I am not sure where to find the micro-switch. Is it literally the switch/button you would push to dispense ice? If so, the one suggested looks different than mine, or I am not seeing this switch. Thanks
Answer Hello Sam. Yes, according to your model number, these are the micro-switches for your dispenser. You will need to check your dispenser switches and see if they are making contact. It is ok if they are different, we just need to make sure they are not calling for dispensing. Hope this helps.
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The icemaker is not working in our refrigerator (it only has ice, not cold water). I checked the water valve for resistance and that seems fine, but when I checked the incoming voltage in the plug that attaches to the valve, it only showed 26 volts. Do you know if this is the expected voltage, and if not, what could be wrong or need replacement?
Thank you very much.
You will want to make sure that the icemaker is cycling when you test the voltage at the valve. Also pull the icemaker out and check to make sure that the fill tube is not frozen. If the fill tube is frozen then you will want to replace the water valve due to seeping. If there is no voltage getting to the valve then you will want to replace the icemaker.