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Kenmore Icemaker does not usually cycle into dump position.

It will cycle a dump sometimes, but does not most of the time. Usually have to manually cycle the dump by flipping the metal bail on the side down all the way against the plastic body. Fills with water fine after a dump, but usually, after filling, it does not trip the metal bail on the side down far enough like it should so that it will trigger the next dump cycle.

It's a Kenmore Mod. 106.77992791 refrigerator. Serial EH 2513967. MFG. 6-'98.

The Ice maker is an IM #S 106 626636. LR 5010. MFG 5-12-'98.

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replace the icemaker fill switch in the icemaker its self its a micro switch behind the gold panel on the front of the icemaker

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SOURCE: Ice maker water tube keeps freezing

u can replace the plAstic one with a copper one

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SOURCE: Trouble with ice-maker

Either the inlet valve is stuck or the icemaker solenoid is shored.

Most likely the second one.


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Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: My Kenmore S106 626636 Ice Maker is not producding ice.

You probably have the back side of the I/M hitting the fill tube and pushing the white cup at the end of the I/M in some, which would put pressure on the arm and not let the arm fall down free during a cycle.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Refrigerator icemaker won't work and refrigerator fills with wate

check your fill tube you might have an ice build up on the end
the fill tube is where the water dumps into the ice machine

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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