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    • Part Number: AP3182733
    • MFG Part Number: 2198597
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How do I remove the ice maker? It seems to be held in by something. Where is the retainer, it jiggles, is loose but will not come out

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My Kitchen Aid Icemaker has stopped ejecting the ice. There is ice in the bottom. We have removed the unit to thaw. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Ice maker not working. Water is not flowing into ice mold. Took hair dryer to black tube and attempted to poke ice out (nothing). I poured water in ice mold expecting that it would eject the ice into bin and that didn't work either. Ice control lights blink twice when door open. When I close the flap the light remains solid red.

Cam for Model Number Kenmore 106.56566400

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No it just stopped making ice. Tray was empty which is why we thought maybe ice in tube. We also added water to tray to see if it would cycle, ice evaporated.

Dean for Model Number ksrp25fnss00

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I replaced the ice maker in my side-by-side. I followed your video and removing and replacing the ice maker went without a hitch. It made ice for about 36 hours. Now, the water dripping into the ice maker is overflowing that little tank on the side of the ice maker and flowing all over the contents of the freezer. The teeth on the ice maker seem are up, indicating that they would form ice cubes. Why is the water freezing before it gets to the ice maker? Is this something a 63 year old woman can repair on her own? Or do I need to call a repair person? Thanks

Carol

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Hello, I have a Whirlpool Frig, model GD5RVAXVBOO. The icemaker needs to be replaced. It appears the right OEM part # is 2198597. Can you tell me if this is correct? Also do you know the difference between the 2198597A vs 2198597A versions? Thank You..

Joe for Model Number Whirlpool GD5RVAXVBOO

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I ordered a new icemaker from you for my KSRS27IHWH00 fridge bought in 2000 because heater on original unit was bad. Have installed the new icemaker 2198597 (AP3182733). It is producing and dumping ice. However it is regularly making only 5 of the 8 cubes. The new icemaker looks pretty much like original one which was an 8 cube, except the fill cup is bigger on the new one...taller...and my black fill tube sticks down into it more. Fill tube is a good 2" long from fitting. My question is does the fill tube length and fill cup have anything to do with how icemaker senses full? If not why would new icemaker only be making 5 cubes?

Jeff for Model Number jsellmeyer@att.net

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Just replaced original icemaker with your part AP3182733 complete icemaker assembly. It is very similar to original but noticed the fill cup on new one is larger. The new unit is working (heater was gone on old one) but only filling 5 cubes not 8. I also notice my fill tube appears to be longer than one on video. Does length of tube and new height of fill cup have something to do with how icemaker senses when to stop filling and mine is sensing full too early? My fill tube is prob a good 2" long, original fill cup height is about 1 1/4" on sides, refridg bought in 2000.

A Smith for Model Number KSRS27IHWH00

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The ice maker stopped working. I noticed the tray was full of ice which led me to think it was the heater. I pulled out defrosted and put back into service. It refilled and unloaded one cycle and quit again. Any thoughts?

Moore C for Model Number Whirlpool Refig. Ice Maker Model 2198597

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Hello! The other day I came home to notice there was a puddle of water on the floor in front of the freezer door. It appears the water came from melted ice from the ice maker dispenser (the tray under the dispenser was also full). The ice in the bin inside the fridge appears to have melted a bit and formed a large clump of ice, which then caused it not to dispend from the chute in cubes or crushed mode. This puddle of water has happened a few times over the last few weeks. I have not noticed a decreae in freezer or fridge temperature. Any assistance wold be greatly apprecaited! Thanks! Dustin

Dustin for Model Number 106.56713500

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