Have a kitchenaid side by side with water and ice in the door. that entire fixture is inop- no light, no water, no ice dispensing. Ice maker works fine. Is this a solenoid problem or the circuit board? Where is the circuit board?
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Re: door front water and ice inop
The bord is usually where the switch's are in front. There behind the push buttons. I would make sure your getting power to the bord and go from there. If you do have power there replace the bord. If not you will need to locate the tech sheet for the wireing diagram and trace the circut for the dispensor. Good luck
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KitchenAid KSGR25FTSSOO side by side one day just quit making ice. We have blown out the lines and replaced the filter. The red light does blick when we open the door. The water despenser as a flow of water that is real slow. How and what do we do next?
First I would check for obstructions in the line from the water inlet valve to the tray assembly. If thats good check the valve it self. This is a double valve, it supplies water to the door and it supplies water to the ice maker. Check and compare both coils. They should be around 300 Ohms. If not, replace it. Try Partselect.com
I have the same problem, if you take off the cover at the bottom of the unit on the left side you will find 6 wires inside a plastic braid, my guess is that you will find some or all of the wires broken, this is due to poor design. they break by simply opening and closing the door. I have contacted kitchenaid and their response is more or less "tough luck". You may have to replace the entire freezer door, good luck
I had the same problem and had to have the entire door replaced. I thought it was a random thing since sometimes it would just start working again, but finally it just stopped for good. The wires that are below the door on the left hand side (you can see them better when the lower front piece is removed) were severed and they can't be put back together without replacing the door. My repair guy (the refrig. was still under warranty) told me it was a design or installation defect and that he has seen it time and again. Evidently, when they install the wiring, they don't leave enough room to stuff the wires out of the way of the closing door and eventually, it severs them over time.
FROM WHAT YOU SAYING LG HAS MADE YOU DO A SELF TEST ON THE ICE MAKER AND ITS WORKING FINE.YOU NEED TO CHECK THAT YOUR SECOND WATER VALVE AT THE BACK BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER IS WORKING OK THAT MIGHT BE YOUR PROBLEM.GOODLUCK/ MOHAMED
possible bad switch, but that would only control onr of the features, sounds like your have an power supply issue to the entire door assy , check the incoming waire s eiterh on top or bottom of door hinge, look for broken/unplugged wire harness
i would look to the wire harness under hinge(its hidden in a plastic webbing), 7 or 8 wires running through hinge creating a pinch point and shearing wire(s), only solution offered by kit aid is door replacement (harness not available, molded into door) but at close to $700 for a new door, some well placed solder mends to the connections will work quite well( wire nuts to big)