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Kenmore mod. 59672822200 ice

Kenmore mod. 59672822200 ice maker not working. doesnt appear to be power at icemaker molex connector, any ideas, no schematic, thanks Victor

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You should at least have power to ice maker. be sure to check while depressing the light switch assy. some ice amkers are wired through door light switch.after that there should be awire guid. tech sheet under the kickplate to guide you along if needed

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The first step you need to do is to turn the water off to the refrigerator so it quits making until you get it fixed.
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