Ice maker does not work, already changed filter. Will fill with water.
Answer Hello John. If the icemaker fill, but does not cycle, you will need to replace the icemaker W10190961. Hope this helps.
The water will not go into the icemaker. What part should I replace? Thanks, Tom
Answer Tom, the water inlet valve should receive 120v from the icemaker. If it is and the inlet valve is not releasing water it will need to be replaced, part number is W10408180. If the icemaker is not sending 120v to the inlet valve you will need to replace the icemaker W10190961. Also make sure that the fill tube is not frozen and that the freezer is freezing at proper temperatures. Hope this information helps you, thanks!
Is this a replcement for my refrigerator?
Answer Hello Rick! The replacement icemaker used on your TJ18K refrigerator should be part number D7824706Q. Thanks!
I need the control timer for the ice maker.
Answer Hello Karun! I've locate model number 6GS5SHGXRS00. The control module is part number W10190933. The icemaker is part number 2198597. Thanks!
The Icemaker unit on my Kenmore Coldspot model#106.54383300 has stopped working. I have the correct part number (I think) AP4360427. I would like to replace it but I don't know how to remove the unit. Can you help me?
Answer Hello Sal. Open the freezer door. Your ice maker is mounted to the shelf in which it sits on. There are 3 - 1/4" screws that need to be removed to loosen the ice maker. There is another screw holding the wiring cover in place. Make positively sure that the ice maker fill tube is correctly installed upon installation. It will take the ice maker W10190961 time to reach proper freezer temperatures until it begins to advance and work. Thank you.
My icemaker is over filling on the fill cycle. Will replacing the icemaker assembly (pn 2212353) fix this problem?
Answer Hello Jim. Check and see if there is power going to the water valve when the unit is over filling. If not, but the water over fills, you will need to replace the water valve W10408180. It is not closing properly. If there is power there and it is over filling, you will need to replace the icemaker W10190961. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html