Question about Refrigerators
Thanks, the ice maker makes crushed on cube setting. I took the front off and saw wires, is there a part # to order please?
There is a metal rod on the ice bucket that fits into a solenoid at the back. Pull out the bucket and make sure the solenoid is pulled down. Put the bucket back in and see if cubes work. If not then replace the solenoid. You can get it at http://www3.sears.com/. Part # WR62X58 and cost is $29.27. You should hear a loud click if the solenoid is working. If your able to check to see if you have voltage to that solenoid when activating the ice dispenser.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
I cannot believe this worked, the lever was in the correct position, I just checked it and put the bin back in place. I have cubes! I was sure this was a faulty control module (selector switch on front of Fridge). Thanks
Posted on Oct 27, 2007
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