Model #1069512610 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

Need instructions for installing door mechanism assembly for side by side Kenmore Fridge Model 1069512610.

A:

I can understand your concern when it comes to getting the right instructions in replacing parts on your Kenmore refrigerator. To help you while you wait for a experts response I have attached a couple of links below that can be of assistance to you while you wait for a experts response. Hope it helps!

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Maira E -
October 20, 2010
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I can understand your concern when ice keeps coming out of the dispenser. Unfortunately, the information you have received does not pertain to this model. I'm sending you a picture with instructions to remove the front cover of this dispenser. Be sure to disconnect power to the refrigerator first.

If the auger motor is running while the door is closed, the parts (door mechanism) that you have selected will not be a factor. These parts do not activate the motor. However, when the front cover is removed, you will be able to see how the door mechanism fits in place.

This type of problem will most likely be caused by a stuck switch # 814037 or a short in the wires. Again with the front cover off, you will be able to see the switches and some of the wires. I also suggest checking the wires under the top door hinge. When checking the wires, make certain the power has been disconnected. A good check will be to disconnect the blue wire from the actuator switch. Now reconnect the power and if the motor does not run, the switch will need to be replaced. If the motor still runs, it will indicate a short in the wires. If the wires under the hinge and in the dispenser appear ok, it will indicate the short could be in the wires inside the door. A technician will be required to make this check. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, additional details will be needed.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
October 22, 2010
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Why is water forming in front of my refrigerator?

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Following are some possibilities of causing a puddle in front of your refrigerator. In my opinion the
most likely is paragraph 4.

1. The defrost water on your refrigerator drains out the back of the freezer floor into a plastic drain tray underneath the freezer side. If the drain stops up, the water will back up into the freezer and you will have ice on the bottom of the freezer. You can slide the lower basket out of the freezer and look at the drain pan in the rear of your freezer.

2. Take the grill off the bottom of the refrigerator underneath the doors. Open both doors and pull on the top ends of the grill and it will just roll off. Shine a light underneath the refrigerator and freezer and look for a puddle or a track where water has run.

3. Remove the lower crisper in the refrigerator side and see if water is standing in the bottom of the refrigerator. If there is, look for where it came from.

4. Look closely underneath the freezer door for signs left by water running down, also in the area of the front grill for water having dripped down onto the grill. Check the drain pan in the ice dispensing area and see if it is holding water, sometimes ice cubes fall out and melt causing puddles, also sometimes water dispensers don’t turn off completely and leak.

5. Finally, if you have a pet inside the house, we sometimes find the area in front of the refrigerator is a favorite spot to use the bathroom.

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expert -
Sears Technician
August 21, 2007

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