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check owners man.to make sure the dispenser is not on child lock.remove ice bin and try again to see if you hear auger motor run.if you hear motor,clean bin of all ice,also try turning motor fork at back of bin.should have resitance both ways and hear gears grinding.hope this helps.
The fan your referring to is the condensor fan. it should not be tight to turn. it should spin freely. if it is hard to turn, its probably stuck, which is why its not spinning. Remove grill, slide the nottom portiom out so you have access to fan, remove fan blade, and spraylubricant on fan motor (around the area that the screw that held blade). Remove hair, dirt, string, or anything else that might be prevrnting fan from spinning. sometimes its easier to burn it off. If fan still doesnt spin you may have to replace fan motor.r
1. is light on in side when you open the door. If not check breakers or fuses. 2. Can you hear the compressor running. If not do you hear any clicking sounds. 3. If you hear clicking sounds, try putting a fan on compressor and unplug refrigerator. 4. Wait one hour. 5. plug back in. If compressor starts let it run and see if it cools, if it doesnt, call service man. 6. If it goes back to clicking, call a service man. let me know if this works.
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If it doesn't spin or pump, it could be that
your pump is seized or something is stuck in it. The agitator is operated by a
different motor. Turn OFF the power. and remove the front vertical panel by
inserting a drywall knife in a the top right about 4" in from edge at the
joint 1" down from the top, push the clip back to release that corner, get
another knife and do the same to the left top corner, the pull the top of the
front panel and swing towards you, then lift off and remove. Discount the
two hoses to the pump, one from the drum the other that goes to the back.
Be ready for a considerable amount of water to come gushing out, use a hose to
direct to a floor drain. Check to see if something is stuck in the pump
or the hoses, remove it. Check to be sure the impeller spins. If
you found something restricting the flow or pump, remove it and re
assemble. If the impeller won't spin easily, then you need a new pump.
Remove blockage in the pump. Re-assemble and test.
that buzzing click in the back is the timer problem.the timer is trying to rotate but it is not able to rotate.as the spinning part of the timer which moves is got worn out or getting blocked by rust or dust.the cost of new timer is not more then $50.
its available at
Removing the agitator will not stop the grinding noise. Usually a bearing/gearbox problem going bad will create a howling grinding noise. You'll definitely hear it in the spin cycle. These are an expensive fix and require special technician tools to disassemble the unit. The gearbox is a sealed unit. Most manufacturers warranty their unit's gearbox for 5 years regardless the warranty you got when you purchased the unit, so check into this before you void your warranty. (The manufacturer requires their factory authorized service technicians to do the replacement) All in all if you do the work yourself it'll be approx $250 for the parts and gearbox transmission. To have the work done is usually much more.