.
June 18, 20140 found this helpful
The first thing you should do is check your water line to make sure there is no mould in it! If you have hard water, it can cause build up of minerals in the line, and can create mould.