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my double door kitchenaid rfrigerator model # ksra22ILss13  icemaker all iced up    and obiously not making where should i start looking

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"All iced up" Where? We need a little bit more info before we can tell you anything.

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my double door kitchenaid rfrigerator model # ksra22ILss13  icemaker all iced up    and obiously not making where should i start looking

Can you take pictures and show us what you mean by all iced up.  Many descriptions of symptoms can be misleading, and many different problems can be described as iced up.

 

Where is the problem?  Is it ice or frost?  

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there is ice or my be frost  clad all over the icemaker  and it could be defrosting problems  but the bins below the ice maker are normally cold and refrigerator side is also ok 

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Can you take pictures and show us what you mean by all iced up.  Many descriptions of symptoms can be misleading, and many different problems can be described as iced up.

 

Where is the problem?  Is it ice or frost?  

there is a red blinking light where it says ice maker controll and i took som pics to

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Okay... Those pictures do indeed tell a tell. Is your evaporator fan running? Are your doors closing all the way? What is the actual tempatures in the freezer compartment and inside the Freshfood compartment? Is there more than 5 degrees difference between the top of each compartment and the bottom?

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evap fan is running freezer temp is 0 c food compartment is 40  door shuts properly but opens quite often  and  yes temp difference is about 5 degree

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Is ice door for ice dispenser closing properly. once in awhile ill get one with a broken tab, preventing door to close propely. This will cause forst build in freezer section.

Damper assembly Part number: 2216112

Part number: 2216112

could also be failing but still allow good temps in fresh food section.

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evap fan is running freezer temp is 0 c food compartment is 40  door shuts properly but opens quite often  and  yes temp difference is about 5 degree

Check you your ice shoot dampener assembly for air leakage.  What I am suspecting, is warm moist air getting into your fridge, either through that dampener assembly or one of the doors being left open.  It will condense and freeze very similar to what you have shown....  I would completely defrost all ice you can see, remove the back panel in the freezer section and defrost that also.

 Unplug the machine so that it isn't running when you taking it apart.

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i checked every thing else is fine  i took apart icemaker assembly and tested   T and H with power on and it does nothing  and ice maker controll still blink rd light should i replaced whole ice maker or just ic board of icemaker controll

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