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Dispenser Door Assembly or Flapper
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PartSelect Number PS964304
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X11653
This “Dispenser Door Assembly” (Door Recess Assembly, Ice Door Assembly, Dispenser Door, Refrigerator Dispenser Ice Chute Door Kit, Dispenser Door Flap, Ice Chute Door, Flapper) keeps the room air from infiltrating the freezer. Once the lever is pressed, the door flap opens and allows the ice to dispense into your container. If your door flapper is broken, it could allow outside air to enter the freezer and alter the inside temperature. You may notice frost buildup surrounding the dispenser area. The door flap can disconnect from the dispenser lever, or the tabs that hold it in place may break. Frequent use may distort the sealing face and cause air leaks and frost buildup. This part mounts in the ice dispenser, and measures approximately 3.25 inches in diameter. It is constructed of plastic and rubber, and comes in white/black. This part is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Freezer not defrosting
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ALBERT from RALEIGH, NC
Our Ice Damper was warped, which let warm air into the freezer and caused frost to form. Also, our ice and water dispensers stopped working.
Swapping out the ice dispenser damper door was pretty easy- just used a combination of screwdrivers to remove the dispenser assembly, popped the old damper off, put the new damper on. Replacing the control board was only a bit more complicated- unplugged the fridge, removed the control board metal cover (beware the somewhat sharp edges), unhooked all the cables from the board, used needle-nose pliers to pinch each plastic spacer/fastener as to not damage them while removing the old board, mounted the new board where the old board was, and plugged in all the cables (they were all different enough from each other that I didn't have any trouble figuring out where they were supposed to connect). I now have my fridge plugged into a surge protector- hopefully that will protect this new board I've installed. Thanks a bunch,PartSelect. Read more...
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Dispenser Door Solenoid Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS1483583
Manufacturer Part Number WR62X10055
This part is a possible option when ice door won't open or shut properly or when water is not dispensing.
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  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Freezer not defrosting
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Installation Instructions
Bill from Cleveland Heights, OH
flap to ice dispenser would not close
The flap to the ice dispenser would not close, which allowed the ice dispenser to frost up, freezing the water dispenser.

This was a simple fix. The solenoid had stopped working, so it would not automatically close the door flap. I read some posts on this site that suggest that you had to remove the trim around the entire dispenser to get at the solenoid. My fridge may be a newer model, but in any event it was much easier than that. Just below the touch pad for choosing water, ice, or crushed ice (above where the ice/water dispenses) there are three very small holes spaced about an inch a part. After unplugging the fridge, I stuck a small philips-head screw driver in each, freeing spring clips. That allowed the touch pad to come off. I then removed four screws to remove a plastic piece covering the chute, giving me access to the flap and solenoid. I just unplugged the solenoid from the circuit board on the back of the touch pad and then removed three screws to remove the old solenoid. I replaced it with the new solenoid and plugged it into the circuit board. The touch pad then snapped back into place.

