Wanting to reduce the size of my ice cubes......
Answer Hello Dan. There is an adjustment screw on the side of the icemaker head for small or larger cubes. Remember, turn it very little until you see the size you want. If you move it to much, you can damage the icemaker.
I need a video or instructions on how to remove the ice assembly in my Whirlpool gold side by side.
Answer Hello John,
If you look under the part you were viewing W10190981 you will see that there is a video on changing the icemaker. While this one is not in the bottom of a bottom mount refrigerator, it still mounts to the wall the same way and the electrical connector still plugs in the same way. This video should give you the knowledge needed to change out the icemaker.
How do I remove the ice maker? It froze and I broke it getting the ice out. There is a small tab on the lower left that loosens it but it still doesn't slide out
Answer Matt, First thing, unplug the power cord or remove power to the refrigerator, Then remove the ice cube container/bin from the compartment. In the left hand side wall of the ice maker / bin compartment you'll see the removable wire harness cover, that extends from the front of the compartment, back to the rear wall 67006350 . use a car or house key, insert it into the small rectangular opening and press down on the hidden locking tab and slide the panel forward a 1/4 to 3/8 of an inch, to dingage the tabs holding the panel to the wall. once the panel is removed, press down on the tab on the front left corner of the icemaker assembly and slide the whole assembly out of the compartment, then disconnect the wiring harness. Thanks and Good Luck
Can ice maker be forced to cycle and if so how?
Answer Hello Roger. Here is a link to our Repair Forum, this is a free service to our customers. Use this link to access the repair for your question. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/refrigerator-freezer-repair/12038-whirlpool-ice-maker-does-not-make-ice.html