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Icemaker

Part Number: AP5324911
MFG Part Number: W10377151
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10377151 (AP5324911) replaces 2118175, AH3503096, EA3503096, PS3503096.

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Ice maker not working Martin C. • Royal Palm Beach, FL • June 12, 2014

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No ice Ronald S. • Woodbridge, VA • July 22, 2014
Appliance: Whirlpool Refrigerator GI6FARXXB06

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Whirlpool refrigerator ice maker not working Grace H. • Russiaville, IN • August 04, 2014

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The whirlpool Model GZ25FSRXYY2 ice maker stopped producing ice cubes, I replaced the water valve inlet " that by the way - is shown in the "Ice maker schematic" that is provide here but is located in the back and bottom of the refrigerator and not as suggested behind the ice maker. The ice cubes now are smaller and water seems to drip from the water dispenser causing ice build up in back of ice tray, my question is .. how do I adjust the size of the cube and will it stop the water drip?,,yes the water has adequate pressure as it worked before the ice maker went bad and yes I replaced the water filter and no kinked water lines,oh by the way this refrigerator is 1 year old just past the warranty to run out , any help wold be apreciated

Jerry for Model Number GZ25FSRXYY2

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Is this the entire ice maker for Whirlpool model gz25fsrxyy2? The only part that I really need is the brass circuit panel that is used to provide power to the heating element, but I can't seem to find just that part and the motor assembly appears to cost more then this entire unit.

Doug for Model Number gz25fsrxyy2

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I was not able to find information anywhere, not with you, not with RepairClinic, not on YouTube, not with Maytag, etc., on how to remove my icemaker so that it could be serviced. I finally figured it out on my own, but am wondering if I did it properly. When pulling it out and pushing it back in, it has to be forced past the tip of the water inlet hose that extends down from the top of the refrigerator. This hose is exposed on the top of the exterior of the refrigerator and I'm wondering if that is supposed, somehow, to be pulled up a quarter of an inch so that the icemaker doesn't have to be forced past it. I have not been able to find any information anywhere.

Ian F for Model Number MFX2570AEM0

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Hello, looking for a little help in diagnosing the ice maker on my unit. I put it in test mode and was able to confirm that the unit was communicating with the main board. Used a jump wire and was able to get the unit to fill up but it will not dump the ice. I think the unit is bad. Is there any more tests I need to complete or should I just replace the ice maker

Nick for Model Number MFI2665XB6

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I have a Whirlpool refrigerator that is only two years old. The ice maker was overfilling and causing my ice bucket to accumulate ice on the bottom. I replaced the ice maker and inlet valve and no water gets to the ice maker. The water in the door works fine. I poured some water into the ice maker and it cycled through and ejected the ice out. I took out the ice maker and held a blow drying at the fill tube for a few minutes and no water dripped out. Is there another piece that is left that I missed that shuts off the ice maker water supply?

Leo for Model Number G16FDRXXX07

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How do I get the ice maker back in under the water line ?

Jennifer for Model Number w10377151

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