Model #10652202100 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

User manual for Kenmore elite coldspot refrigerator

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I know how important it is to have the manual for your refrigerator since it carries some great information. I was able to find the owners manual and have added it in the link below. I hope this helps with your manual search while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph -
September 06, 2012
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Hi,

Thank you for your question. It is concerning when the refrigerator is not functioning correctly.

The owners manual helps lots of times to get the unit operating correctly.Here is a link Kenmore Refrigerator Model 106.52202100 .

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance please include more details in a reply to this entry below.

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Bill__W -
Sears Technician
September 06, 2012
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Kenmore Elite Ice Maker Low voltage when plugged in.

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A working ice maker is important to have in the home especially if you use ice for most of your beverages like I do. While you are waiting for an expert answer, I did manage to come across a link that describes a similar problem to the one that you are having. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
December 29, 2010
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I thought I should add little more info to my first post. I also had the light switch and the optics cover taped so they are closed to try to get the proper voltages for the ice maker.

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Why_Me_101 -
December 29, 2010
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That line voltage from the receiver control board to the ice maker is normally a trace voltage that is not accurately measurable most of the time. Here is a link for a comprehensive previous answer that should help you with this problem: How do I get my icemaker to work? There is no ice/water in the system anywhere.

I recommend that you place the insulated jumper wire in that harness of the receiver control board and leave it in place for a test. With the ice maker module properly connected in the freezer, leave that jumper wire in the harness and close the freezer door. Leave the freezer in this condition for 24 hours and see if the ice maker will harvest and fill properly. If the ice maker module works with this jumper wire in place, then the emitter and receiver control boards will need to be replaced as described in that previous answer provided above. If the ice maker does not work with the jumper wire in place so that the 120 volts is constantly supplied to the ice maker, then the ice maker module will need to be replaced.

This is a difficult system to diagnose and repair. The receiver control board does have a time delay that makes measurement of the 120 volts to the ice maker module almost impossible to accurately measure. That is why I recommend the approach provided above. If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

If you need parts, you can order them from the Sears PartsDirect website.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 01, 2011
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How do I troubleshoot my ice maker for my Kenmore Elite refrigerator?

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This is what is referred to as an IDI (Indoor Ice Maker). There is a diagnostic code you can check first of all. The blinking light will indicate the type of problem that is happening. I have included a diagnostic chart for you. To check out the ice maker there are some test points on the ice maker module that can be jumped with a well insulated wire. I have also included a picture of the test points. Before starting any of the testing first unplug the unit from the wall outlet. You will need to determine if there is 120 volts present at the ice maker module, this will require a meter. If you have access to a meter and feel comfortable doing this type of testing check between terminals L-N for 120 volts. If there is voltage there next unplug the unit again and with your jumper now jump from terminals T-H. Plug the unit back in and if the ice maker runs, after a few seconds remove the jumper and watch it go through a complete cycle. If it fills with water at the end of the cycle then the ice maker will need to be replaced. If there is no water fill unplug the refrigerator again and jump terminals L-V. Plug the unit back in and if you get water now the will need to be replaced. If there is no water fill you will need to verify if there is voltage at the water valve in back of the unit with your meter. If there is voltage there replace the valve, if no voltage that will indicate there is either a broken wire in the cabinet or a poor connection in the ice maker harness. These are the checks a technician would make. If you don't feel comfortable with this procedure I would suggest having a technician check and make the necessary repair. If you need more assistance you can resubmit your question with more details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
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Hi Scott, hope you are still around. Anyhow, your response was very helpful in my debugging so far. I've done some testing and it does not appear that I am getting 120VAC between L-N. It is more like 35VAC. I checked the wall outlet and it is supplying 120VAC. Any idea what the problem could be that is causing this? Thanks.

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Schwehmmy -
November 30, 2010
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I have the same problem. I have went to all web pages in manage my life and still have not been able to troubleshoot this problem. With the ice maker plugged in I can check voltages at L and N and I get around 50 Volts. If I unplug the icemaker and check voltage in the plug from the fridge it show 110 to 120 volts. I unplug ice maker- then I put my voltmeter prongs in the back of the freezer plugin while showing 110-120 volts, plug in the ice maker and the volts drop to around 50. I used small clips hooked to small extension cord and hook to the black and white wires on the plug on the ice maker and plug the ice maker in directly to the wall and jumper the T and H together and the ice maker works fine. I have a new solonoid/water in the back of the fridge and new optics. Only thing I havnt bought new is the ice maker! BUT the ice maker seems to be working. Fridge Model number 10652202100.

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Why_Me_101 -
December 29, 2010
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