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Similar problem KSRS25, Ice maker stopped working. Red light flashes, hold the little door on left and it stays on. When I hold the door, and turn the light off the red light goes out. Is that supposed to happen? Not sure if the timer is cycling? Any tests? Water dispensor works fine.

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  • clbbadger Oct 14, 2008

    I have a KSRS27CNSS. Ice maker stopped working. When this happened about a year ago the service tech came out and took out the icemaker and pushed up somewhere to reset the memory in the icemaker, but I don't recall where it was in the unit. We have short power outage blips, and he said this is what is causing the problem, which I cannot control. Can anyone tell me where the little reset button is?

    I watched him do it, and I thought I would remember, but I took out the icemaker unit and looked all around it, and didn't see the reset button that he reset with a slim long screwdriver. The water dispenser works fine, and the inner refrigerator is set on Zero Degrees.

  • kscomp0 May 11, 2010

    twins1,
    I purchased the KSRS25RS back in April and have found that this refrigerator makes an extremely annoying, almost alarm clock sound, for a good portion of the time that it is running. I am trying to find out if this sound is normal for this model. Would you say that your fridge makes that type of noise?


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If the noise from the bottom, probably you need Freon R-22

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