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PartSelect Number PS964350
When activated, the auger rotates and pushes ice out of the bin through the chute to the user.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I watched the short video on the parts page. The video was an exact step by step explanation. I watched the video twice, got the tools and it was completed in about a half hour. Could not ask for more.
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remove ice binremoved 2 screws that held ice maker.unplugged ice makertransfered water spout to new ice makerinstalled new ice maker in old location plugged it in an away it wentNote: Auger has L H threads to remove keeper nut
Watched video on internet how to repair, simply removed cover, took blades of auger, replaced everything in reverse order,if anyone else is going to replace an auger, go to the internet and watch video, really helpful. This replacement took about 20 mins.
It was very easy to rebuild the icemaker with the vidio instructions you furnished with the part.
the part arrived in 24hrs what a welcome suprise
Replaced the auger as shown in the instrucitonal video on the web site. Real easy to follow and worked out very well.
I used your video to reinstall the icemaker..It was a breeze,thank again for the fast service and installation video.
My husband and I did the repair watching the instructions video. It really helped otherwise we wouldn't know how to do it. The part we had more difficult with was removing the box 'pushing' the tabs because it was really tight and also removing the 'C' shaped bolt because it was also very tight. Other than that it was straightforward if you watch the video. The part now works properly.
After a large piece of the clear plastic ice auger was found in my glass.....we knew it needed replacing. It was simple!! I ordered it, watched the video provided on the Part Select website, went and got my tools and badda bing, badda boom. No problem! Do it yourself
Just set the parts out in order as you take them apart. Remember the the nut is left handed. The kitchen knifes were used to pry the auger from the basket (thin) take a good look before you start.
Followed your instructions and other customer experiences. Everything worked fine.
Ordered the part from your site - searched You Tube for the video for repair and other than letting the ice melt took no time at all. Saved me at least $50 probably more if I had called an appliance repair technician out. Thanks!
removed broken auger retainer screws (3) auger, removed nylon retainer nut on end of auger, transferred blades to new auger then reassembled ice bucket assembly.
Your site was great as we easily identified the part we needed, ordered it and received it quickly. Reviews were very helpful as we would not have known about the nut that we had to turn in the opposite direction to loosen it. After receiving the part we watched the video on how to replace the part. We would do one thing, then stop the video and do the next part. The only difficulty we had was when replacing the auger we did not get the spacers in the correct order. We had to study the video very closely to see the correct order. But, hooray, we now have ice again.
I watched the video on the website where the guy changed the ice auger and it was so easy to fix. I feel like I saved a ton of money by doing this myself. Would recommend this project to anyone. Just follow the video's instructions.
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