Ice maker was leaking and ice mold was peeling off.
Gary P. • Goleta, CA • March 14, 2014
My Repair & Advice
First I watched the repair video from AppliancePartsPros relative to my defective ice maker. Not only did I learn how to remove and install my ice maker to repair it, I realized I could do it. Knowing where the screws were and which ones had to be removed and which ones just loosened made it a snap. I even asked a couple of clarifying questions and got quick answers from AppliancePartsPros as well. So what was next? I purchased a replacement ice maker from AppliancePartsPros which was the smartest thing I've ever done with appliance repairs. I just pulled out the old one, followed the video to put in the new one, and done! Easy peasy. The only thing that I figured out that you should know is that it cost LESS to replace the entire ice maker than to purchase just the ice mold part. Great savings and the new one works great.