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PartSelect Number PS2341896
The icemaker control assembly is located in the freezer section of your refrigerator. It is what controls the icemaker. The control turns the timing cams and the ejector blades. It controls most of the basic parts and functions, such as the heater, the water inlet valve, the cube size, and cube ejection. This replacement includes the control module and the motor, the motor is not sold separately. There are a number of reasons you might need to replace this part: if the motor is faulty, if any of the gears are worn out, or any of the plastic pieces are broken or damaged. If your icemaker is not functioning properly, you should start by testing this module. Before you begin repairing your refrigerator, make sure it is unplugged.
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:
replaced moduale, work just like new.
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first i removed 1 screw, then pulled out the ice maker, unpluged the electrical wire, i removed the white plastic cover , then an additional 3 screws . i pulled off the ice maker control . replaced with new ice maker control. i repeated the steps to put back the ice maker ...sosuper quick part delivery !!!
After removing the ice maker, I guessed that the moter could be the problem,bought new part I installed it and held my breath.thankfully that was it.thanks to parts select I saved a lot of money doing it myself.
My husband is a plumber...but did not have time to make the repair. So I took it upon myself!Super Easy!1. Unplugged Fridge2. Unscrewed the 3 screws on motor3. Pulled out old motor 3. Had to pour some hot water to melt ice cubes that were currently in the shoot. (because the new part would not line up correctly because of the frozen cubes inside the maker). Then soaked up all the water with towels.4. Inserted the new motor5. Put 3 screws back in.ICE, ICE BABY! Within a couple hours it was dropping ice into the bucket! Husband came home, and I told him I fixed the ice maker (his expression was of dread)...and then he checked it out and all was perfect! So proud!
I ordered the part and just 1 1/2 days later, it arrived! Awesome!I took the cover off the ice maker motor. Then I simply unscrewed the three screws holding the motor in place (be VERY careful - the hinge mechanism that holds the ice maker on/off bar needs to be gently removed from the motor so the prongs do not break).Once the motor and ice maker hinge were removed, I simply pushed the new motor on, screwed all three screws back in, put the cover back over the motor, pushed the bar to 'on' and water flowed and ice was made! I turned it to Max so I would have lots of ice in a short amount of time then returned the switch to Normal and I've not had a problem since.
It took both me and my wife! One of the new parts we recieved was broke so we took the part off of the one that didn't work. Unplug the fridge. Used the screw driver to remove the motor. Easy. Now putting the new one in was difficult because it has to line up exactly. Thats what took 15 minutes but after me and my wife worked on it, we had a bucket of ice by morning!We only knew how to do what we did because of reading these messages on this site. It came with no directions.
I unpacked the motor and looked at how it was supposed to go in. I removed on screw in the right rear of the ice maker. Pushed a tab on the left of the ice maker. Removed the entire assembly and unhooked the electrical part of the ice make. unscrewed the three screws holding the motor in place and replaced the motor. Put everything in back together and in 15 minutes the familar sound of the ice maker could be heard.
Removed icemaker by first removing the nutscrew that holds the cover to the electrical connection in place. Next, I removed the door then slid the icemaker out and diconnected the electrical connector. With the icemaker out, I R&R'ed the motor assy , reconnected the electrical, and slid the icemaker back in place. Next, I replaced the door, turned the icemaker switch on and waited. In about 30 minutes I heard the water being injected into the icemaker, and soon there was ice. The repair was easy and inexpensive. Tx to Partselect which I found on Google.
unpluged the refrigerator, remove three screws holding ice maker in place, disconnected wire clip, removed front of icemaker by relaesing two clips holding it in place. the module and motor assembly are held in place with three screws. put the icemaker together and replaced it in freezer, and pluged the cord back in. the icemaker started making ice in about 15 minutes. very easy fix
Went very easy, watched the video from the web site and did what it showed to do and put it together and it worked.We now have ice.
I removed the two screws that hold the ice maker door. I then removed the single screw on the right underside of the ice maker. I depressed the plastic "catch" on the left underside of the assembly and the whole thing just pulled straight out. I then disconnected the wire harness.The module cover is removed, then the module itself is easily removed by removing three screws.The assembly is just as easy. A few hours later, I had a half bucket of ice!
Very, very easy. Went to PartSelect and watched the repair video. Took the ice maker out, removed the end cover and found that there was a burned circuit on the board. Went back to PartSelect and ordered the part on a Thursday afternoon. Received the part Friday morning! 15 minutes to replace the part and now we have ice again. This is my second order through PartSelect and both times the cause was easy to determine, instructions were clear, and delivery of the parts were quick. Very good web site.
Just like the instructional video showed. 10 minutes, a nut driver and a screw driver, and we were back making ice.
It was very easy, I took ice maker apart and immediately figured the motor had burned out you could smell it. I looked at parts and easily found the exact part part I needed. It was sent to me in just a couple of days and I put it back together in minutes and it was making ice again in no time. I'm sure I saved myself slot by doing it myself.
read a lot of how-to's and forums, but it was the video's posted by partselect on YouTube that intrigued me to try my own hand at trying to find the correct part for the fix. this is why i ordered from partselect rather than search elsewhere. I ordered on Wednesday night and had the ice-maker making ice on Friday night. I used the electric tape to hold the flapper and light switch off to simulate the door being closed.
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