The dial on icemaker rotates back and forth and does not dump the ice. What do we do?
Answer Hello Carole,
The mold heater and module have both probably failed. The best fix for this is replacing the ice maker assembly4317943.
My model is not listed for this ice maker. What replacement ice maker do I use?
Answer Gen, according to your model number the replacement icemaker is part number 4317943. Thanks!
I installed a new ice maker. That went pretty easy: three screws and a wiring harness. I changed the water filter and purged the line for five minutes. Still no ice. Now what?
Answer Hello Martin,
If the unit never filled with water, I would change the water inlet valve W10408179. I would try forcing a cycle and see if it fills with water. (Force a cycle by using an insulated piece of wire to jump the 120Vac from T to H). If it does, you should take the freezer temperature to make sure the unit is achieving temperatures. The freezer should run between 0° and 10°F without dropping below 0°F. If it doesn't fill with water, the water inlet valve has failed or the fill tube is frozen up. If the fill tube is frozen up, the water inlet valve replacement will cure this issue. You will still have to thaw the fill tube out with a hair dryer.
I'm trying to fix this ice maker. Guess I will order another icemaker, part # AP4360346. I need to know if control module is included with part?
Answer Hello Martin! Yes, the icemaker assembly W10190965 includes the control module. However, it does not include the bail arm or cover these items must be used from the current icemaker. Thanks!
Is this item a 115V unit? Does it include everything but the front cover i.e., motor,controller, etc.?
Answer Jim, yes the icemaker W10190965 is 115v. This is the icemaker only, equipped with the motor and controller, no front cover or bail arm. You must use the parts off the old icemaker. Thanks!
Icemaker just quit working. Should I order a new one or something to check? Water is on. Thanks
Answer Hello Ed. You will need to cycle the icemaker and test for power to the water valve and see if there is any power there when the icemaker cycles. It will only be there for a few seconds during the cycle. If there is power there, and the fill tube is not frozen, and no water comes in, replace the water valve. 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