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Kitchenaid Bottom freezer kfcp22exmp4 & kbfs25ewms6 I/M arm


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#1 NCARepair

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Posted 24 July 2013 - 04:50 PM

Both of these units take a new style ice maker part #w10377152.  The wire arm is binding at the down position enough to keep from making ice. Has anybody run into this or is there a different arm to replace it? The images on the lookup are not correct for the models as far as the ice-maker breakdown but the part numbers for the ice-makers are correct. 



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Posted 24 July 2013 - 07:13 PM

I had a binding problem recently in a wp sxs. When i took the new unit out of the box, the bail arm fell in my truck. I discovered this while inside customer's house. No worries, I just used the bail arm off of the original icemaker. Well, I got a call back. Realized the arm was binding against the fill cup. So my question is... did the bail arm come with your new icemaker ?

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#3 NCARepair

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Posted 24 July 2013 - 07:38 PM

No I pulled it from the old one.  THe original install did not have the bail arm attached in the back. Just hanging from the switch slot. Not a good way to leave it as the ice drawer hits the arm with a tapered side on the back of the drawer to lift the arm out of the way.  This is a way weird ice maker. no gear on the outside anymore but still has the test points. under a small cover held on by a screw in the center.  smaller cube mold with a narrow heater underneath. Only $28.00 at Marcone though.



#4 DurhamAppliance

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Posted 25 July 2013 - 04:47 AM

The new ones are way too inexpensive. I would imagine they are also way too cheap.

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