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I have a whirlpool refrigerator GI5FSAXVY02. The water button won't light but when pushed it makes the it makes the filter replace light and cooling light come on? It dispenses ice but no water.

Sounds like a short circuit either in the dispenser keyboard, wiring where a wire connector and where the wiring comes out of door. Do you have an OHM meter? W10162500 Low Voltage Dispenser Control Board and the W10315980 Keyboard Overlay
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Mar 13, 2014 | Whirlpool GI5FSAXVY Stainless Steel ...

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I have a LG French Door Refrigerator model LFC25775, appliance is only 2 months old recently when I open the freezer door which is on the bottom the inside light might or may not turn on, I can shut the...

Hi pwitch00,

The light is triggered by a door switch. It would be situated on the fridge itself, underneath the covers protecting it.

You could track the wires leading to it, for any shorts or loose wiring. Fix these.

If it does not work, you may need a new switch (sometimes the switch works intermittently)

I hope this has helped you.

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Aug 01, 2011 | LG Refrigerators

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It's a Kenmore Model 106-56712500 , can't shut off alarm after changing filter, and now won't make ice or dispense water! How do I do a proper re-set code?

The 106.xxxxoooo Models are made by Whirlpool.
  • Whirlpool and KitchenAid - press the light switch 5 times within 10 seconds.
  • NOTE: If the fridge has a filter button, press and hold it for 5-10 seconds.

  • Changing the water filter should not cause the water and ice in door to not work. The actual freezer door switch will cause this problem. When the door is open ice and water in door are disabled. The door switch is a 3 contact switch. One contact is common, one turns the light on / off and one disables / enables ice and water in door. Manually depressing the door switch in the door fold hinge area should enable the water in door function. Do NOT test the ice function. If after you depress the light / door switch the light does not go out and the water in door does not work then the door switch has failed. The door switch is released from the cabinet by sliding either a putty knife or a knife blade along one side to unlock the locking tab. If the switch only has 2 terminals you have removed the wrong door switch. Check the other door.

    If your refrigerator has the wiring harness on the bottom of the door hinge there is the possibility that during the water filter change the connection of the door wiring connectors was loosened or broken. Just check to make sure that there is not a harness on the bottom of the door hinge. If there is a harness on the bottom of the door hinge make sure the connectors are connected.

    If you need more assistance just respond here and I will gladly help you.

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    Jan 11, 2011 | Kenmore Refrigerators

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    No water or ice through the door, but still makes ice. All other controls work.

    Check the switch on the door that is pressed when you want ice or water. Is it safe to assume ice and water are dispensed using the same 'button' for both? I have seen on some models that the switch is activated whenever you push a glass/cup against a 'soft' pliable area. If it were my problem, being the do-it-yourselfer that I am, I would find the wiring harness connection point for at portion of the door, remove the connector and touch a jumper to the connector wires to see if the switch is bad. A switch works by closing (shorting) two contacts together and the typical door switch, in this case, is a momentary closure switch.

    Feb 22, 2010 | Maytag MFI2568AES Stainless Steel Bottom...

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    The wires feed from the dispenser switches down through the door and out the hinge. They can only be pulled one direction or the other and have to be disconnected from the components or the plug assembly to fit through. Eric

    Aug 10, 2009 | Refrigerators

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    Ice dispenser and water dispenser not working, also dispenser light not working ice and water dispenser won't work, light won't work

    ouch!!!, heres what i wouldlook for, foirst off remove the lower kickplate, from ther youll see a wire harness leading from the bottom of the door leading to a multi plug right in the front of machine, unplug this. from there i would want to check the individual wires coming from the door. a natural pinch point is created from opening and closing the door and results in ripping of the wires.. youll need to cut the spider like harness covering they use to protect wires, im thinkn a few of those wires are definalty sheared..bad part is the only fix for this as perwhirlpool ios replace teh door( $500+) if this is the case, yhou cannot wire nut the connections( not enought room, you can solderthewires or i have had some sucesse in using what they call "**** connectors" to reattach.. just leave the harness unplugged till rectified( dont want to "short " anythin out

    Mar 09, 2009 | KitchenAid KSCS25FKSS Side by Side...

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    Will not dispense water or ice

    Check for broken or frayed wires at the bottom of the freezer door.

    There is a wire harness that is routed around the bottom of the freezer door right by the hinge.

    After many opening/closings of the freezer door, these wires tend to break or fray and short or open.

    Aug 22, 2008 | KitchenAid KSCS25FKSS Side by Side...

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    In door controls not working

    You asked the right person!

    The easiest way (a bit tricky) is to go purchase some heat-shrink tubing (if you have a way to melt the tubing) that is made for the gauge of your wires. find some extra wire of the same gauge for better clearance. Remove the end caps you used (you will need some solder and a soldering iron--very easy to learn with a bit of practice and inexpensive too). Slide the heat-shrink tubing over one end of the non-connected wire. With a bit of solder and a hot soldering iron, repair the connection. Slide the heat-shrink tubing over the connection and heat (if you don't have a hot hair dryer or other heater to melt the heat-shrink, simply patch lightly with electrical tape).

    If you don't have enough clearance for electrical tape, use hot glue over the connections (it works very well, is water-proof, and more common) so you don't get a short, then wrap with only one layer of black electrical tape and tuck away.

    Mar 29, 2008 | KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS...

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    Short in freezer?


    Feb 25, 2008 | KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS...

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    No water in door

    no there is not a valve there.i've recently been running into this problem.what happened is when they make the door,the outer and inner is laid flat.then from the bottom,tubes are inserted into the bottom and expanding foam is shot from the top to the bottom.sometimes a cap is installed after to make it look good.the problem is when they miss a spot it can make that line freeze solid in the door and you will never get it to your glass.try defrosting the fridge for 24 hours(unplug it and open the doors).if you can get water out then and then it stops again,the only solution is to replace the door

    Jan 14, 2008 | Frigidaire FRS23H5AS Side by Side...

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