Model #10659919700 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

How do I reset my icemaker?

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I think you might be referring to the auger inside the bucket not dispensing the ice. The only lever type device that turns the ice, is the auger. There is no reset for this. Sometimes the ice will get jammed or stick together, try emptying about half of the bucket and then see if it will dispense the ice.

If you mean the icemaker is not dumping the ice, there is not a reset for it. This type of problem could be temperature related (not cold enough) or the icemaker itself may have failed. You can check the temperature by placing a thermometer between some packages, air temperature is not a good check. The proper freezer temperature should be between 0 - 5 degrees. If you need more assistance, you can resubmit your question with more details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 02, 2009
Q:

What causes my Kenmore refrigerator model number 106.59919700 ice maker to stop working?

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Core Issue: What causes my Kenmore refrigerator model number 106.59919700 ice maker to stop working?

Occasionally, for no apparent reason, cubes can and will get jammed, requiring customer to manually remove them. However, if cubes get jammed frequently, it could be from any of the following causes:

  • Freezer temperature too cold
  • Cubes are too large (bridging)
  • Cubes are too small (hollow)

Freezer temperature too cold: Normal freezer temperature should be 0 - 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Cubes are too large (bridging): If cubes are too large and / or bridging together, ice maker is getting too much water, likely caused from water supply pressure being too high. Call a qualified technician or licensed plumber to check / repair.

Cubes are too small (hollow): If cubes are too small and/or hollow, ice maker is getting too little water, likely caused from water supply pressure being too low.

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Luis L -
Sears Technician
November 28, 2009

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