The freezing up inside the ice maker has to be the seals to the door not performing as they did when new. Build up of juice, sodas etc that splashes up as the ice comes out may be causing that trap door to remain partially open. If so, the warmer and higher humidity air can get in and frost builds up to the point it clogs the ice maker. The other possibility is the white gasket that seals the door opening to the ice maker when the door is closed could be failing. Open door and look at that gasket to see if worn, torn or has build up.
I have just cleaned the bottom of the opening after finding some sticky residue at it appears to help. Time will tell.
I have a 2012 Samsung fridge with freezer on bottom. Two ice makers. One in fridge part works fine. One in bottom isn’t working. No ice build up. Parts move freely. RF323TEDBSR. Any ideas?
@userIIwTfKTGuZ I would suggest you try these troubleshooting steps and see if they work for you. If they don't fix the issue you're experiencing, the fridge would need to be serviced and you can locate a service center in your area by clicking on this link.
We have model RF.SC.2.2. Serial number <Hidden>.
The water cubed crush controller will not let you switch it from cubed. Stays on that 24/7. On top if that, is making little to no ice. Looks frozen. Have tried unplugging and turning off Icemaker.