The selector panel was replaced
the lights do not come on the plug is connected at the top of fridge
i dont have a schmetic for the plug is it 24v or 110 at the panel?
is there a fuze? the wires dont seen to be broken the fridge is in a part time home so the door has not been used that much
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Re: no power to ice /water in door
Ther may be a fuse on the control board that is for powering up the display. look where the main power comes into the refrigerator and near by there should be a circuit board that is the brains of the unit andf on the board there should be a fuse.
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On top of the fridge underneath the plastic cover for the door hinge probably on the door with the water/ice dispenser should be a wiring harness. This runs the ice dispenser and water. There should be a wiring harness plug there. Try unplugging it and reconnecting. This may be the cause since you said it's intermittent and with opening and closing the door it may be causing the plug to ever so slightly move around and loose electrical connection.
check for power at the display if power is present then you need a new interface (display) if no power is there then you need a new mother board located on the back of the unit square panel..mother board part#- WR55X10942--interface (display)-part#WR55X10390
Check the top of the fridge. The hinge on the left where the door is there should be a wire harness on the top, but on this fridge it might be at the bottom. Inspect all the wires to see physical damage of sorts. Then if you can, tug on them while someone holds the dispenser. You might need a whole new door if it's not the Mainboard.
Did you check the wiring at the top of the freezer door below the hinge cover? Possibly this is the problem. Or if the wires are connected you may have a supply voltage issue at the main board located at the back of the fridge. Good luck!
I had the same problem. The cause is the digital display is not communicating with the motherboard. What had happened in my case is the plug connection between the door's digital display and the motherboard had become unplugged. The wire running from the motherboard runs below the fridge, and connects via plug located along the bottom of the fridge below the freezer door, connecting to the wire running from the display to the bottom of the freezer door. I just reconnected it and that reset the display. Glad for it too, I thought I needed a new $130 motherboard! Hope this helped!
Almost all ice makers have a plug on them and the fridge has a corresponding plug. If you cannot find the plug in the Fridge - look in the area of the ice maker for a plastic plug in the wall of the fridge. If you've added this to the fridge after the fact then you may need to fish out the plug from the wall of the fridge.
Does water in door dispenser taste bad? If not, Try arm and hammer fridge deoderizer. It will help to absorb fridge odors which may be clinging to water molecules in ice maker tray. Ice maker tray is open to freezer area.Water is very medium to infiltrate with odors. Try this first
This sounds like the Maytag bottom mount that has a High Voltage Control Board problem. Does this have the freezer/fridge temp. display/controls on the left hand fridge door? Whats the model number and on the manufacture tag does it something on it like Code:0304 maybe? Let me know I may have an answer I do work on these for a living.