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  1. Version 1.0.0

    19 downloads

    These are the following models (first 6 characters): CFCP1N, CFCP1Z, PDCA1N, PDCE1N, PDCS1N, PDSA5N, PDSE5N, PFCA1N, PFCE1N, PFCF1N, PFCF1P, PFCS1N, PFCS1P, PFIC1N, PFIE1N, PFSA5N, PFSE5N, PFSF5N, PFSF5P, PFSS5N, PFSS5P, PGCS1N, PGCS1P, PGSS5N, PGSS5P, ZFGB21, ZFGP21. PUB REF09-09
  2. GE Refrigerators Bottom Freezer Single and Double Drawer 21"–25" Models only - Service Bulletin View File These are the following models (first 6 characters): CFCP1N, CFCP1Z, PDCA1N, PDCE1N, PDCS1N, PDSA5N, PDSE5N, PFCA1N, PFCE1N, PFCF1N, PFCF1P, PFCS1N, PFCS1P, PFIC1N, PFIE1N, PFSA5N, PFSE5N, PFSF5N, PFSF5P, PFSS5N, PFSS5P, PGCS1N, PGCS1P, PGSS5N, PGSS5P, ZFGB21, ZFGP21. PUB REF09-09 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 11/08/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  3. Hi all, Newbie here. I have a 2012 Whirlpool Gold Side by Side refrigerator, Model number: GSC25C4EYY01. Two days ago I needed to fill my portable beer cooler with some ice so I did as I always do and just opened my freezer, removed the removable ice bin and dumped the ice in my cooler and then put the bin back in the door. So when I come back home about 8 hours later I go to get some ice for a glass of water and nothing was made...empty bin. Never had that happen before. So I clicked on "quick ice" on the control panel on the front thinking that might speed things up. Again nothing by the next morning and none of the normal sounds that are usually associated with the ice making process (you know, the sound of the water inlet valve doing its things and naturally the harvest mode!). So I knew something was wrong so I started at the basics which I will list. 1) Checked the water dispenser side on the front door and it is flowing water. 2) Replaced my water filter with a brand new one (since it was time anyhow) and bled the system of air. Still no ice 3) Checked the temperature of the freezer. It is at exactly 0 degrees (-18c). Door is sealed well. 4) Went to check the optical part of the ice bin. This is where I am stuck on my model. There is NO INDICATOR light to do testing by (the two flashes and a pause) and I see no beam. I removed the ice bin, held down the flap on the right side and held in the door light switch and still so no beam from the two tiny holes. I am not even sure if I should see a fiber optic beam? So, this is far as I can go right now and I am unable to find any disassembly tutorials for my particular ice maker anywhere. They are always of other models. When I remove my ice bin all I see is TWO screws to undo to possibly remover the ice maker cover and get to the fiber optic boards and the ice maker itself but not sure. So, if I am correct my problem is either going to be my fiber optics board(s), the water inlet valve (I assume there are TWO junctions on this...one to ice maker and one to dispenser?), or the ice maker itself? It is just amazing how it goes from working perfect to nothing all in one day. Otherwise this fridge works great...however if I had read the reviews on it before I bought it I would have chosen a different brand (like Samsung). This model apparently has been a nightmare model for it's owners. I had to have a third one delivered before I got a working one!!!! Any help and guiding would be appreciated. never done fridge repair before but I am a quick study ;-) Thank you peace out, daddylogan
  4. KitchenAid WRF989SDAM00 ice maker stopped working. It appears it stopped working slowly...not suddenly. The cold water works fine and the water supply line is not kinked it is the slim ice-maker that fits inside the ceiling of the refrigerator and has a small door (about 1.5" by 6"), not the big one that sits below the ceiling with the big ice door. How do I diagnose the problem? It feels like there is ice in the tray, but it is not sending ice cubes to the bin. I suspect either the IR sensor or the ice-maker, but I don't want to randomly change parts out until I know what the problem is. The IR sensor is the style without the red LED. How do I test if it is working? Also, there appears to be some ice in the back of the refrigerator where the rear of the ice-maker assembly attaches to the refrigerator ceiling. I have not taken the whole thing apart yet because I don't want to lose the cold filtered water while I wait for parts and time to fix this. I was thinking the supply line could be frozen, but not sure. . I suspect it is not a supply issue because if there are ice cubes in the tray, they would have been ejected and the tray would be empty. Again, looking for diagnostic clues for fixing it thanks
  5. KitchenAid KUIX505ESS1 Ice Maker Job Aid View File PUB W10444925A Submitter Son of Samurai Submitted 08/04/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    21 downloads

