Model #59655654500 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

  • Refrigerator Door
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  • Freezer Door
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  • Handles
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  • Fountain
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  • Hinges
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  • Controls
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  • Refrigerator Shelves
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  • Crisper Assembly
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  • Freezer Shelves
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  • Evap Fan Assy./crisp Light/waterfilter
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  • Freezer Compartment
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  • Compressor
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  • Cabinet Back
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  • Ice Bucket Assy
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  • Evaporator Assy./rollers/water Tank
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Refrigerator Part Discontinued

A:

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Barbara H. -
January 01, 2012
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This part has be permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and no substituted parts have been made available. I recommend getting in contact directly with the manufacturer Amana, at the link below for any recommendations they may have.

Contact Amana

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Korinna S -
Sears Technician
January 03, 2012
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Why isn't the ice maker working on my Kenmore refrigerator model 596.55654500?

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As you indicated, you could have a failed ice maker water solenoid valve. A contact in the ice maker module could be failing to close in order to energize the solenoid during the water fill portion of the harvest cycle. If the ice maker is not cycling at all, you could have a problem with the power supply to the ice maker module. You did not indicate whether the ice maker module is cycling even though it is apparently not filling with water.

There is a fuse in the ice maker that could be blown and would prevent it from operating since the L1 voltage would not reach the ice maker module. A technician would normally check for voltage through the black and white in the wire harness going to the ice maker. If the voltage is not present, then you likely have a wiring failure in the refrigerator that is preventing the ice maker from cycling since it does not have a voltage supply. This type of live voltage check is dangerous. I do not recommend that you conduct this type of test yourself. If you unplug the refrigerator and pull the cover off of the ice maker, you may see test points in the module as shown in the second and third images below. Your ice maker module may or may not have these test points. If it does, you can test and troubleshoot the ice maker using the technical information in the second and third images below. I recommend conducting resistance checks with the refrigerator unplugged before jumping any contacts to energize components. If you use an insulated jumper wire and jump contacts T and H, the ice maker should start a harvest cycle if the fuse is not blown. Do not leave these contacts jumped once the ice maker begins the harvest cycle. Leaving these contacts jumped can blow the fuse. If the ice maker module will not cycle, you may need to replace it. The part number for a replacement ice maker assembly is 61005508. You can order this part from the Sears PartsDirect website.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 17, 2009
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How do adjust a refrigerator door?

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If the door is not staying closed, it may need a new closer # R0181181 which fits on the bottom hinge. The closer is available at www.searspartsdirect.com . If it's only the top or bottom part of the door, it's usually caused because the door bowed. Sometimes the door can be popped back in place. If it's the top section, to pop it back in place, hold the bottom of the door with your foot while pushing in on the top. If the gasket just needs to be adjusted, use a hair dryer to soften and reshape it. Be careful not to get it too hot and melt it. If the door still won't seal, a technician may be required to determine if a new door is needed.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
April 27, 2009

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