Question about KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS Side by Side Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Trace the water supply line looking for kinks behind the fridge, also check the water supply valve and make sure water flows when disconnected from the unit.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
SOURCE: icemaker not making ice
Hi reach up and feel inside the ice tray where the ice is made. If you feel some ice then the ice maker is bad and should be replaced. If you feel in the tray and it is empty then either the water line is blocked or the valve is bad.
The way to determine which is to pull the unit out and remove the lower panel at the back. Trace the water line for the ice maker to the valve, remove the water line from the valve and blow through it. If you are able to blow through the line the valve is bad, if not able to blow through the line there is a blockage. Trace the blockage in the waterline from the valve up to the ice maker and thaw the ice blockage with a hairdryer.
If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. Mike
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
You have an emitter and receiver in the freezer section...Actually when you slide the lever on the right side in the middle of the freezer section, you break the beam...and it is suppose to stop the ice maker from harvesting ice anymore. If this shut off device fails, it can fail in the on position and continue to make ice. Replace this assemlby sold in a kit and you will be fine. In the mean time, if you can remove the ice maker head and unplug it, that will stop the ice until you can replace the emitter and receiver assembly. You can also shut the water off but the ice maker will continue to operate, just not dispense ice. If extending and waiting on this repair you should disconnect the ice maker.....
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: Ice maker stopped making ice.
Ok open your freezer door and observe the flashing red light now push the flapper inwards keeping your finger and hand out of the way of the infa-red sensors you should observe the light it should not flash but glow steady if it does not a fairly simple attempt would be remove the 3 screws on that assembly pulling it away from its location and unplug the harness, now go to the other side and remove those screws and unplug the harness reassemble both sensors and screw back into place push the flapper back in is the red light steady? No then you will need a infa-reds sensor kit I believe they are now well over 100.00. I do hope clearing the pcb on the sensor by unplugging the harness works but if not you now know how to replace the infa-red sensor.........And if the light is working steady and no ice is in the imkr then fill with water and off you go....
Posted on May 14, 2011
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