Question about Refrigerators
Replace selenoid valve today figuring it had calcium build up or that it was failing. It appears to NOT have been the problem. Still getting iceicles forming.
It sounds like maybe the Icemaker itself is leaking. under the white strippers on the side of the icemaker there is normally a silicon seal that prevents water from spilling out during fill, over time this seal erodes and needs to be reapplied or if the icemaker mold has coroded real bad you may need to replace the icemaker. food grade silicone grease is available thru whirlpool and the part number is 542638 you will have to take the stationary stripper off of the side of the icemaker and clean the surface between the mold and stripper then apply the grease in a lite film. if you have any further questions please ask thanks Peyton
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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