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    • Part Number: AP4359694
    • MFG Part Number: W10190935
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Every so often when the ice maker goes to eject the ice into the bin, I would notice a piece would get stuck under the arm that pushes the ice out. I also have a problem with the fill tube freezing up for my ice maker, which is not a big deal I would just defrost it, but more importantly the ice maker stopped working. I am looking for some guidance as to troubleshooting the problem so I do not get the wrong parts. I have check out the I/R and i believe it is working right based on other threads I have read. What should i check next. Thanks William

William G for Model Number KSRA25ILSS01

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OK, I jumped out t&H control unit and the icemaker cycled, but did not fill with water. I switched wiring on the dual water valve and when I pushed the water dispensor I got water to the icemaker. Is the control motor bad?

William G for Model Number KSRA25ILSS01

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Ice control module screw for adjusting level. Do you turn clockwise for more and counter clockwise for less? Mine is over flowing do I adjust the screw that goes into the side of the module?

Frank M. for Model Number ap4359694

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My ice maker is not making ice, water flows to the water dispenser but not to the ice maker. The sensor at the front of the unit seems to be working fine (lights up and turns off appropriately) In searching for the appropriate fix I located advice that instructed to use a jump wire between the V and L terminal holes on the ice maker control module, and no water flowed. I'm guessing I need to replace this module?? Do I also need to replace the water inlet valve as well or can you tell me how to properly test this part to see if its bad?

Joe for Model Number Kenmore coldspot 106.57022600

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The water will not quit going into the ice maker. Would it be the module or the valve not shutting off? Could it be the module not telling it to shut off?

Toni for Model Number MANA ICE MAKER IC6

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The ice maker short cycles and the ice cubes are never frozen solid unless we manually harvest every 3 hours.

Larry for Model Number IM S 106 626640

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I have this Ice maker that is not working and strongly believe the module is bad. I've yet to check the inline fuse. Anyway, what I want to know is...I have a Module that is NEW part no. 628135 that is exactly Identical to the 628519. What on earth is the difference, because I compared them very closely with a magnifying glass checking electrical paths and all that, and I don't see the difference, but yet if you do the model number it clearly says NOT COMPATIBLE.

Bob H. for Model Number MFI2269VEW1

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The ice maker after a water fill cycle would not stop dumping water flooding kitchen. Now ice maker does not work at all. Can't find a fuse.Location of water solenoid valve is also not known. can you help.

Bernd W for Model Number ED2GHEXNBOO

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I can't stop my ice maker from making ice. When I lower or raise the arm it still makes ice. I have a Kenmore Model 10672854101. Do I need a new control module? Thanks

Roger for Model Number 10672854101

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Not Getting Any Water To Ice Maker. Quit Making Ice.

Do It Your Self for Model Number ED22TEXHW03

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