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PartSelect Number PS8260210
Manufacturer Part Number W10583817
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Ice maker not making ice
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator.
This part works with the following products:
Maytag, Amana, Whirlpool.
Part# W10583817 replaces these:
13068002, 67006333, 67006605, 67006624, 67006847, W10149456, W10477228, W10519364, Y13068002
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Replacing ice maker.
Maytag Refrigerator – MFI2568AES - Replacing ice maker.

PartSelect Number PS8260210
Manufacturer Part Number W10583817

Tools used:
Small 1/4 in nut driver
Small flat blade screwdriver
Needle nose pliers
Flashlight
Time: about 30 minutes

#1 Unplug the refrigerator.

#2 Pull out the ice bucket.

#3 Slide bottom left edge plastic cover that hides the wire harness out. (To do this you need a small screw driver to pry the front out a bit and to insert into the slot in the middle to unlock it, then pull forward. Be careful not to break).

#4 Disconnect wire harness. (Plug has a small catch in the middle you must press to pull apart).

#5 Pull the whole unit out. (To do this you need to pry a small catch on the left out, then pull. It may be tight since it’s been in there a while and there is a small rubber water tube protruding from the roof that it will rub against).

#6 Carefully empty any water still in the icemaker into the sink. (Try not to get any of the electrical components on the fan assembly wet. If you do, a blow dryer works well to dry out quickly).

#7 Put old unit on a large table and new unit / parts next to it.

#8 Remove ice maker and tray assembly from old unit, three screws on bottom of ice maker. (Do not confuse with the three screws holding the ice dispenser motor in place). Unplug wire harness, remove small funnel.

Replacement Parts Assembly - The next few steps get a bit tricky as you may need to do several things simultaneously.

#9 Route new wiring harness. Route under the plastic clips on the new plastic tray. (Black connector and switch wires run around the bottom left corner of the ice maker head to the front).

#10 Install the new water funnel. Loosely attach new tray assembly to new ice maker ensuring wire harness is routed properly. Plug in the wire harness connectors with the exception of the black connector and the O/I switch wires.

#11 Push loosely assembled unit onto fan assembly ensuring correct funnel seating. Secure the entire assembly by replacing the three screws.

#12 Connect the black connector to the ice maker head. (Match up the holes)

#13 Check your work. (If you forgot something or misrouted your wires you may need to take it apart and do it again).

#14 Remove O/I switch from old unit. (Use a small screw driver to pop out and needle nose pliers to carefully remove the connectors). CAUTION: Be very careful as these switch connectors are not very robust and can easily pull right out of the switch if not done very carefully. (Why a new unit doesn’t come with a new off/on switch is beyond me).

#15 Push O/I switch into place on new end cover. Install power wires.

#16 Carefully push the cover onto the head ensuring the cables do not bind or get pinched.

#17 Check your work.

#18 Install plastic flapper onto the control rod. (This takes a little study to get it on right).

#19 Install control rod/ flapper assembly into hole on the ice maker. (Note: Ensure rod is all the way in and that it also goes through the hole at the opposite end. The position seems a bit odd at first but after the ice maker cycles it will drop into position. This is needed to let the ice maker know when the ice bucket is full of ice).

#20 Carefully slide assembled icemaker into freezer. (Mine was tight but it will slowly pop into place). Ensure the catch pops back into place. Observe the rubber hose protruding from the roof, it should be directly over the small funnel.

#21 Reattach the wiring harness.

#22 Reinstall the wire harness cover.

#23 Flip the switch to on. ( O = OFF I = ON )

#24 Reinstall the Ice bucket.

#25 Plug in the refrigerator.

#26 Wait several hours and you should start getting ice.
  • Mark from HUNTSVILLE, AL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
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Replacing ice maker in freezer
First pull out bucket, then slide side plastic piece that hides wire harness on lower left side out.. Then pull /slide whole unit forward/out. Disconnect wire harness plug when doing so. Set old unit on table standing on end, put new unit right next to it. remove whole tray assembly from old unit, 3 screws on back. Use new wire harness that comes with new ice maker. put new tray assembly on end unit where the other came off. replace the three screws holding it to fan unit. remove on/off switch from old unit and put in new unit cover. Use small screw driver to remove old end switch cover. On off switch is pushed into place on new end cover. Purple wire on bottom plug and other on top. observe what you have and Just replace what you removed. Piece I did not use was flat plastic piece,flapper? This did not come with instructions, so basically I changed everything incl wire harness, put back together and put back in freezer. Ice bucket was full by next morning. Instructions and or video would have been nice. Tool;s used was a 1/4 in nut driver, small flat blade screwdriver.
  • WARREN from OTTUMWA, IA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Replace ice maker
Follow the instructions given, since this was the third time I had to replace it, didn't have any issues.
  • David L from Hanahan, SC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
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Jean
February 7, 2019
Hi, my ice maker is no longer making ice, the auger turna but there is no ice, checked to see if there was water going to the refrig and it dose, checked to see if it was cold and it is, the number on the inside of the ice maker is sa2340 13007111 wil you ice maker above work with my Maytag, that i guess i will have to buy a whole new one or is the one above a whole unite, please help, thank you ...jean
For model number MFI2568AEW
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Hello Jean, Thank you for contacting us! Before replacing the ice maker, I suggest checking the following parts: PS11722130 Water Filter (you may need to replace the filter if you have not in the last 6-8 months and also find that the water dispenses slowly from the fridge), PS2069865 Dual Water Valve, and PS11759800 High Voltage Board. You can test the parts with a multimeter. If you are unfamiliar with how a multimeter functions, we have videos available to assist you. Hope this helps!