    PUB W10444925A
  7. Samsung French Door Refrigerators Service Bulletin - Frost on Ice Maker View File Models: RF23HCEDB, RF23HCEDT, RF23HSESB, RF23HTEDB, RF23J9011, RF24FSEDB, RF25HMEDB, RF263BEAE, RF263TEAE, RF26J7500, RF28HDEDB, RF28HDEDT, RF28HFEDB, RF28HFEDT, RF28HFPDB, RF28JBEDB, RF30HDEDT, RF31FMEDB, RF31FMESB, RF323TEDB, RF32FMQDB, RF34H9950, RF34H9960, ALL COLORS PUB ASC20151125001 Date: 11/25/2015 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/18/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  8. Ice maker in refrigerator section drain line is frozen. How to access and why is it freezing over
  9. Customer has been having Ice Maker problems, has been checked by other techs but still a problem. Any info on the Ice Maker in this model will be appreciated along with the tech sheet or manual.
  10. Version 1.0.0

    557 downloads

    Models: RF23HCEDB, RF23HCEDT, RF23HSESB, RF23HTEDB, RF23J9011, RF24FSEDB, RF25HMEDB, RF263BEAE, RF263TEAE, RF26J7500, RF28HDEDB, RF28HDEDT, RF28HFEDB, RF28HFEDT, RF28HFPDB, RF28JBEDB, RF30HDEDT, RF31FMEDB, RF31FMESB, RF323TEDB, RF32FMQDB, RF34H9950, RF34H9960, ALL COLORS PUB ASC20151125001 Date: 11/25/2015
  11. Electrolux Frigidaire Ice Maker Kit 5303918784 Installation Instructions View File PUB 5303950359 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/13/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  12. Version 1.0.0

    40 downloads

    PUB 5303950359
  13. I have a Frigidaire side by side fridge, model# FGHC2342LF3. The ice maker doesn't dispense ice lately. The chute door opens but the auger doesn't turn or dispense ice. Happens with both cubed and crushed. If you press the water button and then the ice button, back and forth between the two, sometimes it will dispense, but it usually does not. Continuity has been checked on the motor and when the auger turns it does get power. Ideas? Thank you Claudia
  14. Whirlpool Refrigerator Training Pointer - Sankyo Twist Tray Ice Maker Operation and Troubleshooting View File PUB W10869036 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/12/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  15. Hoshizaki AM-50BAE Self-Contained Ice Cuber View File Models AM-50BAE AM-50BAE-AD PUB 73126 December 22, 2004 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/12/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  16. Version 1.0.0

