Model #FRS23R4CW2 FRIGIDAIRE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Electrolux icemaker 5304458371 installation 5304458371 Modeo FRS23R4CW2

A:

  1. Pull your refrigerator from the wall to access the power cord and the icemaker water supply line. Pull the power cord from the wall outlet.
  2. Turn off the ice maker water supply at the valve where the line connects to the wall. Unscrew the supply line from the water supply valve. Use pliers to loosen the connection to the valve if you cannot use your fingers.
  3. Lift the metal arm inside the ice bin to turn off the ice maker. Some refrigerators may have an “On/Off” switch located on the wall of the freezer, rather than an arm inside the ice bin. If this applies to your ice maker, make sure you place the ice maker switch in the “Off” position.
  4. Remove the ice bin. This gives you more room in your freezer and gives you access to the ice maker along with its connections.
  5. Release the icemaker from the freezer wall. Depending on your refrigerator model and manufacturer, two 1/4-inch hex head screws hold it to the side wall, or you simply pull down on the front end of the ice maker to release it from tabs holding it to the wall. The screws are visible directly above the ice maker, so there should be no question about whether or not your ice maker is held by screws or tabs. Use a 1/4-inch nut driver to remove the screws.
  6. Reach inside the freezer to disconnect the ice maker wiring. Use your fingers to squeeze the tabs located on each side of the plastic wiring harness connecting the ice maker wiring to the refrigerator. Pull the harness apart, and pull the ice maker from the freezer.
  7. Wrap electrical tape around the end of the wiring harness left inside the freezer and tape the wire harness to the back wall of the freezer. This protects the wiring from moisture.
If you are not comfortable doing this repair you can Click Here to schedule a technician or call toll free 1-800-469-4663. Hope this information has help you, any further questions or concerns. You will have to post a new question because at this time I can not reply to any comments. Again, Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com.
 
 

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Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2014
A:

  1. Pull your refrigerator from the wall to access the power cord and the icemaker water supply line. Pull the power cord from the wall outlet.
  2. Turn off the ice maker water supply at the valve where the line connects to the wall. Unscrew the supply line from the water supply valve. Use pliers to loosen the connection to the valve if you cannot use your fingers.
  3. Lift the metal arm inside the ice bin to turn off the ice maker. Some refrigerators may have an “On/Off” switch located on the wall of the freezer, rather than an arm inside the ice bin. If this applies to your ice maker, make sure you place the ice maker switch in the “Off” position.
  4. Remove the ice bin. This gives you more room in your freezer and gives you access to the ice maker along with its connections.
  5. Release the icemaker from the freezer wall. Depending on your refrigerator model and manufacturer, two 1/4-inch hex head screws hold it to the side wall, or you simply pull down on the front end of the ice maker to release it from tabs holding it to the wall. The screws are visible directly above the ice maker, so there should be no question about whether or not your ice maker is held by screws or tabs. Use a 1/4-inch nut driver to remove the screws.
  6. Reach inside the freezer to disconnect the ice maker wiring. Use your fingers to squeeze the tabs located on each side of the plastic wiring harness connecting the ice maker wiring to the refrigerator. Pull the harness apart, and pull the ice maker from the freezer.
  7. Wrap electrical tape around the end of the wiring harness left inside the freezer and tape the wire harness to the back wall of the freezer. This protects the wiring from moisture.
If you are not comfortable doing this repair you can Click Here to schedule a technician or call toll free 1-800-469-4663. Hope this information has help you, any further questions or concerns. You will have to post a new question because at this time I can not reply to any comments. Again, Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com.

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Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2014
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Q:

How to remove Frigidaire Model FRS23R4CW2 icemaker so I can install other? Frigidaire Model FRS23R4CW2

A:

