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Icemaker won´t work

I have been trying to fix the icemaker with no success, following the instruction sheet that was behind the kick plate.
finally I removed the icemaker, hooked a volt meter to the two bottom pins of the plug that connect to the icemaker and closed the door. I am not getting the110V.
Also I tried hooking the icemaker to 110 outside of the fridge and the motor works fine.
When I perform the Ice maker diagnostics procedure, I get to the step #7 (with T and H jumpered) but the icemaker won´t start. There is no voltage feeding the icemaker.
What else can I do?
I am living out of the US so it´s not easy to get spares. I need to fix it.
thanks.

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  • vvvzzz Mar 06, 2008

    i already tried that but there is no voltage going to the ice maker

  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2008

    I only have 45volts to the ice maker

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Remember you must press the button to simulate the door closing when jumpering T & H or it will not turn...

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If you got 110 volts to ice maker. try jumping out the T & H ( a small insulated copperwire) . this will cause the ice maker cycle, if this does nothing replace the ice maker.(entire assy cheaper then the parts). remeber you might have to shut the door switch to get the 110v. some machines run the power through light switch

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    Ron Coons Mar 07, 2008

    where you got the ice maker tech sheet should also be the main tech sheet with a wire diagram. you would need to trace out the wire leading to the harness. power to that harness should always be present

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