Model #4029 IBM Printer

  • Assembly 1: Covers
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  • Assembly 2: Lower Frame
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  • Assembly 3: Print Head
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  • Hinge Plate Base Assembly
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  • Assembly 5: Upper Frame
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  • Assembly 6: Paper Feed
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  • Assembly 7: Paper Feed
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  • Assembly 8: Paper Feed Gear
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  • Assembly 9: Paper Feed Drive
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  • Assembly 10: Standard Paper Tray (200-sheet)
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  • Assembly 11: Paper Tray (500-sheet)
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  • Assembly 12: Paper Drawer (500-sheet)
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  • Assembly 13: Fuser
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  • Fuser
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  • Assembly 14: Electronics
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  • System Board
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  • Assembly 15: Envelope+feeder And 100-sheet Auxiliary Feeder
    3 Results
  • Assembly 16: Printer Sharing Option (u.s. Only)
    3 Results
  • Assembly 17: Option Cards
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Q:

model 10670204990 refrigerator ice maker problem. Ice hopper solid block, ice in bottom of freezer, water on floor.

A:

I can see how upsetting finding all of this would be and it is confusing knowing what to check. I found a question from a previous expert post that although the question is a bit different, the results are the same that you have for your fridge. The model is the same as yours, so I attached the link below. Hope this helps stop the water.

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Barbara H. -
January 16, 2011
A:

Hi, Thanks for your suggestion. I'd actually considered, and then eliminated, the issue of a plugged drain. The drain was clear when I checked it this morning. While the unit had sat overnight unplugged and with the doors open, I still had considerable ice in the bottom of the freezer compartment. From what I can tell though, the drain tube was clear. I have thoroughly defrosted and dried ( with a hair dryer) the freezing compartment, removed, dried and reinstalled the ice maker,reassembled everything and started the unit back up. I'm waiting for it to chill enough that the ice maker will cycle. Given the fact that there was a block of ice in the collection hopper, I'm suspecting an issue with either the ice maker or the water valve.

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garyneilholt -
January 16, 2011
A:

I suspect the water valve had to stick open to cause that much water inside the freezer and refrigerator.

I would place a pan under the icemaker to catch the water that overflows, and manually turn the fill valve on for 1-2 seconds eight or ten times. I am sending you a diagram showing how to insert a jumper wire into the test terminals of the icemaker to make the water valve dispense water.

Make a jumper wire from 14 gauge insulated wire about 3-4 inches long. Strip about 1/2 inch of insulation off each end. Remove the front cover of the icemaker and hold the door switch closed while you run the test.

Be careful to only touch the insulated part of the jumper wire and insert the ends into terminals L and V on the icemaker. I am sending you an image showing the test points. The water should turn off instantly when you remove the jumper. If the valve is sticking you will probably see the water turn off slowly. If this happens you should replace the water valve. You can order a water valve at [www.partsdirect.com?sid=MMLxexpertxmerch]. The part number of the water valve is 2315576 and the cost is $40.29.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
January 17, 2011
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