I have a refrigerator model ED20DFXEW00. On the front of the freezer door, how do I get the trim off that is around the ice and water dispensers?
Answer Hello Richard,
Be sure the power is discontinued to the unit before beginning since there is 120Vac behind this panel. Remove the overflow grille and put one knee against the freezer door while pulling down and toward yourself on the bottom of the dispense cover. This will snap the bottom loose from the door face. The dispense cover will now lift off the upper retainer tabs. The only thing holding it to the door at this point will be the wiring.
I've been told to jumper between pin t and h on the ice maker circuit board. I did and got no response. What is the next test step.
When you put a jumper in between T and H and got no response from the icemaker would indicate that the icemaker motor has failed and the module would need to be replace. The module part number is W10190935.
The ice has a moldy smell and it tastes funny. Is there a filter that we can use with this model and does it already have a filter? If so where do we find it?
Answer Hello Lucy,
This unit has no water filter on board. You could add one before the water reaches the refrigerator between it and the home water supply. You will need to order an in-line water filter TJ60461N and a 1/4 inch water line 12 inch TJ9SSIM1.
There are 2 green wires with clips on each extending out of the ice maker wiring harness. One is 12 inches long, or the length of the ice maker, the other is 3 inches long. Please inform me where they attach to. Thank you.
Answer Hello Ed,
These are to ground the icemaker to the chassis of the unit to protect against electrical shock. The short one is normally clipped onto the evaporator cover and the long one clips to the evaporator mounting bracket.
Hello, Please help! I ordered this part, The first unit did not work and a second one was sent. It also does not work. The temp is 0 deg. f. and the water flow valve functions. What else? I checked the valve separately both sides of valve work fine. I did not use an Ohm Meter, The harness to the ice maker has 4 wires. 1 Pos 1 neutral 1 ground and 1 that runs to the water valve. I ran power from pos. to the valve using a jumper wire and water flowed freely to ice maker. ice maker was out and I jumped the harness in freezer. The ice maker seems to cycle but is not turning valve on. What else could be the problem?
You will want to verify that the icemaker is cycling and also verify that there is 120 vac coming from the icemaker to the valve. Using a multimeter, test from N to V on the icemaker motor for 120 vac If there is 120 vac then test at the water valve for 120 vac. If there is 120 vac at this point the valve is faulty. If the icemaker is not getting 120 vac between the N and V at about the 11:30 position of the fingers then there is an issue with the icemaker. If the icemaker is not cycling then you will want to test the fuse that is on the harness for continuity. If no continuity then the fuse is bad.