the refrigerator icemaker doesn,t make ice,I have checked all the checkpoints as directed in the troubleshooting part of the manuel.
I need to know how to get the cover off the back of the freezer to expose the icemaker.There are no screws visible and it being just a few month's old I don't want to pry it off and break it. Thanks.
ANSWER Larry, Here are the instructions from the service manual for your refrigerator. " 1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power. Remove food and shelving. 2. Pull off the light cover located in the top left hand corner of the freezer compartment. 3. Remove the ¼” hex head screw below the light bulb. 4. Pull the top of the air duct cover out at the top and lift up to remove. 5. The bottom of the duct has 2 slots that slid onto the top of the evaporator cover. 5. Remove the 4 - 1/4” hex head screws securing the evaporator to the cabinet. 6. Pull out the evaporator cover." Our parts and service information show both screws and clips holding the evaporator cover to the back wall of the freezer. Either way, you need to be careful and not "tweak" or bend the cover. Good Luck and Thanks
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, February 21, 2012