Model #KSRG25FKSS15 KITCHENAID Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

Why is red light blinking in ice maker area?

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Ice is in demand more than ever with the summer temperatures. I did some checking and located a similar question that may help while you wait for the expert. I attached to the link below. I also attached the parts breakdown from Sears Parts Direct, which includes one for the ice maker. I hope these links help production of the ice to resume.

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Barbara H. -
July 01, 2012
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Thank you for submitting your question. The information Barbara provided you is good. The red light your seeing is to your emitter receiver board for your ice maker. The blinking LED light can be flashing a code that will indicate the problem. If it flashes 2 times pauses and continues this while the door is open, it�s normal. Please review the error code sheet below to see what's going on with your ice maker. Reply back to this thread with more details. Thank you for choosing Manage My Life.

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Tykara -
Sears Technician
July 05, 2012
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I've been busy so I just got to this. The blinking stops when I close the little door to the left...as it the freezer door was shut. I can rotate the fingers that extract the ice and the defrost cycle seems to be working. At times the reservoir is solid ice and then water. Richard

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Richard -
July 09, 2012
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To thaw out the reservoir you will need to either turn the refrigerator off for awhile or you can use a hair dryer to heat it up. If you use the dryer be careful not to get the reservoir and water lines too hot and melt them. At this point I recommend testing the ice maker and the water valve to see which is failing. The image below will instruct you on how to perform this test. Please rely back with your finds.

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Tykara -
Sears Technician
July 18, 2012
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Particles in water from in frig filter...not carbon.

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It can be frustrating having particles inside of your water from your refrigerator. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached some helpful links below that may provide information to assist you with your question. I hope the links that I provided are helpful. Have a great day!

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Alina F. -
January 26, 2012
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Thank you for your question. I can understand your concern about the water. What you may be seeing are cysts that can appear sometimes in the filtered water. The cysts (floaters) that you may be seeing, is bacteria in the water. This is not from the filter, it's from what the filter removes. Most all filters now, will remove the chlorine from the water. Without chlorine, there is nothing in the water, to fight bacteria from building up. To get rid of these cysts now, I recommend replacing the water reservoir, which should be located behind the crispers. It's possible the water tube in the door may also need to be replaced but usually replacing the reservoir will solve this type of problem. In some refrigerators, the filter can be removed and an automatic bypass will continue to allow the water to flow to both the dispenser and icemaker. Without the filter in place, the water will still have chlorine and prevent any bacteria buildup. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, reply to this thread and please include the complete model and serial number and I will be glad to assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
January 27, 2012
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Sorry to get back so late. I have taken out the filter and still get the floaters. Are they something that I can live with or do I need to get rid of them...not drink the water. Refig is Kitchenaid Model # Ksrg25fkss15. The reservoir is a rolled up tube how hard is it to replace? Thanks.

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Richard -
February 07, 2012
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Richard, thank you for the model number. Without the filter in place, it's possible the floaters will eventually disappear but I would recommend replacing the reservoir # 2256126 now. It's not very difficult. First, shut the water supply valve off to the refrigerator. One end of the reservoir attaches to the water inlet valve behind the cabinet and the other end attaches to a fitting under the freezer door. I'm attaching a picture with instructions of how the fittings work. With the lines loose, you can pull them through the cabinet now and remove the reservoir. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, I will be glad to assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
February 08, 2012
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Thanks for the info. I've looked online for the tubing, seen it for between $45-60. Running the water for awhile without filter to see what happens. Will look at the unit to see what it will take to replace. The fitting should that be replaced at the same time? Doesn't seem it would be hard to replace. Thanks

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Richard -
February 14, 2012
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Richard, the fitting is not difficult to replace. Follow the instructions you have already received but normally it does not need to be replaced. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
February 15, 2012
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Again sorry for the delay. Thanks. Running the water has helped smaller floaters. I haven't had time to get to it but i'm guessing that I have to go in from the front and back.

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Richard -
February 27, 2012
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Richard, yes you will need to get in the back of the unit and also the front to replace the reservoir. The crispers need to be removed to access the reservoir and one end of the reservoir will connect to the water fitting under the freezer door. The other end of the reservoir connects to the water valve behind the unit. I hope this will help you. Let me know if you would like more assistance.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
February 28, 2012
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Scott thanks for the info and help. Great site. Plan on doing it as soon as I get the coil.

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Richard -
February 28, 2012
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Richard, thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
February 29, 2012
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After the power went out my fridge won't operate and keep cool, Why?

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The refrigerator is very important in the home for sure. I am understanding the importance in locating a correct answer to your question. I have provided a link that provides a list on what to check for. I hope that you find the info helpful and useful just like how i did.

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celene -
March 01, 2011
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I know it's frustrating when the refrigerator stops cooling. The information you have received is good but does not pertain to this problem. This clicking sound indicates that either the starting device has failed or the compressor. A technician normally has a kit that he can attach to the compressor, along with an amp probe that will help determine which part has failed. Without the kit and meter there is no way to know for sure. In this case, a chance can be taken and replace the starting device # 2319792 and capacitor # 2169373. If the compressor still won�t start or starts but then quits again, the compressor # W10309994 will need to be replaced. If it runs ok now, the start device was the problem. It is possible that the power outage could have caused this problem. I hope this will help you.

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
March 02, 2011
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