I found the Cup Fill Im (part #867) in my ice bin. How do I reinstall it and where does it belong?
The fill cup will sit on the back side of the icemaker assembly. There is a slot that the tab on the cup will sit into.
When the ice falls out of the ice maker into the shute in the door, the stopper does not open automaticly. The ice just sits in the shute. Is this a mechicanical function or electronic?
Most likely this is a part failure. The part that you will want to look at is the dispenser solenoid. If the solenoid is faulty it will keep the door from opening. In most cases this is caused by a rusty solenoid which would need to be replaced.
I found part #367 had come dislodged. I cannot find a diagram showing exactly how it is attached to the icemaker. Can you help me?
Answer Hi. This is the ice maker fill cup or fill spout, part # WR29X10058. It attaches to the ice maker mold and the fill tube coming through the wall in back will be inserted into the "u" shaped cut out on on the other end. "The ice maker is located in the upper rear of the freezer compartment and supplies ice to the dispenser tub. 1. Disconnect the ice maker cable connector. 2. Remove 1/4-in. ice maker mounting screws(2 screws) and slide out the ice maker." Thank You.
Is this part supposed to be filled with frozen water or empty when everything is opperating properly and the ice bucket is full?
Answer Hello Eric. The fill cup WR29X10058 should alway be empty unless, the unit fills the icemaker. The it will have water run through it into the icemaker. If it is frozen over, you will need to replace the water valve WR57X10032 on the unit. Hope this helps.
where does part ap3191322 fit
Answer Regina, This is the icemaker fill cup or fill spout. It attaches to the icemaker mold and the fill tube coming through the wall in back will be inserted into the "u" shaped cut out on onthe other end. "The icemaker is located in the upper rear of the freezer compartment and supplies ice to the dispenser tub. 1. Disconnect the icemaker cable connector. 2. Remove 1/4-in. icemaker mounting screws(2 screws) and slide out the icemaker." Thanks and Good Luck