Question about Kenmore 57029 Side by Side Refrigerator
I have a kenmore refrigerator and the ice maker just stopped working. It is an older one with the ice maker in the actual freezer (not in the door like the newer ones). I checked the water and it is flowing into the fridge, but no ice. I touched the bottom of the ice maker and burnt myself (blistered) - extremely hot. I just unplugged the fridge and then disconnected the electrical connection from the fridge to the ice maker. Any ideas what would cause this? Should I just replace it?
If the ice ejector (the plastic part) is pointed down and not pointed between 10 and 3 o' clock the ice maker motor has failed or somethin is binding. Replacing the ice maker is probably the best bet.
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
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