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1. Disconnect the unit from the electrical supply and wait for 3 to 4 hrs to get ice melted. 2. Pull out and unclip the drip tray on the ice and water dispenser compartment. 3. Remove the screws from the ice and water
dispenser compartment front panel and
turn it over. The selector switch pack and
dispenser switches are now accessible for
this is not a fun task but can be done first you have to remove the door then remove the ice dispenser from the door cover/levers etc... just a couple of screws. the on the bottom of the door in the tubing. Tape (electrical tape is best) a piece of wire clothes hanger inside the old tube and inside the new one then fish it thru the door this may take a few times and may require some one to help you but if the hole is over 2 inces from the door and you can cut it out they make a quick coupler to repair the tubing with just a knife and your fingers.try that and let me know how it goes bill
Hi, it sounds like you have a bad auger motor on your dispencer. If the button works for water, usually it will work for ice. It is also possible that you have a bad dispencer control board. If you would provide me your model # I could assist you further.
Texas, sounds like your water reservoir is frozen up. Remove your 2 cripser drawers, you will see the reservoir behind them. Take a hair dryer and go over the tank and tubing ends. See if the water starts flowing. I find a lot of frozen water reservoirs on these french door models. They have a insulation kit for them. Catriver.
Most likely it is the High Voltage Control board located in the unit compartment (take off the back cover where the water lines are) i have had lots of them failing and doing all kinds of odd things, so far it has been that computer. Part number 12002608