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Wiring diagram to kenmore to IMBD03-011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE refrigerator wiring diagram
Icemaker must be at 28 degrees to make ice. The harness supplying the power should have 120 volts there at all times, and the icemaker itself is the device that switches the power off and on once all requirements are met. Your diagram for the fridge is on the rear service panel, or in a packet on the insisde rear..accordianman
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
SOURCE: kenmore icemaker does not work
Hand drawn of the GE # WR30X1009 found in 10-12 yr old Kenmore/sears/GE side by side refers. Couldn't find one ANYWHERE so forgive the hand drawn. Mine would not eject ice, intermintant. Bad microswitch on the on/off/vacation mode between the normally open side.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
the defrosting control is a part of the ice maker. If you don't care about appearances, you can wire around it.
First, you have to buy a 8 hour 20 minute Whirlpool defrost timer.
Any sharp appliance parts house counter guy will know what you need. It comes with one of the clock wires un-attached.
As well, you will need 4 insulated 1/4" female spade connectors.
Buy spares to be safe.
Cut the cord from the old ice maker at the ice maker.
There will be 5 main wires and a green ground wire.
Strip about 1" of the green wire's insulation.
There will be 5 wires left. red-orange-black-pink-brown.
Tape the brown wire back it will not be used.
strip back approx. 1/4" of the remaining wires. crimp a spade connector to each of the 4 remaining wires.
The terminals will look like this.... | | | | on the timer.
Notice the space between the first terminal and the second, compared to the rest.
We will call the terminals on the timer from left to right, 1,2,3,and 4 even though the timer will say differently.
Connect the loose wire on the timer to terminal 4.
Plug the red to #1, Orange to #2, black to #3, and pink to #4.
Plug into machine, and run to test. If O.K. then........
Using high quality electrical tape, tape everything exposed well.
Mount the timer to the wall using one of the left over holes from removing ice maker.
Drill a tiny hole, close to that area, and using a good self tapping screw, attach the green grounding wire. Detail your work as necessary.
It's ugly, but it works. Actually, I install the timer inside the case after gutting the works. If you want to try that, DO NOT cut the cord, as explained at the beginning.
Note: Some supply houses may still sell the adapter, already made up. You can check. In either case, you must have a timer in the circuit for defrosting.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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