In regards to your Kenmore refrigerator, Model # 106.4323400
Low water pressure or improper temperature can cause the ice make to work too slow.
Low water pressure, 'starves' the ice maker of water, resulting in 'not enough' ice. This can be caused from any of the following:
Low household water pressure - Water pressure to refrigerator should be at least 30 psi. You can check for adequate water pressure and flow. If you already have a refrigerator installed which has a water dispenser, you should be able to dispense about 3 to 6 ounces of water in about 5 seconds from your dispenser. -- contact a certified plumber if your water supply does not meet these conditions.
Clogged water filter - Replace water filter every 6 months, or sooner, as needed (depending upon water conditions).
Kinked tubing - Re-route plastic tubing to remove kink. Copper tubing cannot be uncoiled.
Water supply connected to a reverse osmosis filter - Remove refrigerator water supply from reverse osmosis and connect to standard household water.
When controls are at the wrong settings, the freezer temperature may be slightly too warm for the ice maker.
According to the following freezer temperatures in Fahrenheit:
Between 0 - 5F - Ice maker works great
Between 5 - 10F - Ice maker works, but
Between 10 - 15F - Ice maker works, but
Between 15 - 20F - Ice maker works
, if at all