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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to see that you do have water to the water valve on the fridge. You can disconnect right where the water line goes into the valve on the fridge. Next, if you can, check power at the valve while activating the water dispenser. If you have power at the valve when activating then the water valve is bad. Let me know what you find.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
If you don't get water at the valve and it has power it is likely clogged. Take it apart and find most likely a part where the rubber has softened and clogged a hole that is supposed to open up when the valve is triggered. On mine it was at the bottom of a little metal pole that the rubber was bad. Clear the clogged hole and replace the bad seal and you should now have water.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Hi: Usually if the ice maker malfunctions that bad it will keep running and flood bad. If your defrost drain is plugged it will puddle water. Without knowing how much water you see it is tough for me to say precisely. Does the ice bin have a big block of solid ice or cubes? If cubes I would guess it is the defrost drain at the bottom of the fridge. If the drain is clogged the water wont get to the pan to evaporate. If the defrost water has nowhere to go it will puddle. This would produce more water on the floor in a humid area than a desert like I live in. If so look at the bottom of the freezer in the back below the metal panel. Usually there are slots above it. There will be a hole at the bottom of a shallow rectangular funnel. Turn off the fridge and put your food in a cooler. Pour some warm clorox water in the hole, a fairly strong solution. It should eat out the mold that grows in the base of this non refrigerated line. If something like a frozen pea got in the line you might have to use a pipe cleaner to snake it out. Good luck with this, Jeff
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Access will be from the rear at bottom. Pump found at Sears website at this link. Love those helpful service people !! link is long, but it works. i used copy and paste http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/getSubComp.pd?modelNumber=10689482995&productCategoryId=0164160&brandId=0582&modelName=AUTOMATIC-ICE-MAKER&diagramPageId=00003&componentDescription=PUMP&documentId=P0306093&backToLink=Return to Sub Components list
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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