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    • Part Number: AP4360346
    • MFG Part Number: W10190965
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I've watched the repair video where it says this replacement icemaker comes with a couple of different wiring harnesses and you should pick the one that works with your icemaker. My icemaker has the white plastic plug that goes into the icemaker but at the other end, the wires go directly into the wall of the freezer with what looks like a waterproof seal putty or something sealing where it leaves the freezer. In other words, the wiring harness has only the plug at the icemaker end and no plug at the other end. So obviously, I can't use any of the included wiring harnesses, I'd have to use my plug that is attached to the freezer. Should that work with this replacement icemaker?

Gary for Model Number W10190966

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In the video, it shows simply pulling the old complete icemaker out and putting this one in and you're done. So my question is this. Is this ice maker the entire assembly including the motor, thermostat, etc.? I know the bail wire doesn't come with it, but I am confused by conflicting things in the item description, photos, and video whether or not it is truly the entire ice maker including all parts but the bail wire.

Gary J. for Model Number ED2VHEXVQ01

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Any difference in the W10190965 ice maker and the W10190981 ice maker?Thanks.

Dennis A

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The bail wont set in the slot so it never stops making ice. Do I need to use part AP4360346?

Ellen for Model Number ED5KVEXVB00

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The icemaker for this model # is w10190965 & I need to know if it interchanges with 4317943? Thanks for your help

Joyce for Model Number ed2chqstq00

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Have a whirlpool refrig with icemaker (model W10190966) .....unit was "leaking" water but when I took it out it was full of ice; just not dispensing & didn't seem to be cycling........the unit is only 1 1/2 yrs old.......looks good......do I need to replace the entire unit or just the motor module??? Is there a simple test to determine what element is failing??? See motor modules for about 1/2 the price of the complete unit.......

Ralph

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Is a model number w10190965 ice maker the correct replacement for model number 4317943?

GRANPA49 for Model Number 106.55249400

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My ice maker gets chunks of ice frozen on top of the unit and will not make ice. When I break these loose it works for a time then does it again. Any suggestions.

Kim for Model Number TS22AFXKQ06

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Hello. My add-on icemaker doesnt work anymore. Which one should I buy to replace it?

Victor for Model Number amana TX 18R2W

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We recently replaced our ice maker because the old-one was leaking inside the freezer. It was pretty simple, 3 screws and the wiring harness. The refrigerator is a 2005, and this is the first part I've had to replace. Since then the new ice maker is working producing ice, with no internal leaks. However the cycle seems very slow, (compared to when the whole unit was new). When the unit was new, it would fill the auger bin over night. Basically empty the auger bin into the bottom bin before I went to bed, and by next morning (8hrs) the auger bin was full again. In the last 6 months or so I'd say the old Ice maker was running notably slower as well, and then it got to causing a stream of ice to freeze from below the front of the unit into auger tray, so I figured it was time to replace it. Now in an 8 hour stretch with nobody taking any ice, the auger bin is only 1/3 full. The water supply seems UN-obstructed, as the door-valve flow works as before. Further more, I've taken a hair-dryer & coat hanger to freezer-side of the water inlet (trough) into the ice maker, and it appears unobstructed as well. Also I have shorted/jumpered the T to H connections and the motor-gear unit is rotating fine. Any help would be appreciated. Eric

Eric M. for Model Number w10190965

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