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Omer

Whirlpool fridge ice maker not working.

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Omer

Hi my maytag fridge ice maker is not working. I check all the water valves in the fridge and they are working perfectly fine. Decided to go and replace the ice maker assembly. After the replacement I could here the ice maker running and the fan in the back working. After one minute it filled with water and I was sure it' going to work. The day after I checked if there is ice and the icemaker didn' got the ice cube from the tray. They where sitting frozen there. I thought it might be the heating element so I checked with whirlpool and its coming together with the new icemaker assembly. Is it possible that I have a defected control board??? Please if anyone can give me some answers or ideas I will appreciate it cause I'm totally lost. 

 

Here are the details of the mn and pn

 

Model number: mfi2269vem7

Part number: w10882923

 

Regards,

 

Omer

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16345Ed

Your ice maker won’t cycle unless the temperature sensor on the ice tray is cold enough. Each design is a bit different as far as what temperature. 

Try to get a good temperature reading near ice maker. I’ll try to check specs tomorrow temp needed for your model. 

 

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16345Ed

I believe it has to be 15 degrees or colder...

 

really need to put into test mode and pull any error codes. 

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