Model #25354673302 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Water Filter ejects 25354673302

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Searspartsdirect.com is always a great resource to find the answers to your parts questions. Your Sears partsdirect expert will research your question and respond within two business days but usually sooner. Thank you for using Searspartsdirect.com!

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Alina -
March 12, 2013
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Thanks for contacting ManageMyLife.com. I'm sorry you are having this problem with the water filter. Usually when this type of issue develops, the filter housing will need to be replaced. However, sometimes this can be corrected. First, remove the filter and now, loosen the screws holding the filter housing in place. With the housing loose, now insert the filter back in the housing and tighten the screws. This procedure helps realign the filter to the housing. If it still leaks now, the housing # 240396002 will need to be replaced. It's available at SearsPartsDirect.com.

If this doesn't work I would suggest setting service. Service can be set at SearsHomeServices.com.

Please feel free to let me know if you need further assistance.

Thank you for using ManageMyLife.com.

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Jonathan B -
Sears Technician
March 12, 2013
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So, Sears creates a defective filter and now it is our problem to fix. Why don't you just make a filter that fits?

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Lori -
September 26, 2013
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model 25354673302 ice tray parts

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I understand how this would be very confusing for you. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I have done some research on the issue. The cam drive (#3) is connect to the auger (#2), its clipped on. The auger (#2) goes through the drive blade (#17) and the drum (#6). This then goes through the plate (#23). The blades and spaces slide onto the auger and are secured with a nut at the end. This goes into the crusher housing (#41), the blades and the spacers shoud fit inside it. The end of the auger is secured with a washer and an E-ring. If the repair is to complicated you can order a complete assembly. The part number is 240323806. I hope this will help you.

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aashe -
August 05, 2011
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I have been looking at the parts list with the drawing on the website and do understand how all the parts interact. What I don't see is what was supposed to cause #2 to hold #17 in place so that the blade will engage #6, which forces ice out of the bucket.

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lance -
August 05, 2011
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Thank you for your question. The information you have received from Aashe is correct. The auger has a flat section on the end of the shaft and the blade slides on this section. The way it's designed the drum will fit tightly up against the blade and the plate will then hold them in place. If the blade is spinning free, it usually indicates that the hole in it has gotten enlarged and no longer fits snug on the auger shaft. This can be a difficult repair and it's usually best to replace the complete bucket and assembly # 241860801. It's available at SearsPartsDirect . If you would like more assistance, please reply to this thread and I will be glad to assist you further. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
August 08, 2011
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So, you are saying that it is simply the pressure of the ice sliding towards the front of the ice bucket, that puts pressure on the blade and directs it forward towards the drum and causes it to engage the auger and drum at the same time?

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lance -
August 08, 2011
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There will be some notches in the back of the drum that the blade will fit into. When the assembly is in place, the blade will also fit tightly in place, between the notches in the drum. Now if the blade is spinning free, it could be a defective blade, drum or auger.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
August 08, 2011
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What is the best way to "glue" back/reattach the drive blade to ice dispenser drum?

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The drive was never glued to the ice dispenser drum from the factory nor should it be glued. The ends of the drive should fit and lay in the molded recessed areas of the drum which would drive the drum. The drive should have a slight convex bend to rear of the ice maker bucket, if the convex is facing the front of the ice bucket it is on wrong and the end of the drive will not engage the molded recessed groove of the drum. Also, if the drum is installed backwards the drive will have no recessed area for the drive to engage. With the drive being slightly convex and properly positioned on the shaft, it will put a slight amount of constant down pressure on the drum so it will keep the drive engaged into the molded recessed area of the drum.

I added a couple of images below showing details of how the drive should be positioned in the grooves of the drum.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 14, 2008
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This almost exactly my issue, but the model is 25354673302. The ice maker has dispensed ice as expected for the past 6-7 years... nothing has been removed or would be intalled backwards, but my thinking was exactly what Kusina was thinking, that the blade was glued onto the drum. There is no fastener that appears to hold the blade onto the auger, only a square shoulder on the auger shaft where the square hole on the blade sets onto. The blade also sets into the drum into a recessed groove like Joey mentioned, but the problem is that there is nothing holding/keeping the blade there. It just falls off the shaft and spins freely when the auger spins. There does not appear to be any means of "downward pressure" to hold the blade in. Joey's image links do not work so what he said makes no sense. Please help...

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lance -
August 05, 2011
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