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KitchenAid side by side refridgerator: Making ice, but won't dispense ice, water nor the light comes on. Is there a fuse for the front panel?

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No the problem is from the main control assecmbly which is located on the top of the fridge.
The posibilities are first the solenoid and then board assembly.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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This product wastes a lot of ice cream in its mechanisms. I would not reccomend its use to anyone who believes in "waste not..."
Here are the instructions for any wasteroos who would still use this product:
Série IC200 Series
Arctic Twister™
Ice Cream Mixer
? U.S.A./Canada 1-800-231-9786
Mexico 01-800-847-2309
www.blackanddecker.com
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1. Insert the Twister firmly into the opening on the
Base (A).
2. Slide the Chute/Dispenser over the Twister along the runner
on the Base (B); it will click into place.
Note: Unit will not operate if Chute/Dispenser does not click
into place.
3. Hold the Lid with Ratchet Clip in one hand with the Handle
facing front. With one finger, push the Ratchet Clip on the Lid
forward. In other hand, hold the Plunger with smooth side
facing front, and from underside of Lid, insert Plunger into
Clip opening (C), pushing Plunger up until the Ratchet Clip
rests on top of the Plunger base.
4. Set aside the Lid with Plunger in place. Now you're ready to
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To Use the Ice Cream Mixer:
Assemble all ingredients before you begin to make your first
batch of twisty treats: Set out an ice cream scoop, the mix-ins
you plan to use, ice cream cones, cups or dessert dishes,
then bring out the ice cream.
For best results, use hardened ice cream, frozen yogurt,
sorbet or sherbet directly from the freezer.
You may want to rinse off the Lid, Plunger, Chute/Dispenser
and Twister before beginning new ice cream flavors or
mix-ins.
Always wash Lid, Plunger, Chute/Dispenser and Twister
between batches, if you have been using ice cream or mix-ins
containing peanuts, to prevent accidental peanut
consumption by those who may be allergic to them.
1. Plug the Cord into a standard 120V wall outlet.
2. Position a flat-bottom cone, dessert dish or cup under the
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3. Place 1 scoop of store-bought ice cream into the
Chute/Dispenser. Sprinkle in 1-2 tablespoons of the mix-ins
(see "About Mix-Ins"); add another scoop of ice cream, and
continue layering as above, ending with ice cream, until
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assembly instructions #3 above), onto Chute opening,
pressing down slightly and turning the Lid to the right to fit
into position, then to the left to lock it into place on the Chute.
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the Chute.
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