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PartSelect Number PS11738205
This crushed ice bucket is nineteen inches long and fourteen inches wide. It is all white in color and is made of plastic.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
It took longer to assemble the tools, empty the ice and dispose of the ice than to disassemble and reassemble the bucket. Easy!!!
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Removed Ice bucket. Removed two screws and removed front cover from old ice bucket, two more screws under cover to remove ice agitator. Installed ice agitator to new ice bucket, installed two screws holding it. Installed ice bucket front cover on new ice bucket with two screws. Put new ice bucket into freezer. Finished! That was easy!
Repair Refrigerator Kick Plate Grill: No tools were required. I removed old grill with hands. I attached two clips to new grill, and re-installed the new grill. (less than 5 minutes very easy)Repair Crushed Ice Bucket:You will need sockets or nut driver. Remove the Ice crusher dispenser and metal rod from the existing unit. You will then re-install with the new Ice Bucket. There were two scews that held the front cover. You will need to remove four screws to remove the ice crusher mechanism and re-install with new bucket. (10 minutes to replace)Repair Ice Maker Assembly:I removed the plastic cap on the top left edged of the ice maker. You will need to use your existing cap with the replacement unit. I then loosened the top two screws on the ice maker assembly. You do not need to remove the top two screws. There is one screw on the bottom that will need to be removed. This will allow you to get to the wiring harness. I pulled out the white tube that fills the ice maker with water. I then used a small bucket to pour existing water out of the ice maker. I used a small screw driver to depess the clip on the wiring harness. You can not pull out the wiring harnes unless the plastic clip is depressed. The new ice maker assembly did not have the same type of water line attachment. It looks like it is made for different assemblys. For my water tube, I noticed a notched area on the new unit that could be cut out to work like my existing unit did for the water line. I used a box knife to cut out the notched area. On the new water tray, there was a hole in the side that my existing unit did not have. It does not affect the installation of the water tube. I installed the new ice maker assembly by attaching the wiring harness. Installed the bottom screw using my original bracket instead of the new bracket that came with the new unit. Tightened the top screws and bottom screw. Attached the water tube to the ice maker assembly. Attached plastic cap between the refrigerator wall and left side of the ice maker assembly. (15 minutes)
Reassembled auger assembly to new ice bucket with new screws. Fairly simple and straight forward.
Have to say it was a pleasure doing business with PartSelect. Purchased the icebin from Whirlpool and the entire backside of the bin broke off in less than 10 days. I called Whirlpool for warranty and they said it had been more than 30 days since the order was placed and it is only a 30 day warranty. I spoke to a supervisor and pleaded my case that I work out of town and only make it home every 2-3 weeks and it was only installed for 10 days. I further explained that the original unit lasted 10 years so I would think it would be pretty obvious that this was a defective product. She said sorry, only 30 day warranty, but she would offer a 25% discount if I wanted to reorder. I told her what I thought of their policy and offer and told her I would rather pay full price than any further support of their company. The phone agent with PartSelect was friendly, professional and I received my new icebin in just a few days. I don't purchase many parts from the internet but I would bookmark this company for future reference.
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 :}
Removed two screws on original ice bucket auger front panel-removed old ice auger assembly from old ice bucket and installed new auger assembly in new ice basket.Replaced ice auger/bucket front panel with the two screws and we now have a working ice dispensing unit and uncracked ice bucket
I removed the damaged ice bucket and replaced the parts from the old one on to the new one. It was straight forward and not difficult
Very easy to replace. The hardest part was the removal of the power cable connector. Had to use a screwdriver to pry the connector from the unit;. Took less than 10 min. to complete the repair.Had ice cubes in less than 2 hrs.
The hardest part was getting the unit out of the refrigerator because the split caused it to drop down when it filled with ice while we were on vacation. After the ice I had to give the bucket a firm jerk to remove it. Then it was just a matter of replacing the old bucket with the new one using a phillips screw driver.
Took a toital of 15 minutes to exchange the bucket. A total of 4 screws to remove the auger and front of the bucket. Anyone can do this repair!!
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