A KitchenAid ice maker manual is helpful when troubleshooting. It contains information about how to solve problems with the ice maker's operation, noise level, ice production, ice quality and plumbing.
For instance, one KitchenAid ice maker manual states that if the ice maker is too noisy, the user should check both the water supply and drain. If no ice is produced, the water supply may not be connected properly. At times, a kink in the drain line also causes noise issues. If the machine is only producing a limited amount of ice, the owner should check the temperature of the room. When the temperature is above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, ice production slows.