Question about Kenmore 50522 / 50524 Side by Side Refrigerator
I didn't see a thread for older models, so I just picked a category. sorry.
Anyways, I've got this old SxS refridgerator, and the door pushes water just fine, but no ice. No water to the ice maker. I'm having trouble with the component on the bottom right (facing the back) of the fridge. Eaton FSP 2002182 is what is stamped on it; main water line goes in, 2 lines come out. One is full of water (water dispenser, I'm deducing) but the other is empty. I just tested 13.6 VDC power TO the little cylinder unit that the ice-maker line goes out from.
Thus, what is this component? A water pump? Are there 2 pumps? (Being 2 cylindrical things side by side) Do they go bad? It does not look like I can take this thing apart... I appreciate any and all help.
Ngafm at your service,
There are many variables to this problem and many parts you can blindly pay for attempting to tinker with this old technology!
How old is the SXS fridge you are having difficulty with?
I propose to you that most appliances and especially,
Refrigerators that are 10 years old or more are not worth investing good money into bad!
Due to the fact that the new ones are so much
more cost efficient to operate that they pay for them selves in ONLY a couple of years! The money you spend trying to fix it will come back and bite you in the next year or less when you have to start all over again with a new problem!
Better to cut your loses, and your electric bill, with the new one waiting for you to take home!
Please give me a good rating for my sound and truly honest advice before you sign off!
please let me know how you did on your endeavor!
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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