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icemaker in Kenmore coldspot 106.9535781


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#1 CTRATH

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Posted 10 November 2005 - 05:50 PM

After my ice maker cycles, it puts the shut off arm in the full or off position. When I lower the shut off arm, the maker cycles and returns to the off position. Before this started happening, after I had just replaced the module, I found the bin overflowing with ice and no shut off arm to be found. I later found the arm on the bottom of the bin in a somewhat mangled state. I bent it back as best I could and reinserted it into the module. At this point is when the phenomena I first described began to occur. Please help!

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Posted 10 November 2005 - 06:01 PM

Kenmore coldspot 106.9535781  I would order a new on/off arm and make sure it is inserted into the on/off switch lever holder correctly....Since you have replaced the module, it should not be damaged....
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