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PartSelect Number PS358591
The ice maker ensures your refrigerator generates and dispenses ice. There may be an issue with yours if it leaks water, generates too much or too little ice, or dispenses too much or too little ice. Click play on the video below for step by step instructions on how to replace your ice maker.
NOTE: Ice maker does NOT come with the bail or shut off arm. You must order them separately if required. It does come complete with flat and round plug wiring harness, the mounting hardware, and the instructions. The harness can be reused. The ice maker will not fit refrigerators that have the ice auger mounted on the door.
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:
This is a shut off arm for the ice maker in a refrigerator. When the shut off arm has reached maximum height, it triggers the switch to shut off the ice maker so it does not continue to make ice until the level of ice in the ice bucket begins to drop. The ice maker can also be shut off by lifting the shut off arm past the maximum height and into the locked position. This part is made of metal, and measures approximately 9 inches wide and 4 inches tall. This is an OEM replacement part.
When the icemaker shut off arm is high enough the icemaker will shut off and no more ice will be made until the level of ice in the bin drops. Also, the icemaker can be turned off by lifting the arm all the way to the top until in a locked position. If your icemaker is dispensing too much ice or is not making enough ice, you may have to replace the icemaker shut off arm. This part is made of white plastic and metal. This icemaker shut off arm may differ in design from your previous part. However, the part will still perform the same function.
Took the old one out in Two Min's, Replaced with the new one in about the same time.Had ice within 1 hour
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Got on line with Partselect and follow their directions. It was very easy.
Followed the easy to read instructions and bingo in less than 15 minutes repair completed
Loosened two top screws using a hand held mirror and screwdriver and removed a bottom screw then unplugged the unit inside. Five minutes and repair was complete. Easy as that!
I just followed the instructions that came with the unit, it was very easy. The old ice maker was taken out some time ago, so all I had to do was install the new one. It was three screws and one electrical plug. I removed the ice maker over a year ago and did not replace it at the time. I purchaced new handles also and they were easy to replace. I then decided to try the ice maker, I got tired of buying ice at the store. The order came in just two days right to my front door. It was a very easy fix and now I have a refrigerator full of ice. Thanks for the great service.
It was exactly as everyone else described--remove old ice maker, unplug, plug in new ice maker, attach new ice maker. 3 screws, 1 plug. My plug was the one on the ice maker not on the refrigerator (ie I used the wiring/plug that was already in the freezer).
This was an easy repair.First I turned off the breaker that supplies power to the refrigerator, then I followed instructions to remove the old ice maker. I removed the bottom screw and loosened the two top screws and it came out easily.The only unexpected problem I ran into was that the connection at the refrigerator end was 'hard wired', i.e., the wiring harness was not removable from the freezer.After disconnecting the wiring harness from the old ice maker, all I had to do was plug the wiring harness into the new unit, slide it into place, then replace the bottom screw and tighten the two top screws.Turned the power back on and had ice within 1/2 hour! : )
Unscrewed 3 screws. Unplugged the old unit, plugged in the new unit. Replaced 3 screws. Made ice like new.This was VERY easy. The kit inlcuded every conceivable wire connection pigtail. Turned out I needed none since the OEM cable was a plug & play affair.
First I unpluged the refriderator and removed the old ice maker. I then just simply installed the new ice maker. It was just that simple. The next morning I woke up with a full tray of ice.
I first removed the bottom screw then loosened the top two screws about 3 turns lifted an then slide icemaker out a couple inches then used small screwdriver to unclip the wire conector and removed icemaker then pluged new icemaker in and tightened top screws replaced bottom screw lowered metal arm and was done. les than 10 min. it has taken me longer to write this reply than it did to install the icemaker.
I just removed three screws from the old ice maker and disconnected a single set of wires. All I had to do was reconnect the new set of wires and screw it back into the side of the freezer. Anybody could do this repair.
The ice maker is held in by three screws. There is an electrical connection. Also, there is a water line to the rear of the unit.The replacement unit had clear instructions and a selection of parts to match the defective device.Hint: don't discard the old unit until the new unit is configured for installation.Turned on the water and the electricity to the fridge, and had ice in several hours.
Looking at the instructions it looked like I had to rewire the the plug in the adapter. As it turns out, you don't .Using a screw driver, I released the braket mount and the nut driver loosened the nut holding the tray to the wall. It came right off when you lift it straight up and the wire assembly was exactly the same as the original. All I did was plug in the new ice maker, Hang the assembly on the loosen nuts and tighten again and put the screw back in the bottom bracket that held it in place. I spent longer looking at the instructions than I actually did in the whole replacement time. By morning we had a good amount of ice. EASY>>
First, I loosened the two top screws and removedthe bottom screw. Then lifted the unit up and out.Next, I unplugged the wire plug and removed theice maker unit from frig. The replacement ice maker was identical to the original, wire loom and all. So all I had to do is plug in the wire plug, slide the top down on the loosened screws and tighten them. Next, installed the bottom screw, turned on the water,flipped the wire down and waited for ice. We had ice being made by the next morning and in about 3 days had a full bin.
First removed 3 screws and took out old ice maker, punched out water inlet tube area in new ice maker connected the electric and screwed it back in. Within an hour...heard the ice drop. (I did not do the repair, my boyfriend did, however I think I could have done it.
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