I need to remove the icemaker and although I've now taken out 4 screws, it seems there is still another screw that needs to come out, but I can't see it to get a screw driver on it. I want to remove it before I order the new replacement from you. I also tried pulling on the wiring cable, but it seems to not want to come loose. Help me! I removed the plastic front that shows the gears, do I need to remove that part too to get at the screw that's holding me up? I hate to call the repairman again, he already charged me $300 for two valves that didn't solve my ice making problem.
ANSWER Hello Bob,
There are only three screws that hold the icemaker in place. If you look at the parts explosion, you can see where the two go in the top. The third is in the bottom. All three thread into the freezer wall in the same direction. You can see the one on the bottom when you move the ice bin. The other two are above the ice mold, item 60 is the number for the screw on the illustration and the line coming out of the back side of it shows where it is located.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, June 25, 2012