Ice Maker Leaked / Ice Bucket Cracked

ApplianceAmana Refrigerator

Model

Level of DifficultyReally easy

Time to do repair30 - 60 mins

Age of Appliance5 - 10 years

Tools Nutdriver

Louis From Egg Harbor City, NJ

Oct 06, 2009

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Took out the OLD Ice Bucket and removed the Ice Turning / Crusher bar by removing (5) screws and sliding the bar unit out and then replacing the bar unit into the NEW Ice Bucket Tray.

Unplugged the Frig removed the screws (3) holding the unit in place i then removed the Ice Maker from the freezer, i had to remove the Ice level arm from the OLD Ice Maker and installed it on the NEW Ice Maker with a push in setting on the left and then hooked the right side to lock in place.

I then replaced the Ice Maker by Plugging the unit in and replaced the (3)Screws, lined up the water supply line from the frezzer back wall into the Ice Maker and then replaced the new Ice Bucket.

Plugged the Frig back in for power and waited for the NEW unit to run making sure no leaks, after the NEW Ice Maker dumped several times i empty the Bucket and allowed the unit to fill up overnight.

Key is U can do this, just take ur time and the end results will be a COOL Job Well Done -

Hello Ice :}

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Diagrams and Parts List for this repair

Part PhotoPart DescriptionPriceAvailability

Crushed Ice Bucket

Part Number: PS1561728

$79.89
In Stock

Ice Maker

Part Number: PS2121513

$107.31
In Stock