  1. Pull your refrigerator from the wall to access the power cord and the icemaker water supply line. Pull the power cord from the wall outlet.
  2. Turn off the ice maker water supply at the valve where the line connects to the wall. Unscrew the supply line from the water supply valve. Use pliers to loosen the connection to the valve if you cannot use your fingers.
  3. Lift the metal arm inside the ice bin to turn off the ice maker. Some refrigerators may have an “On/Off” switch located on the wall of the freezer, rather than an arm inside the ice bin. If this applies to your ice maker, make sure you place the ice maker switch in the “Off” position.
  4. Remove the ice bin. This gives you more room in your freezer and gives you access to the ice maker along with its connections.
  5. Release the icemaker from the freezer wall. Depending on your refrigerator model and manufacturer, two 1/4-inch hex head screws hold it to the side wall, or you simply pull down on the front end of the ice maker to release it from tabs holding it to the wall. The screws are visible directly above the ice maker, so there should be no question about whether or not your ice maker is held by screws or tabs. Use a 1/4-inch nut driver to remove the screws.
  6. Reach inside the freezer to disconnect the ice maker wiring. Use your fingers to squeeze the tabs located on each side of the plastic wiring harness connecting the ice maker wiring to the refrigerator. Pull the harness apart, and pull the ice maker from the freezer.
  7. Wrap electrical tape around the end of the wiring harness left inside the freezer and tape the wire harness to the back wall of the freezer. This protects the wiring from moisture.
If you are not comfortable doing this repair you can Click Here to schedule a technician or call toll free 1-800-469-4663. Hope this information has help you, any further questions or concerns. You will have to post a new question because at this time I can not reply to any comments. Again, Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com.
 

Read More
Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2014
A:

  1. Pull your refrigerator from the wall to access the power cord and the icemaker water supply line. Pull the power cord from the wall outlet.
  2. Turn off the ice maker water supply at the valve where the line connects to the wall. Unscrew the supply line from the water supply valve. Use pliers to loosen the connection to the valve if you cannot use your fingers.
  3. Lift the metal arm inside the ice bin to turn off the ice maker. Some refrigerators may have an “On/Off” switch located on the wall of the freezer, rather than an arm inside the ice bin. If this applies to your ice maker, make sure you place the ice maker switch in the “Off” position.
  4. Remove the ice bin. This gives you more room in your freezer and gives you access to the ice maker along with its connections.
  5. Release the icemaker from the freezer wall. Depending on your refrigerator model and manufacturer, two 1/4-inch hex head screws hold it to the side wall, or you simply pull down on the front end of the ice maker to release it from tabs holding it to the wall. The screws are visible directly above the ice maker, so there should be no question about whether or not your ice maker is held by screws or tabs. Use a 1/4-inch nut driver to remove the screws.
  6. Reach inside the freezer to disconnect the ice maker wiring. Use your fingers to squeeze the tabs located on each side of the plastic wiring harness connecting the ice maker wiring to the refrigerator. Pull the harness apart, and pull the ice maker from the freezer.
  7. Wrap electrical tape around the end of the wiring harness left inside the freezer and tape the wire harness to the back wall of the freezer. This protects the wiring from moisture.
If you are not comfortable doing this repair you can Click Here to schedule a technician or call toll free 1-800-469-4663. Hope this information has help you, any further questions or concerns. You will have to post a new question because at this time I can not reply to any comments. Again, Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com.
 

Read More
Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2014
A:

  1. Pull your refrigerator from the wall to access the power cord and the icemaker water supply line. Pull the power cord from the wall outlet.
  2. Turn off the ice maker water supply at the valve where the line connects to the wall. Unscrew the supply line from the water supply valve. Use pliers to loosen the connection to the valve if you cannot use your fingers.
  3. Lift the metal arm inside the ice bin to turn off the ice maker. Some refrigerators may have an “On/Off” switch located on the wall of the freezer, rather than an arm inside the ice bin. If this applies to your ice maker, make sure you place the ice maker switch in the “Off” position.
  4. Remove the ice bin. This gives you more room in your freezer and gives you access to the ice maker along with its connections.
  5. Release the icemaker from the freezer wall. Depending on your refrigerator model and manufacturer, two 1/4-inch hex head screws hold it to the side wall, or you simply pull down on the front end of the ice maker to release it from tabs holding it to the wall. The screws are visible directly above the ice maker, so there should be no question about whether or not your ice maker is held by screws or tabs. Use a 1/4-inch nut driver to remove the screws.
  6. Reach inside the freezer to disconnect the ice maker wiring. Use your fingers to squeeze the tabs located on each side of the plastic wiring harness connecting the ice maker wiring to the refrigerator. Pull the harness apart, and pull the ice maker from the freezer.
  7. Wrap electrical tape around the end of the wiring harness left inside the freezer and tape the wire harness to the back wall of the freezer. This protects the wiring from moisture.
If you are not comfortable doing this repair you can Click Here to schedule a technician or call toll free 1-800-469-4663. Hope this information has help you, any further questions or concerns. You will have to post a new question because at this time I can not reply to any comments. Again, Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com.

Read More
Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 04, 2014
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