should there be a resistance reading across the poles of this (if good) thermostat and if so what
Answer Glenn, No, there will not be a resistance reading if the thermostat is at room temperature. If you can take the thermostat and drop it in a glass of ice water for a few minutes , it has to reach a temperature of 14 degrees, then the circuit will "close" and have a resistance reading.
Please provide installation information for this part.
Answer Hello Anne. If you look on the parts page 627985, there is an instructional video to show how to replace the thermostat. Thanks.
My water dispenser keeps dripping water after getting water. A few months earlier the ice maker stopped making ice. Any ideas would be helpful.
Answer Hello Dave,
The water inlet valve is always the first suspect with the water dispenser dripping as long as the water pressure supplied to the unit is sufficient. If the water valve isn't the issue with the ice maker, the ice maker assembly will normally solve the issue. If you could post the complete model number or call us at 1-877-477-7278, we can assist you in locating the correct part for your model.