How to remove front ice dispenser panel?
Answer Hello Mike. The front panel unsnaps from the freezer door.
Drive coupler is stripped on shaft, how do you remove? Is this a
The only way to remove the stripped coupler is to pull the auger housing and wedge something under the coupling and tap it so that it grabs the threading and is able to be removed. You do not necessarily have to remove the old coupling. You can put the new coupling over top of it and it will still work normally. This is the easiest way to correct the issue without removing the old coupling.
Change my dispenser motor this morning but work when the door is open. When I close it nothing. What could happen?
Answer Hello Cupid. Based on the information you provided, if the motor runs with the door open, but not with it closed, then there is a wiring issue with the unit. You need to look for loose or broken wires on the unit. Check at the door hinges, where the wires come in, and the light switch inside the freezer.
My icemaker won't STOP making ice. The arm is working fine but the icemaker continues to make ice, even when the arm is up. Any ideas on what part might need to replaced? Thanks for your help!
Answer Hello Jennifer,
If the arm is fully inserted in the front of the ice maker module housing, the switch is bad in the motor module 8201515. Replacing it will restore normal operation. Be sure to unplug the refrigerator before attempting the repair since there is 120Vac behind the motor module. Remove the white cover, the three screws, and pull on the beige part. It will slide right out. Slide the new one in and reinstall the three screws. Reinstall the white cover and plug the unit back in. Simple as that, your job is complete.