Question about Refrigerators
The in-door ice dispenser will not deliver whole ice cubes, regardless of my selection for crushed or whole. when selecting whole, it delivers crushed, but there is a loud buzz when actuating the mechanism and crushed is delivered.
I think it may be the solenoid that actuates the rod-arm that moves the crush blades in and out of position. With door open, I held the door switch down and tried to dispense whole cubes. I could see that the lever/ rod-arm was not being pushed up by a plastic foot that should do so to change from crushed to whole. what say you? can I buy that part? if so where?
I have purchased a whirlpool refrigerator on dt.05.11.2006 from M/S.Ganesh Enterprises, Angul bearing Invoice No. 335. last few days the main door of the refrigerator is not working properly. A part is broken from the door(clamp). Inspite of repeated contact and reminder the dealer have not taken any action till today and telling that the parts is not available.
I am very much dissatisfied with the service of the dealer. Therefore I am request you Sir, kindly look into the matter and necessary action in this regard please be taken.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Oct 31, 2008 | Refrigerators
The motor is now located on the freezer door
in a foamed-in-place enclosure under the "dispenser
bubble" area of the inner door panel.
The motor is mounted to a plastic mounting
bracket, which, in turn, is mounted to the enclosure
with four mounting screws.
The motor operates on 115 volts DC (115 volts
AC is delivered to the motor, where it is converted
within the motor assembly to DC). This
gives the motor a higher RPM than the earlier
dispenser motors, and results in a faster ice
delivery rate in both the cubed and crushed
Crushed ice is delivered by turning the motor
in a clockwise direction, and cubed ice is delivered
when the motor turns in a counterclockwise
See pages 36 - 40 (starts on printed page 5-12) for checking the motor and the switch pack.
This will deterime what has failed.
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