Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
I have read some of the other threads and have shorted between holes H and T. With the ice thawed, this shortcut WILL cause the motor to go through its full cycle.
Thought I had it made. My thanks went out to the solution. NOW - 6 hours later there is ice in the trough but none has rejected. I again tried the shortcut but, alas and alack and sigh, the motor will NOT move.
Your thoughts will be appreciated before I replace the entire ice-maker assembly. Thanks in advance.
Did the ejector blades go around when you jumped it out? If they did not the the motor is probably gone and your going to have to replace the head of the ice maker or the whole ice maker. Check to see if home depot has a install kit for your brand. You'll probably pay less for the whole kit than the ice maker. But before you do turn the temperature down in the freezer.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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