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Re: THE ICE DOOR PROBLEM
Budd, if you want to stop the flapping until service shows up to replace the high voltage board do the following: remove the drip tray, remove the 2 screws under the drip tray. From the bottom, where you removed the screws, pull out and up. The whole disp cover lifts off. Unplug the 2 harness going to the board on the dispenser. The refrigerator will still operate normally minus the dispenser. Catriver.
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If your talking about the ice dispenser freezing up, check that the doop flap is closing properly. Sometimes a plastic eyelet will break and the flap will sit ackward. They make a kit to fix that even though they say you have to buy the whole door.
yes,you need to pull the front panel on the ice maker off to get to the solinoid that opens and closes the flap,with the flap vranked open you are letting cold air out and warm air in and that makes frost,if you don't want to try and fix it your self put a cloth towel in the chute to block the air lose and call an honest local appliance repair person-mike
If the flap your mentioning is the one that opens and closes that is on the freezer door,than it needs to be replaced with the "Fountain Kit ".In this kit you will have the parts that control this problem.Replace ALL the parts that are in this kit with the parts off your old one.If installed correctly ,the problem is fixed.
Very common, this unit was mfg by samsung for ge and maytag. Its your hi voltage control board located on the back. You might call maytag and see if they will pick up the costs for this repair. There was recently a major rework kit for the samsung and ge units, but maytag opted not to follow the same. Call them and raise heck and let them know your food costs that spoiled and that your afraid to touch it because of the actions of this ele problem.. G luck
ther first refrig id have to see for better idea of problem but hte second with the flaps open and closing is going to need a high voltage board part num(12920710)---thats the part number i get wehn i look it up with the model MFI2568AEW. dont know where you got 12002608(that to is a h.v. board. which ever itssan easy enough repair to do yourself, its mounted on the rear of refrig and comes with programming instructions in the box