KitchenAid Refrigerator Wire Plugs and Connectors
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Popular KitchenAid Refrigerator Wire Plugs and Connectors
Ice Maker Wire Harness
PartSelect Number PS11747840
Manufacturer Part Number WPD7813010This part connects to the electrical and allows power to flow through your appliance.
Fixes these symptoms
- Ice maker not making ice
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frank from NORTHRIDGE, CA
Ice maker not producing iceThe parts were very easy to replace, however I am still without ice and cannot figure out why. I have ohm tested the contol unit and everything works fine, I am able to jump it and turn on the motor and water fill valve. Any suggestions?... Read more...
PartSelect Number PS3633164
Manufacturer Part Number W10488357
Wire Assembly (Production)
PartSelect Number PS11738985
Manufacturer Part Number WP2172890
PartSelect Number PS11739248
Manufacturer Part Number WP2198677
Refrigerator Control Box Wire Harness
PartSelect Number PS11754578
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10422363This control box wire harness is for refrigerators. Control box wire harness connects the control box components to electrical circuits in the refrigerator.
Donald from SAN SABA, TX
Refrigerator would not cool,freezer worked.Took too panel down. Remove.bulbs . Unplugged refrigerator. Removed electronic control board .installed new electronic control board. Plugged in refrigerator , programmed control for ice in about 1 hour refrigerator went to work and got cold Simple operation. Donald Harrell, Don's Repair Service . Read more...
Wire Assembly, Ice Maker
PartSelect Number PS1484431
Manufacturer Part Number 2310191
PartSelect Number PS11738911
Manufacturer Part Number WP2154473
Ice Maker Wire Harness
PartSelect Number PS11739095
Manufacturer Part Number WP2187464This wire harness has a flat connector.
Thomas from Indianapolis, IN
no power to the ice makerThe wiring harness was a straightfoward plug in replacement after depressing the securing tabs, and did provide power to the icemaker. However, the icemaker would continually cycle, with the mold heater on at all times. I suspect this is what caused the thermal fuse to blow in the first place. Rather than spend more time replacing individual components, I eneded up replacing the full ice maker assy. The new ice maker works properly. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS3653353
Manufacturer Part Number W10494224