Question about KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS Side by Side Refrigerator
I followed the repair instructions you gave chrisp (posted by chrisp on Apr 30, 2007) but stopped once I got to the part "Get yourself a piece of insulated wire about 4 inches long...Place the jumber wire in T & H...plug the refer back in." What exactly am I doing and is there any chance I could damage the machines electrical system? When I plugged the fridge back in the module started working, the ejector blade rotated and the tray filled with water but 24 hrs. later and no new ice and the module doesn't appear to be working. So if you convince me to use the jumper wire and the ice maker still doesn't work does that mean the whole unit needs to be replaced or just the module?
Your ice-maker only operates when the temperature in the freezer gets to -17 degrees. There is a thermostat built into the ice maker that makes this possible. All you are doing with the jumper is bypassing the thermostat. If ice-maker still does not operate then you may have to replace the ice-maker.
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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