Model #10655206400 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

How do you vacuum the refrigerator coils underneath a Kenmore Elite model 106.55206400?

A:

The instructions for cleaning the condenser coils of this refrigerator are shown in the image below. This is from page 18 of your owner's manual. You should be okay if you pull off the front grill and clean as much of the front area as you can reach. I don't recommend that you try to clean them any further. Access even from the back of the refrigerator is limited.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 16, 2010
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Why is my ice maker still not working even after I replaced the optics boards on the ice maker with part 4389102?

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If the status LED on the receiver board is flashing twice, pausing 1 second and repeating then this is normal. Press the flapper door on the emitter side down and do not block the beam. The status light should be on steady when the beam is not blocked. This indicates that the boards are okay. The technical explanation of the diagnostics for these boards along with additional information regarding the testing of the ice maker module is provided in the first image below. If the boards pass the diagnostics, then they should be okay. I recommend following the steps for placing the insulated jumper wire in the T and H contacts of the ice maker module to manually force a harvest cycle. Follow the instructions for this procedure carefully. Do not leave the jumper wire in the T and H contacts longer than needed to begin cycling the ice maker. Leaving the jumper wire in too long can damage the ice maker module. The tests and troubleshooting provided below may help you determine the cause of your ice maker failure. If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 18, 2009

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