Model #10652534101 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

I have a kenmore Side-by-Side Refrigerator and the grill will not fit.

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Removing or replacing certain parts can be difficult to do if it is the first time doing so. I have found a link where an expert has a discussion over how to replace the part. I hope that you find the link helpful and useful.

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celene -
March 04, 2011
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I believe you have the right parts and hopefully the images below will help.

The clip in the first image should be mounted to the clips face front.

The grill should have a plastic tab that sticks out and fits between the two clips.

I hope this helps.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 05, 2011
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Why is the pan under my refrigerator filling with water and overfilling?

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The pan that you are specking of does have a purpose, i was able to find some information on what it is and what you can do. Certainly it leaking is an issue, if you look down on the bottom you will be able to see the link where the expert explains what to do.

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celene -
February 15, 2011
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This sounds like the drain pan is overfilling from the defrost cycles. During times when there is extra humidity in the area or if you live in a high humid area, this type of problem can occur. The reason is because every time the door is opened this humid air is being drawn in. The excess humidity in the air can cause the drain pan to overfill.

This also may indicate that there is an air leak somewhere causing excessive moisture and ice to build up on the evaporator coils.

Another possibility is, if the water connection on the filter housing is leaking. This connection is next to the drain pan. The best way to see this will be to remove the back cover panel. Before removing the cover panel, be sure to disconnect power from the unit. With the cover removed, now reconnect power to the unit. With the cover removed, you will be able to see the water connections.

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Kay W. -personal Solutions manager -
Sears Technician
February 17, 2011
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Are there any filters or parts that could cause bad tasting(freezer burned) ice to be made by the ice maker?

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While this is not your exact question, the response answers your question. I am sending you this answer to remind you of things inside the refrigerator that can cause an odor or taste.

With all that you have done you have eliminated most things that can cause taste or odor problems. The filter must be doing its job. The incoming water must be good. The only part that could be causing the problem is the plastic tube that goes from the water valve to the icemaker and the plastic fitting that goes through the back of the freezer.

The part numbers to order are 2196157 - fitting and 4387492 tube.

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expert -
Sears Technician
January 08, 2008

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