Model #10654393300 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Ice maker not working 10655619400 Kenmore Elite Refrigerator

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Hello Nick, thank you for being a Sears member. I would check your water valve. Also I would try dumping some water in your ice maker to see if it makes any ice. If it doesnt make ice then that is a sign that your ice maker has gone bad. I have attached a link for you to click on and it will direct you to our page. Just put your model number in and it will pull up all your parts for your refrigerator.

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John7905 -
Sears Technician
October 31, 2015
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Hi John 7905 - i have a Kenmore model 106.54393300 and am just replaced the inlet water valve (that has 3 tube connection. However the inlet valve that 2 tube connections (main water source connection and one tube to the filter) is leaking at the push-in connection. can you please tell me what is the part number of this inlet valve that has 2 tube connections. Many thanks

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Minh -
October 31, 2015
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Ice maker stops making ice intermittently 10654393300 Kenmore Refrigerator

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Thank you for your inquiry on your Kenmore Refrigerator, Model: 106.54393300. From reviewing the details on your model, a common reason for intermittent icemaker production is, from the freezer temperature being too warm. When the temperature gets above 5 degrees the icemaker will slow down and at 10 degrees, it may not work at all. To properly check the temperature, place a thermometer between some packages. Air temperature is not a good check. If the temperature is too warm, usually adjusting the thermostat to a colder setting, will correct the problem. If there is not much of a load (food) in the freezer, it can produce warm temperatures at times. This can also be due to a frozen water fill tube, a failed water valve or the icemaker itself. The icemaker may need to be lowered, to check the fill tube. If the fill tube is frozen, the water valve will need to be replaced. If it's clear, the icemaker will need to be cycled, to help determine what may be causing the problem. To cycle this icemaker, pull the front cover off and turn the small gear counterclockwise. If the icemaker cycles and fills it indicates, the icemaker is not cycling on its own and will need to be replaced. If it cycles but doesn't fill and you can hear a humming noise, the water valve will need to be replaced. If nothing happens when the icemaker is advanced, some voltage checks will need to be made.

Safety Warning: Before beginning the repair, disconnect the direct power supply to the refrigerator to prevent the risk of injury or any electrical shock.

If you don’t feel comfortable or confident in this repair, then you can have it repaired at home by a sears technician. I have the included a link to the website: Sears Home Services or call 1-800-469-4663.

 

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Gerry 93 -
Sears Technician
May 23, 2015
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Why are my freezer coils are freezing up. I found the clip on sensor was frozen open with ice and split. It is i think the problem?

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I did see the previous post and I can understand how frustrating this must be after replacing parts only to still have the same issue. The expert will review and advise of the next possible step needed. I did locate one other post with information that may help. If you would like to do some comparison shopping of refrigerators , I also added the link to Sears.com. I do hope a resolution can be found.

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Barbara H. -
April 29, 2012
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Thank you for your question. I'm sorry you are having this problem with your fridge. The part in the picture that you are referring to is the defrost bi-metal (thermostat) # 2321799. Yes, this will be the problem and it will need to be replaced. It's available at http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-number/2321799/0046/106?pathTaken=directMatch&filterPart=&pop=flush&prst=0&shdPart=2321799&sid=MMLxexpertxmerch . If you would like more assistance, reply to this thread and I will be glad to assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
May 01, 2012
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Hi, and thanks. I replaced the Bi metal thermostat and the coils are fine they do not stay frozen, and seems to be defrosting. However the original problem is back the fridge is freezing starting at the bottom. This was the original problem back in Oct. I replaced the defuser already back then. I have checked the defuser and go through the numbers and it does open and close changing the amount of air coming in as it should... What in the fridge now needs to be fixed? It seems to me that even on #1 the warmest, the bottom of the fridge freezes moving its way up. Almost like the fridge side doesn't know when to stop cooling... please help me out. it is driving me nuts...is there a thermostat control and or a thermostat in the fridge side? thank you, Nando

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Nando -
May 11, 2012
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Nando, if the diffuser has already been replaced, this could be a sensor or board problem. It can also be caused from the air flow through the bottom vent to the meat drawer. Sometimes plugging this vent will correct this freezing problem. Also check the freezer temperature. If it's getting excessively cold (below zero degrees) it can cause this type of problem. In this case, usually adjusting the control to a warmer setting will correct this condition.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
May 11, 2012
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Thanks Scott. I will stop the airflow 1st. Seldom do I hear the compressor turn off though. I have adjusted the temps to warmest. The meat drawer is where everything freezes. What is the next step to figure out if another sensor or board problem? I think I have a board problem or another sensor problem... Thanks Nando

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Nando -
May 18, 2012
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Nando, freezing in the meat drawer can be normal. This is the coldest section in the fridge side. If the freezer section gets excessively cold (below zero), it can cause the meat drawer to freeze. If closing the air vent does not help, there is a plug # 8201814 to completely close the vent. Now, if the control is set to the warmest setting and the temperature is getting below zero, it would lead to the sensor or control board. The control would be the more likely problem. A technician would need to check the sensor but these sensors are very reliable. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
May 18, 2012
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