Model #10657032600 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Ref. not cold enough/ ice on floor of freezer 10657032600 Kenmore Side by side refrigerator

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Thanks for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com.

I am sorry to hear of the defrosting issues within the freezer that is causing the refrigerator compartment to warm, I know how frustrating that is to have occur.

The issue could stem from any of the components in the defrost circuit: the thermostat, heater, or timer.

Without testing the components with a multimeter, you won't know for sure which is defective. You can replace all three parts or one at a time, but testing them first to know which is defective is always the best approach.

For convenience, I have included some blue links below that you may click on to be directed to the PartsDirect site to view and purchase any of the parts needed to fix the issue.

Defrost Thermostat for Model 10657032600

Defrost Timer for Model 10657032600

Defrost Heater for Model 10657032600

If you would feel more confident have a Sears Home Service technician help assist with the diagnosis/repair, click here to be directed to the page to set up service.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
November 14, 2013
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Icemaker leaking 10657032600 Kenmore Side by side refrigerator

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Thank you very much for your question. Based on your description, it sounds like you may have a bad solenoid water fill valve. Before you replace any parts, I recommend that you conduct some diagnostic steps.

Check the wire arm to make sure that it is in the "down" position. If it is even slightly elevated, then the ice maker will not cycle.

Unplug the refrigerator to disconnect electrical power. The first image below shows how to remove the cover on the ice maker. Your ice maker will be slightly different but the procedure is the same. Your ice maker will have a max ice fan assembly on the front. Remove that assembly and you will see the test point contacts shown in the top of the second image. You can check the resistance of the circuits using a volt/ohm meter as shown at the bottom of the second image. If you don't have a volt/ohm meter, you can buy one at your local Sears or hardware store for less than $20. If the fill circuit is "open" (measures Ol -- open load or infinite resistance) then you could have a wiring failure or a bad water fill valve. Since the fill valve was stuck open, you will probably need to replace that component anyway. The third image shows how to use an insulated jumper wire to energize specific loads. If all of the components have the proper resistance, then you can energize the valve and see if water will flow to the ice maker. You can also initiate a complete harvest cycle as shown in the 4th image. NOTE: The refrigerator will need to be plugged in when energizing the circuits with the insulated jumper wire. Be sure that you do not touch the bare portion of the jumper wire or any other bare contacts when conducting these tests. Unplug the refrigerator when positioning the jumper wire and immediately after the test is complete.

This information should help you accurately diagnose your ice maker failure.

I really hope this information helps you today. For further assistance, please respond to this thread. Thank you for using ManageMyLife.com.

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dtova00 -
Sears Technician
September 04, 2013
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Thanks for the info. There is no wire arm on this model that I can see, only on/off switch. Rather than buy a volt/ohm meter, I'll just go ahead and replace the Solenoid water fill valve. No images came through on the reply you sent. thanks for your help

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Todd -
September 14, 2013
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Kenmore fridge model 10657032600 just wont stay cold freezer wont freeze. i can feel cool air blowing in freezer from inside vents. 2006 model. never been moved

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I know how important it is to have a good working freezer in the home so that you can keep your food fresh. While you are waiting for an expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with some good information about what may be causing your freezer problem. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
April 18, 2011
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Any start is a great start so thanks! It is no fun to open the door to a warm fridge, yuck!

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Lena -
April 18, 2011
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I'm sorry you are having this problem. The information you have received from Joseph is very good. If it�s not cooling at all, it first needs to be determined if the compressor is running. If the compressor is running, the problem will probably be in the seal system or with the compressor. It could be a low charge, a restriction or the compressor may not be pumping properly. These are checks a technician will be required to make.

If the compressor is not running, it could be a problem with the starting device, the compressor itself or if the condenser motor is not running. A meter will be required to check the compressor and start device. Unless you have a meter and are confident in your repair skills, I recommend having a technician make these checks. I�m listing a site you can access, to have a tech come out. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

If the condenser motor is not running and the compressor is very hot, the motor will need to be replaced. If you would like more assistance, additional details will be helpful and I will be glad to assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
April 20, 2011
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