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Ice Mold

Part Number: AP4365074
MFG Part Number: W10190929
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 W10190929 (AP4365074) replaces W10122527, 628228, 14211407, 1471721, 2255835, 627815, 627997, 628189, 628315, AH2341894, EA2341894, PS2341894.

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Ice forming in the ice cube bin Bill J. • Scottsdale, AZ • December 13, 2014
Appliance: Whirlpool Refrigerator ED22PWXBW01

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The icemaker ice mold coating was flaking off Justin A. • Buda, TX • September 19, 2014

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How to Replace Ice Mold #W10190929

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Ice Mold #W10190929. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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hello, ice does not break the mold and the mold coating is in very poor condition. Should I replace only the mold or other parts? thank you for your help.

Gilles for Model Number KitchenAid KSRA25CNSS01 Serial Nb ST1251125

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Does the ice mold part come with the Alumilastic sealant? I hate to spend $26 for something I only need a tiny amount of, or can I buy a smaller size tube?

Tom for Model Number GT1SHTXMT01

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My KitchenAid Refrigerator stopped dispensing ice cubes, the cubes are in the ice basket but will not come thru the door. It will only dispense crushed ice. The repairman told us that it can no longer be repaired, he said the part in discontinued. He mentioned some type of board? This Appliance is not that old, we put in old new KitchenAid appliances 4 years ago when we remodeled the kitchen. I have used Whirlpool appliances all our life and have never ran into this problem. We have always been able to get a replacement part to repair our appliances. Can you advice me on this, or tell me which part to order to repair this?

Beverlyn J. for Model Number KSRG25FVMS06

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One of the mold connections is broken/burned through. Could the thermostat be the cause? No ice right now. Is there an entire icemaker assembly for my model rather than buy pieces?

George E. for Model Number GDSHAXKT02

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Our ice maker is making ice, but also leaking water, causing ice sickles from the unit. It looks like the drip tray is ice as well. We took the ice maker out and the mold is in bad shape. I'm not sure if we should replace the whole assembly or the mold only.

Jennifer for Model Number whirlpool conquest GS6SHAXLL03

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The heating element in my ice maker has detached from the bottom of the mold and has been melting my ice catcher tray. I know I need to replace the mold (Whirlpool AP4365074), since it and the heating element are a single unit, but I'm worried about a root cause - possibly faulty thermostat causing the element to overheat and detach? Do you know what the temperature cutoff is on the cycling thermostat (Whirlpool AP3135377) so that I can determine if it's shutting off correctly? Can you suggest another reason why the heating element might have detached from the ice mold that I could track down?

Phil for Model Number Whirlpool ET21CMXJW01

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