Question about KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS Side by Side Refrigerator
Ice is being made and crushed, but "door" on dispenser seems to be worn out or not in place preventing ice from dispensing into glass. How do you replace or remove "door" up inside dispenser to fix?
This happened to me this week. I removed the cover as you suggested. After sliding it up you must disconnect the ribbon cable to the buttons, which involves depressing a locking tab. I then noticed one of the two plastic mounting points for hinges for the ice chute door flap (part of the black plastic frame) was cracked. I repaired this (the part was still hanging by a thread of plastic) using two part 5 min epoxy resin. Note disc-like damper which must be inserted into the cylinder when reattaching the door flap and attaches to an arm that connects to the door flap near the hinge. I'll let the epoxy set overnight before attempting reassembly...
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
Cant bring up your model # but most of the time there is a plastic frame around the dispeser that pops or snaps in.. revealing the screws behind .. need something thin and do some gentel prying to see how it comes off
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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I see this a lot with people who mainly used crushed ice. It will leave small pieces of ice behind and add up to a clogged situation. If you mainly used crushed ice you will need to run full cubes thru every so often to keep the chute clear. Another cause of this would be the flapper door on the dispenser doesn't close completely and warm air gets in and melts the ice in the bin so it clumps together and won't dispense. In this case you may need to replace the solenoid that shuts the door and/or the door. Let me know what you find.
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