Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Kevin From Germantown, TN
Dec 09, 2009
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First I removed the white cover on the front end.
Then, I unscrewed one screw under the icemaker in the freezer wall. Then, gently popped the icemaker out of the two tabs holding it on top. Then I unplugged the wire assembly out of the back of freezer squeezing the two tabs in on the plug. I took the wire assembly off the icemaker by pushing the tab down with a flathead while pulling the plug out. Next,
I transferred the wire assembly to the new icemaker pushing the plug until the tab was fully engaged. Then, using a flashlight and noticing the direction of the plug, I plugged the icemaker into the back wall. Then carefully lined up and worked the icemaker until it popped into the two holding tabs on the sidewall, replaced the screw on the sidewall and put the white cover back on. For note, I noticed on the inside old the icemaker that the teflon coating was peeling off so the ice was sticking and could'nt be pushed out and thus a frozen block Ice maker!
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Part Number: PS2121513