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    • Part Number: AP4363997
    • MFG Part Number: W10169511
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hello my whirlpool refrigerator ice dispenser quit working. I removed the ice bucket and pressed the light switch, and lever on door, to observe the ice dispenser motor. The motor seems to work fine, but the coupling spins loosely. I can turn it easily with my finger. Is this the problem? Do I need to replace the coupling?

Gary

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I am trying to replace the motor coupler. The old one does not have nut. Trying to take it off, it just spins round and round, not making it's way off. Suggestions?

Msl for Model Number ED2GBEXBBOO

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My refrigerator just started making a very loud noise. I turned the refrig off -- not sure what is the cause. Any ideas?

Rochele for Model Number ED5VHGXMB10

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Is there a fasterner or nut that goes on the end of the coupling? Ice maker stop dispensing.

Penny for Model Number 106.59129800

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My freezer is not dispensing ice. I can see the motor coupling turning when I take out the ice bin and press the ice dispenser. But the solenoid does not pull up to open the ice dispenser on the ice bin. Also if I put my finger on the motor coupling it wont move. It seems that there is very little power to turn the ice tray. Do I need to change the motor and the solenoid?

Notsohandy for Model Number ED5GVEXVD00

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I'm trying to remove the coupler as well. the coupler has left handed threads, right? meaning I would need to pull and turn the coupler clockwise to loosen it?

Jsy for Model Number ED5FHEXVS00

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The thread on the shaft and on the coupling are stripped. I cut the coupling off. Is the shaft replacible, or how do I get a new coupling to work?

Malcolm for Model Number ED5GVEXVD00

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This may be a stupid question but I have tried to pull on the coupler with the slipjoint pliers..I also tried to hold the screw with the slipjoint pliers and unscrew the coupler with my hand but STILL no luck. What am I doing wrong here? The coupler within the thread just moves freely. Please help

Newbie

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Thank you for answering my last question. What are channel lock pliers and where can I get them? Thanks

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My couple moves FREELY within that threaded screw...Do I remove just the coupler or the couple + threaded screw? Do I need to take apart the entire unit and then unscrew the coupler? My coupler moves freely and it won't come off..I tried pulling it..no luck..

Newbie for Model Number ED2FHEXVS00

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