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    • Part Number: AP4538052
    • MFG Part Number: W10289690
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have a problem with the chute on the ice delivery from the ice maker icing up. Found the flapper door thingy is broke and not sealing. My son, who is mechanically inclined, looked at it and said it looked like the leafspring or whatever was supposed to return the door to the closed position is broke/disconnected from the plastic stud that the door pivots on ... the best he can tell. My questions are 1. what part(s) do I need to fix it? 2. How do I disassemble/reassemble it? 3. Would I be better off getting a pro to fix it?

Bill Bennett for Model Number RD25AGXNQ02

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The freezer compartment has a lot of frost near the top front. It has always been frost free. Also the ice maker front cover is broken. Could this be the problem?

Tom for Model Number 106.9322510

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Looking for door that drops down in front of the ice maker.

James P for Model Number ed5gtgxn010

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My GE refrigerator has caps on the door, one at the top of the door and one at the bottom. I've had the fridge for 12 years now and have replaced the caps 3 times because they break all the time. I was trying to locate the parts on your website but cant find them. Can you help me? And if you know what I'm talking about do you know why they continue to crack and break completely off?? Or, can you just help me find the parts so I can order new one. Thanks for you help..

Christine H. for Model Number MOD PT122MFMARWW SERIAL HD905103V

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I want to remove the ice maker. do you sell a cover to go over the hole in the wall.

Sam for Model Number m1txegmyw01

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Follow up to first question about removing ice-maker. Donna, Raising the bail arm on the ice maker works for a while, eventually it gets hit and falls down and the ice maker operates and burns out(on occasion). Your best bet is to reach behind the ice maker and unplug the 4 wire connector from the freezer wall connector and let it go at that, until you can install a water line to the ice maker fill valve assembly. Good Luck and Thanks I'm never going to use the ice-maker, so after unplugging the 4 wire connector mentioned below and taking out the ice maker itself, is there a cover plate that can be purchased to cover the freezer wall connection?

Donna

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Want to remove the ice maker from my whirlpool bottom freezer. The delivery guy said it was pretty simple; just unscrew 3 screws. But he said I'd need to cover the exposed wire and that I could get a "cover plate" or something to that effect. Do you know what he was talking about? And if so, do you sell it here? Or, would it be better, in your opinion to just leave the ice-maker in? If so, do I have to make sure the wire handle is always in the "up" position?

Donna for Model Number GB2FHDXWB

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The on off switch cover on the freezer door is cracked. The switch works ok, but will this cover work?

Scott for Model Number 10659092990

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