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Water Dispenser Actuator
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PartSelect Number PS1526383
Manufacturer Part Number 241682003
Once a glass is pressed against the actuator pad it will cause the dispenser to deliver ice or water when activated.
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Installation Instructions
Jonathan from Universal City, TX
Water actuator broke
If you think you probably can't do this, you're like me... but you just had to try because you needed the part anyway right? This really was quite simple, a lot easier than it sounds from the description and saved me probably $75 I'd have had to pay a tech to do it. Just unplug fridge, yank that water spill tray out, yes yank, it's a bit hard to do that if you've not done it before. After that remove the 3 phillips head screws you just gained access to. Lift panel frame up then out. Disconnect wire harness plug and set that frame aside. Take out next screws exposed to free the unit. Tilt unit out and remove the two little screws and shims holding actuator in place. Remove broken one. Put new one in. Reverse all actions taken thus far. Plug fridge back in and have a drink of water like nothing ever happened. : ) You can do this! Read more...
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Water Dispenser Actuator
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PartSelect Number PS1526418
Manufacturer Part Number 241685703
Once a glass is pressed against the actuator pad it will cause the dispenser to deliver ice or water when activated.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Jerome from Yardville, NJ
Water dispenser actuator snapped in half
Unplugged refrigerator. Pull forward on tray at bottom of water & ice dispenser to remove it. Remove three screws. Push up and then pull out to remove black cover around dispensers. Be careful not to break ribbon cable. Pulled ribbon cable from green circuit card on the cover. Set the cover aside. Removed green circuit card from refigerator (six small screws). Had to unplug two wires to do this. Set this aside. Make sure you remember which connector each wire goes in for re-assembly. I ended up removing the entire assembly, it was easier to work on. There were a couple more screws to remove and then you can carefully pull the entire assembly down and toward you to remove it. This meant removing the water supply line from the dispenser. Pushed up on the water supply line with needle nose pliers to "unstick" it and make it easier to pull out. Used needle nose pliers to unplug wires from broken actuator from the circuit card. Make sure to unplug the correct one. Unscrewed the two screws that held the metal plates thet held the actuator in place. Cut the wires to make it easier to remove the broken actuator and pull the wires through Installed the new actuator and screws. Routed the wire through and plugged it in to the circuit card. Now the hardest part, and I would not have figured it out without a tip from this website. There was no slack in the water line and it was impossible to push the end of it back into the hole in the dispenser assembly. Open the refrigerator doors and remove the black cover at the bottom. The water line goes up through the freezer door from the bottom. It was easy to push an inch or two of slack up through the door. Then I could grab the water line and insert it in the hole in the dispenser. Re-connect the wires that were disconnected and replace the assembly in the freezer door. You can pull slack in the water supply line back down from the bottom if needed. Replace the screws that hold the dispenser assembly in place. Replace the circuit card. Then I had to push the ribbon cable back into the slot in the circuit card in the cover. I had to remove the circuit card from the cover to get at the slot. Push the cable into the slot and re-install the circuit card in the cover. I needed to have my son help me here as a second set of hands was needed, the ribbon cable is short. Replace the cover, be careful not to damage the ribbon cable. Install the three screws and snap the boittom tray back in place. Re-install the black cover at the bottom. Works great. Read more...
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Dispenser Funnel Guide
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PartSelect Number PS8746715
Manufacturer Part Number 242270102
This dispenser module is for refrigerators. Dispenser module attaches in the dispenser housing on the freezer door and includes the cradle, ice chute and ice chute door. Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off. Unplug the refrigerator before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
Installation Instructions
CHRISTINA from ESCONDIDO, CA
Water dispenser would not auto shut off
I watched a YouTube video and followed along. Easy!! Read more...
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Dispenser Grille
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PartSelect Number PS1148319
Manufacturer Part Number 241649003
This part is the replacement dispenser grille for your refrigerator. It is made of black plastic and is approximately 10 inches wide and 4 inches deep. The dispenser grill sits at the bottom of your ice dispenser assembly and catches any spills when your ice or water dispenser is running. If your dispenser grille/drip tray is missing or damaged, this is the part that replaces it. To replace the dispenser grille, simply remove it and insert the new one. This part is sold individually and is and authentic OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Irene from Perkasie, PA
The actuator arm broke on the unit and it had to be replaced
The actuator arm was the only part that was a little difficult. The drip tray and the kick plate went on very easily. First, we went online to your schematic on the unit. This showed how it was assembled and how it came apart. We then terminated the power to the refrigerator, and removed the drip tray which exposed two screws holding in the face plate for the ice/water on the door of the refrigerator. We then removed three screws from the control panel and pulled it forward. This exposed the actuator and two more screws that held it into place. We removed them and unplugged the small plug giving power to the actuator. We then installed the new part and replaced all the screws that had been removed. We reassembled the face plate and the screws there and then snapped in the drip tray. When we turned on the power everything worked fine. Read more...
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$49.88
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Ice Actuator
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PartSelect Number PS1526380
Manufacturer Part Number 241681903
This is the ice actuator or ice actuator arm for your refrigerator. When you depress the actuator arm with a glass or bucket, ice is normally dispensed. If your current actuator arm is broken, missing, or if the ice dispenser isn’t dispensing ice, you may need to replace it. To access the actuator, you will first need to remove the dispenser assembly, and then remove the actuator from the assembly. Be sure to shut off the water and power source from your refrigerator before you begin this repair.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Ice maker won’t dispense ice
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Installation Instructions
Ryan from Elk Grove, CA
"Paddle" on ice actuator broke off.
Slide off drip tray at bottom of ice/water compartment.