    13 downloads

    Models AM-50BAE AM-50BAE-AD PUB 73126 December 22, 2004
  17. We purchased a Whirlpool WRF736SDAM unit back in late 2014. At around 18 months (6 months out of warranty,) the ice maker started acting up. All of the symptoms are the same, it is just longer periods of time between when the system will make some ice. Every week or two, the ice maker will make 3 to 5 trays (cycles) of ice. One it gets to a certain point (there has been no rhyme or reason as to how much it will produce each time,) the unit will stop making ice, and what is in the bin will start to melt. Then a few a week or two later, it will make a few trays of ice again. I ran the diagnostic tests with the following results: 15 - Ice Level Sensor = 02 - Bin Not Full 36 - Ice Box Fan = On & Off working Correctly, and air flow verified. 56 - Ice Maker Error Codes = E2 - Motor lost position 57 - Ice Maker Harvest 20 - Motor Running CW until it finds Home Position; In-Progress 02 - Heater and Motor Off; Harvesting Not complete, Doors must be open Doors are all closed (with apparently good seals) and you can hear some type of small motor running. 58 - Ice Maker Heat Activation & Thermistor = 10 - IM Heater On; Temp Warmer Than Harvest Temp 59 - Ice Maker Motor 10 - Motor Running CW until it finds Home Position; In-Progress 02 - Heater and Motor Off; Harvesting Not complete, Doors must be open Does this sound like a particular part (or combination of a few specific ones?) I wanted to get expert opinions before purchasing items one at a time until I find the right ones needed... At first I was thinking the motor, but I am still not convinced... Thank you for your time ! ! !
  18. I am trying to find a tech manual or service manual for the Edgestar stand alone ice maker IB450SSP Thanks for your help
  19. Whirlpool Refrigerator Hankscraft to Molex Kit W10882923 for Iceland Models Instruction Sheet View File Part instruction sheet for replacing the wiring harness connector on Iceland model refrigerators. PUB W10885624 - Rev A Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 08/16/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  20. Version 1.0.0

    74 downloads

    Part instruction sheet for replacing the wiring harness connector on Iceland model refrigerators. PUB W10885624 - Rev A
  21. Looking for service manual for U-Line under counter Ice Maker ULN-B195B Thank you
  22. Gcipolletti

    Sub zero ice maker frost

    Hi I'm hoping someone can help. I have a 20 year old sub zero side by side. Recently the ice maker starting frosting over. Historically this ice maker has been finicky, if the door is held open searching for that last ice pop, a little melting causes clogs. However, mortally stays clean. Lately it has been frosting over very fast- I clean it all out, including the slide and flapper, dry it, then within 24 hours it is completely frosted over. I have never seen this before. I repeated the clean/replace process several times so it's not a fluke. any thoughts? Otherwise things are good- frozen food, cold settings are normal, no problems. I believe its a model 690...
  23. Hi. First time I've been to this site in a few years and things have changed. I know I have asked this "hollow ice" question in the past, but I can't pull up my oldest posts. I would have posted in the Kitchen Appliance section, but that is now a technician only forum. Maybe my old posts are still buried in there? In any case... I have an Amana bottom freezer that has served us relatively well for about 20 years now. The ice maker has been replaced a few times. A fan a time or two, and some other things too. It has been producing hollow ice for a couple/few months now. A couple days ago I replaced the ice maker unit. When I was replacing it I noticed the fill tube had a partial plug of ice. It worked fine for the first few ice loads and I'm again back to hollow ice. Squeezing the fill tube indicates it once again has a partial ice plug. I think when this happened the last time I had to replace the part that controls the water flow into the ice maker. I'm here because I don't recall what part I replaced, and I'm also not 100% sure this is the problem. This site has been an amazing resource over the years. Cheers, Gary
  24. heysavoy

    Ice maker won't fill

    After repairing a frozen drain plug in the freezer of my Whirlpool Model ET1CHKXKB01, my ice maker 106-626636 will no longer fill with water UNLESS I by-pass by tripping holes V and L. Water will then come into the unit. So I have to assume this alleviates the potential that the insert value is frozen. I have checked the wiring harness and the ice maker is plugged in correctly as it rotates on it's own. I can also get it to work using by pass method on T & H. Question: If the water solenoid value is bad, would I be able to by-pass it using the V and L holes on the ice maker? Or since I do have water coming into the unit when I by-pass does it mean its not a bad water value and is something else? I'm fairly new at DIY projects and was so pleased when I was able to fix my frozen drain plus issue but now without an ice maker, well I'll just say it's not quote as gratifying. Thanks to anyone who can help.
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