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PartSelect Number PS11743244
This ice door assembly is a little over three inches in diameter. It is all white in color and it is made entirely 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.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
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First remove srews from front icewater panelSecond pushed panel up to remove and disconect electric conection.Third rmoved broke ice door and installed new one in holder frame.Fourth reversed steps two and one.Job cpompleted.
Removed approx. 5 phillips screws to access the flap from the outside of the freezer door and R & R'd the flap, then repaced the screws. Fairly simple installation. Most impressive was how easy it was to find the part here and the quick delivery.
Removed two star screws on plate, then two chute screws which allowed me to remove the chute. Then I removed the two screws which held the assembly in place, we had to pullout the assembly about three inches. (I had my wife hold that out of the way) Then I reached in behind the assembly and removed the chute door. At that point I saw that the tab which hold it in the opening mechanism was broken off. So I reassembled everything without the chute door and put a dishcloth in the chute to keep the cold in and the heat out. (during this time we had to manually take ice out of the hopper) I then went on line to partselect.com and ordered the part. It came in 3 days and my wife and I opened it all up again, snapped the chute door in place, removed the dishcloth, put the assembly and plate back together and it works like new.
I removed the screws that held the control panel in place. Unplugged the wiring cable and put the control panel aside. I removed the old broken part and inserted the new part. Very easy. Put everything back together and it worked like new.
took off the covers and put in the new part and then put it back together.
Unplugged the refrigerater from the outlet. Took off the front ice and water dispenser assembly. Disconnected the front panel from the electronic board. Removed the ice and water dispensing cone and installed the plastic/Foam insulator door between the two plastic arm frames.
Removed 2 screws for front cover lifted front cover straight up to remove.Removed 2 more screws to remove ice door assembly, replaced ice door. Refrigerator should be unpluged before doing any of this to avoid getting shocked.
I couldn't have repaired the refridgerator at all if your web site didn't have photos along side of the parts. My parts no. was destroyed. But after removing the face plate on the ice dispenser door and checking the area behind the plate, the burned part was clearly identifiable. I removed the one screw holding it and the two connecting wires - and pulled out the tiny switch. On your site, I entered the refridgerator number, and the parts list (300 or so parts for this model) appeared with identifying photos of each part. All it took was to order the part (and the ice door simply because it was old) and put it in when it arrived in one day! No only did I save much cash, but I left with the confidence that I knew what went wrong. It works as good as new now. Thanks!!!!!
remove the screw on the front panel---remove old part --- snap the new piece inreplace screw
I followed the instructions from other users and everything went fine. I had one issue not covered. My refrigerator doors are covered by cabinet panels, and the top panel had to be removed in order to remove the panel for the ice/water dispenser. The part was perfect and fairly easy to install!
Generally I followed the instructions left on the website by others who had accomplished the repair. (A couple of them are very good, and I don't see the need to repeat their instructions.) However, I had two problems in the process. First, without any clear drawings, I mistakenly installed the ice chute door backwards. The shape of the door back matches the shape of the chute, so I made a mistake. Once I realized the mistake and placed the rubberized side of the door to face the chute, the project moved quickly. Secondly, I faced the same problem that most others cited. The solenoid plunger is difficult to get in the right location on the chute door strike. You must lift the strike out of its cradle, where it is held only by the pressure of the return spring, in order to seat the strike into the plunger flange. Once I overcame those two problems, the job was easy and quick. Thanks for your quick delivery of the parts.
I first read the repair hints on your web site and proceeded to follow the instructions that were there. This was a very easy fix and did not take long to repair. I did get a bit of an electrical shock when I accidentally touched the electronic board with the back of my hand. But again, the instructions are very helpful and anything that I would add for instructions would just be repeating what others have said.
it went just fine. fowed instuctions from web page. 1,2,3,done thank you
My son (who generally good at appliance repairs did look at it first. He told me what part to order. Unfortunately he had to go back home. I did watch what he did and when the part came in, I surprised myself and attempted to fix it. I had to take it apart one more time but then SUCCESS. Ice is flowing like a river....Thank, Hope this helpsBetteThe repair was to unscrew for screws and unplug some electric board (easily removed), put the new part in. Plugged the electric board back in screwed the screws and I was back in busness.
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