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PartSelect Number PS372186
This white ice bin auger drum comes with a washer.
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:
We followed the instructions the repair man gave on the film where he shows you how to change the parts...This was a life saver...I will reccomend this site to all of my friends and family...I don't think we could have changed these parts without this film. He gave you all of the instructions step by step and told you what tools you would need and showed you everything...Even in what order to take the screws out...Thank god for him.....Because there were no instructions in the bags the parts came in.....and my parts came in record time also and I live in a rural area (in the country) Thanks again PartsSelect Dorothy Johnson
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Once I removed the ice bin from the freezer section of refrigerator and removed all the necessary screws was able to remove the auger drum, but had some difficulty in reinstalling the crusher blades in the dispenser. After several tries, got it right and dispenser is performing like new.
Repair was easy enough, take apart and put it back in reverse.
removed ice storage drawer, removed dispensing shaft from storage drawer, replaced plastic auger and reassembled.quick and easy....
removed ice bin from freezer then removed front from ice bin then all i had to do was remove e clamp from end of shaft that made it possible for me to remove the ice crusher parts then slide off the drum. all that was left was to put back together.
removed 9 screws, removed all parts, laying them in order, so they would be easy to replace. reassembled in order I had removed them placing the new auger drum in place of broken one.replaced ice container in freezer, poured in a few ice cubes them crushed them.
We took the icemaker apart, and took pictures of how it looked before so we knew how to put it back together, we were really surprised how easy it was to put back together, I will be ordering other parts from this company, I got my part in 1-2 days by Fedex, I will be telling others about this company
It was a breeze to remove and replace. Made even easier by the previous DIY guys posts. Make sure you turn the nut at the end of the shaft clockwise to loosen. Taking a picture of the blades for ice crushing before removal for future reference is a great idea. It wasn't hard at all. Just take your time.
Pulled out the ice tray, took whatever screws held the front on. The rest was pretty easy. The only thing I would say was a problem was taking off the cutters. The front spacer is threaded, and loosens by turning clockwise. Also, the shaft that runs along the side of the tray has a spring and keeper. Make sure yoiu remember how you take it apart.
Removed screws, Ice maker blads, and broken Auger Drum. Reverced order and replaced with new Auger Drum.The manufacture needs to change the part from a plastic Auger Drum to a metal aluminum Auger Drum. This is the second one I had to change in 4 years.
Water filter screws out and in, no problem there. The ice maker auger was a little detailed, but I removed all screws and took apart the main components. The auger assembly was reverse threaded, and the blades, etc., all came off in order. Then the old auger drum was removed, new one put on, and the auger assembly reassembled. Then screwed all components back together, put it back in the freezer, and it worked like a charm!
removed six screws removing the cover and exposing the shaft & auger.I then had to remove the snap ring & undid the end nut that has left handed threads.removed the 6 auger plates and then replaced all parts in reverse order of their removal.
Not so easy as others have described. I kept the parts off the auger together in my hand as I replaced the drum. Thanks to the people who mentioned the nut being left handed. Taking a picture before dis-asembly saved me. I would never have gotten it back together otherwise.
remove the ice container. and i got to work
I removed the 4 screws holding the front cover in place. Removed the 4 screws holding the ice auger cover in place. Removed the c clip holding the auger on the shaft. Pulled out the auger shaft. Removed the broken auger drum and replaced with the new one. Reassembled in reverse order.
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