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Msd2454grq fountain solenoid hums very loudly when want cubed ice or crushed ice. changed solenoid and still very loud noise. almost like a short but not

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  • jlrasmussen Aug 05, 2010

    have had others with this problem and have good success with replacing with part #12001991 fountain kit. thank you for helping

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I wonder if the solenoid is being supplied with too much Voltage/Current? Please check the Voltage to this solenoid, and see if it is within spec, as this is typical of an overdriven solenoid.. ?
Another way to reduce the hum if it is all OK, is to mount the solenoid, with rubber washers under the mounting screws, this will reduce the Humm/Buzz, noticeably.
http://www.servicematters.com/maytag_library/docs/16010154.pdf
Above is your service and repair manual to assist you.

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