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Ice not ejecting led flashing

Icemaker led flashing. ice in tray. not ejecting.

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  • askthebrideg May 28, 2009

    it's kenmore side by side. Ice in the tray not ejecting. LED flashed red.

  • askthebrideg May 28, 2009

    Thanks, i'll check it out. It seems to be the mechanical problem you described.

  • Collegeless May 11, 2010

    What kind of fridge? Is icebucket in the door. More than likely its the module on the icemaker if its a Whirlpool or a Kenmore side by side

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Open the freezer door look at flashing led. Now on the left side is a flapper push that in with your hand be sure to keep your hand out of the way of the hole . where the led is now should be solid red. If it isnt then you need new optics. If it is then open the flapper in front of the icemaker at the top of the freezer. You should see the icemaker running width wise in the freezer. You may need a step stool for this next step. The icemaker should have what i call teeth pointing upwards at a 45 degree angle towards you. If these teeth are pointing down in the ice then you need a new module. which is behind the white cover of the icemaker on the left.. Hopefully this helps. Usually the gear head is broken on the module but of course you will have to remove it to find out. Happy hunting

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