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Robert
August 12, 2019
Do you provide installation instructions for this ice maker
For model number 596.77539600
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Hi Robert, thank you for your question. The part should come with instructions but we did have a customer write in with the steps as well: First pull out bucket, then slide side plastic piece that hides wire harness on lower left side out.. Then pull /slide whole unit forward/out. Disconnect wire harness plug when doing so. Set old unit on table standing on end, put new unit right next to it. remove whole tray assembly from old unit, 3 screws on back. Use new wire harness that comes with new ice maker. put new tray assembly on end unit where the other came off. replace the three screws holding it to fan unit. remove on/off switch from old unit and put in new unit cover. Use small screw driver to remove old end switch cover. On off switch is pushed into place on new end cover. Purple wire on bottom plug and other on top. observe what you have and Just replace what you removed. Good luck with your repair.

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Jim
January 20, 2018
The fresh food section gets too cold and freezes items such as milk. The ice maker also stopped working a while back as it was not filling the tray with water. I see the damper control is in the ice maker. Could the 2 be related and does a new ice maker come with a new damper? Thanks
For model number MFI2568AEQ
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Hello Jim, Thank you for your inquiry. What the damper does is control the amount of cold air that goes from the freezer to the fridge. If the freezer is colder than normal, then the lines to the ice maker could freeze and the damper would push the colder air to the fridge, causing it to be colder as well. I would test the following parts: thermistor/temperature sensor, defrost thermostat, defrost heater, main control board and the damper and ice maker. You can test the parts with a multimeter. If you are unfamiliar with how a multimeter functions, there are YouTube videos available to assist you. Hope this helps!

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Robert
August 12, 2019
Would the ice maker w10583817 fit in my Kenmore 596.77539600?
For model number 596.77539600
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Hi Robert, thank you for your question. Yes, this is the part that you are looking for according to your manufacturer and the model number provided. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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Robert
August 12, 2019
Ice maker assembly w 10583817: The current ice maker harvest ice cubes which are half water and half ice. The complete cycle time is about 30 minutes, so the water is not totally frozen. Should i change the complete assembly or could i change only the thermostat in the ice maker?
For model number Kenmore 596.77539600
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Hi Robert, thank you for your question. The ice maker does not come in parts like that. So you would have to replace the whole thing. Good luck with your repair.

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Darrell
November 19, 2018
I need a new ice maker for this Maytag model mfi2568aeb the only numbers on the ice maker itself are 130498 02 rev 0 and sa8417 and one more 75200602 i cannot find any other numbers. Thanks Darrell
For model number MFI2568AEB
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Hello Darrell, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you’re looking for is PartSelect Number: PS8260210. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

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Robert
October 24, 2019
If i completely remove the icemaker for a while, would this affect the cooling performance of my fridge?
For model number 596.77539600
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Hello Robert, thank you for your question. No, removing the icemaker should not affect the performance of the fridge. I hope this helps!

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Mike
January 9, 2020
Ice maker not freezing all cubes . Getting water in ice bucket and freezing up around auger. What are the possible problems?
For model number Afi2538aes
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Hello Mike, thank you for your question. The issue could be with the fan motor in that section, or the icemaker itself. If the fan motor is working properly we would recommend replacing the icemaker itself. I hope this helps!

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Junius
January 27, 2023
Can I replace the ice dispenser gate?
For model number Mf12266aeb
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Hello Junius, We are glad you asked! The Dispenser Grille in Black is part PS11738664. We are pleased to have been able to help.

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Hampton
April 6, 2023
While ice is still being made, the motor does not turn to allow the ice to be ejected. Does the entire unit requires replacement or is the sub part available? I have checked the ice maker, there is no obstruction. When the unit is cued, the gear shaft doesn’t turn
For model number AFI2538AEB
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Hello Hampton, thank you for getting in touch. Your ice maker may be facing this issue because of a faulty ice bucket and auger assembly. We suggest you replace the ice bucket and auger assembly, part number PS11752873, to solve the problem. We hope this sorts out your problem!

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