The hardest part was figuring out how to get at the solenoid. After I found that pushing the clips in those three holes allowed me to remove the touch pad, it could not be any easier.
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Dispenser Door Recess Crank
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PartSelect Number PS291908
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X10706
The door recess crank for your refrigerator is located inside the water dispenser assembly. To access this part, you will need to take apart the dispenser assembly. To do this, you will need a putty knife and a Phillips screwdriver. If your dispenser door will not close properly, or ice is not dispensing properly, you may have a damaged door recess crank. This part is made of white plastic and is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door Sweating
  • Door won’t open or close
  • Freezer section too warm
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Installation Instructions
James from Malabar, FL
Ice Chute Flapper not closing causing water dripping to floor and ice chute freezing up solid
I followed the video instructions for replacing the Flapper Valve and solenoid that Part Select suggested. It was one of the best DIY Reapair Sites I've used. Thank you Read more...
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Ice Funnel
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PartSelect Number PS652226
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X11267
This paddle, when your glass is pushed against it, activates the dispenser to release the ice through the funnel.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker won’t dispense ice
  • Not dispensing water
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Installation Instructions
James from Malabar, FL
Ice Chute Flapper not closing causing water dripping to floor and ice chute freezing up solid
I followed the video instructions for replacing the Flapper Valve and solenoid that Part Select suggested. It was one of the best DIY Reapair Sites I've used. Thank you Read more...
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Dispenser Drip Tray
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PartSelect Number PS3487867
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12910
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Recess Grille
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PartSelect Number PS964306
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X11655
This part is a replacement recess grille tray for your refrigerator. This recess grille tray sits below the ice and water dispenser, and collects any spills. If your dispenser grille tray is broken or missing, this is the part that replaces it. This part is made of black plastic and is approximately 7 inches wide. It is sold individually and is an OEM part from the manufacturer.
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Mark from Skokie, IL
Icemaker switch on door would not trigger motor
Replacing servo was not hard, but did not solve problem. Searched some more and the cure is to remove the light bulb from the dispenser. Seems that old bulbs draw too much current and cause the control panel to fail in sending signal to icemaker motor. Removing the bulb cured this fault and the control panel worked fine. Read more...
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Dispenser Front - Stainless
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PartSelect Number PS6447753
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X13200
NOTE: Control board is NOT included. Must be ordered separately.
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Edward from MARSHALL, NC
The Water - Ice selector buttons broke - plastic
Remove two Phillips screws under the edge, slide panel up. Undo two plug in connectors. Remove printed circuit board. Install circuit board into new part and reconnect plugs. Spend the next hour trying to get the panel to slide into place. The new part is molded plastic and does not fit the fridge front and I had to spend hours sanding and trimming the new T slides to fit the metal female T slide receptacles. Unfortunately, the new part does not seem to be an improvement of the old part, so use the buttons VERY carefully as I suspect they will also fail in the future and this plastic replacement part is very expensive. Read more...
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Refrigerator Ice Dispenser Lever
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PartSelect Number PS1483305
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X12125
The dispenser lever releases ice or water when you press the lever.
Installation Instructions
David from TOWSON, MD
Water not turning off; spring broken off of dispenser lever.
Replacement of Paddle Ice Disp Bk (#70) with Torsion Spring (#74) ---
Pry off bezel with putty knife. Remove control panel. Disconnect connectors. Unscrew (4x) plastic Housing. IMPORTANT: Funnel Ice Disp (#69) MUST be removed from Housing Shield Disp (#58) in order to rotate new part #70 to remove/install. May be tricky as stuck together with age and gunk. Note flat on axle of switch arm of #70; must rotate fully to remove/install part. Install new part with spring, and reassemble. NOTE: there are (at least) two types of bezels: one with spring tabs on the sides that must be felt and pushed in to remove without breaking, and another (mine) with rigid tabs on all sides that must be gently pried to pop out.
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Refrigerator Dispenser Ice Chute Door and Funnel Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS2359937
Manufacturer Part Number WR13X10737
Assembly CASE-ICE ROUTE This dispenser ice chute door and funnel assembly is for refrigerators. Dispenser ice chute door and funnel assembly opens to let ice through when dispensing into a glass or other container. The assembly may include multiple parts; refer to your parts diagram for a complete list of parts included. Unplug the refrigerator and safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off before installing this part.
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PADDLE Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS8758404
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X20449
Installation Instructions
Joe from Alvin, TX
The plastic lug holding the spring broke free, so the paddle had no way to return to its original position
1) Use plastic spudgers to remove the front control panel by levering on the front bottom of the plastic
2) Unscrew 4 retaining screws from the internal assembly
3) Slide clear plastic ice chute from the internal assembly
4) Lift the paddle 90 degrees to remove it
5) Place the spring on the paddle lug such that the long side fits in the groove on the back
6) Press the spring back, and slide the paddle into the paddle holder at a 90 degree angle
7) Once installed the short side of the spring should press against the plastic to force the paddle to its default position
8) Slide the ice chute back into the assembly
9) Replace the 4 screws holding the assembly to the refrigerator
10) Replace the front control panel

I may have missed a step here or there, but nothing major. Be mindful of the switches, and the placement of the wires. The entire process took maybe 5 minutes. I would say the most difficult part is getting the control panel off, it kind of feels like it might break, but it's a pretty robust piece.
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