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Computer in door is making a loud popping noise,all controls are flashing thier lights

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  • pattiburk Mar 20, 2008

    Hi

    Thank you the model number is 12568AES and the serial number is 10982768JC. I will get sombody in to repalce the board,but if you could send me one that would be great.I leave in a very rural area of Montana and is difficult to get good help to do these jobs

  • pattiburk Mar 20, 2008

    HI Never mind ordering this board,I have contacted a guy who will get the board for me and install. Thanks for your help

  • mkehler May 25, 2008

    I am having the same issue with my fridge. Kenmore Elite - Bottom Freezer - Model 77532.

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Assuming this is a maytag ice and water dispensing 3 door refrig correct???? you need an new high voltage board located o back wall of your unit, without model i cannot look up for you. Happy to if you supply model. its easily replaced, but needs to be programmed to work, instructions come in kit but can be a little tricky to follow the first it me, go slow and youll get it.

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