Remove the 3 screws along bottom edge of face plate. Slide face plate upwards slightly to disengage tabs holding top of face plate to fridge door. Pull face plate slightly away from fridge, reach behind plate, and disconnect wiring harness. Set face plate aside.

Remove 3 screws holding ice/water actuator mechanism to fridge door. Disconnect wiring harness on left side of actuator mechanism. This allows the left side of mechanism to swing outwards.

Looking down on top of mechanism, loosen the two screws holding the small, metal retaining plates for ice actuator. (The metal plates hold the ice actuator pivot pins in place in the actuator mechanism). Once the two screws are loosened, the metal plates can be moved to the side to free the ice actuator.

Remove old ice actuator and replace with new actuator. NOTE: Ensure the black ice door flap regulator (the thing with the gear teeth) stays engaged with the gear on the damping mechanism while installing the new ice actuator).

Move the metal retaining plates back in place over the ice actuator pivot pins and tighten both screws. Move the ice/water actuator mechanism back in place and re-connect the wiring harness on the left side. Re-install the 3 screws holding the entire mechanism in place.

Re-connect the wiring harness to the face plate and slide the tabs at the top of the plate into the holes in the fridge door. Slide face plate down and line up the 3 screw holes at the bottom of plate. Re-install the 3 screws. Re-install the drip tray. You're done!
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Ice Dispenser Door Seal
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PartSelect Number PS1526429
Manufacturer Part Number 241688701
This part works in conjunction with the ice chute door.
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$17.27
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DRIP TRAY
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PartSelect Number PS2363822
Manufacturer Part Number 241947003
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$30.80
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Dispenser Door Flap - Black
PartSelect Number PS1526427
Manufacturer Part Number 241688501
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$163.85
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Ice Dispenser Module
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PartSelect Number PS10060200
Manufacturer Part Number 242074223
This dispenser module is for refrigerators. The dispenser module attaches to the dispenser housing on the freezer door and includes the cradle, ice chute, and ice chute door. Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off. Unplug the refrigerator before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
Installation Instructions
Paul from CHARLOTTE, NC
Water Module Dispenser Broken- Flapper not working
Removed the frame around the ice/water dispenser by hand. Removed the back cover- 4 screws. Removed the module- 2 screws. Unhooked 2 wires for the module. Install the wires back onto the new module & reinstall back onto the refrigerator. Very simple fix. Probably saved $200. on cost of labor. Read more...
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Water Dispenser Actuator
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PartSelect Number PS1526381
Manufacturer Part Number 241682001
Once a glass is pressed against the actuator pad it will cause the dispenser to deliver ice or water when activated.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Robert from North Olmsted, OH
The water dispenser/actuator broke and I wanted to replace it
First I pulled the fridge out and unplugged it. Then I removed the drip tray at the bottom of the water and ice dispenser. This exposed three screws that held the frame of the dispenser mechanism to the freezer door. I removed the three screws and lifted it up a little and I could pull it out and tip it to get at the inside of the dispenser mechanism. I could pull the whole mechanism out a bit, but I was afraid to pull it out too far for fear of unplugging something and tearing or breaking a wire. The water dispenser actuator piece has two round plastic "pins" on either side to allow the actuator to rock back and forth. These "pins" are held in place in a round channel by two metal plates which were in turn held in place by two screws. When I tried to take out these retaining plates, I dropped one of the screws in the dispenser mechanism. I had to fish it out with a magnet. By the way, the plates did not respond to a magnet, so when I dropped one of these, I had to use needle-nosed pliers to fish it out. It took a while, but I finally got the old actuator out and out the new one in and carefully re-attached the retaining plate with their respective screws and re-attached the little spring to the actuator. Before I put it back together, I cleaned off the little door to the ice dispenser. It looked a little crudded up and I just wiped it off with some damp Q-tips. I then put the dispenser mechanism back on to the freezer door, put the screws back, slid the drip tray back, plugged it in and it (surprisingly) works fine. Looking back, I probably should have bought a part for the ice dispenser, too, and replaced that at the same time. Read more...

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