Model #KSRP22FNBT00 KITCHENAID Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

What's wrong with this icemaker?

A:

From your description of the ice, only partially ready, it sounds like the freezer is not getting cold enough and causing the problem. The freezer temperature should be between 0 - 5 degrees. If it's 10 degrees or more, the icemaker won't work. The best way to check the freezer temperature is, by placing a thermometer between some packages. Air temperature is not a good check. If the temperature is good but the cubes are still not freezing properly, the icemaker # 2212352 will probably need to be replaced. The mold heater could be causing a problem. To check the water flow, pull the front cover off of the icemaker, to access the module. There will be some test terminals on the model and they will be marked. Use a well insulated jumper and place it between the L - V terminals. Be careful this is a hot (live) check. With the jumper in place, water should flow to the icemaker. If water does flow, the icemaker will need to be replaced. If no water flows but you can hear a buzzing type noise, the water valve # 4389178 will need to be replaced. If nothing happens, some voltage checks will need to be made. A technician may be needed for this. The parts listed are available at SearsPartsDirect . If you need more assistance, you can resubmit your question with more details.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 23, 2009
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This is fran789. After some more pondering, I thought maybe just using the hair dryer on the visible portion of the black water line wasn't good enough. So what I did was to get a smaller piece of tubing that would fit inside the the black water line and pushed up the tubing a little further. I then got a small kitchen funnel and inserted the tubing into the neck of the funnel. I then put the hair dryer into the funnel and turned on the hair dryer - making sure that I was using WARM setting. To my jubilation, there was ice in the bucket this morning! I timed the next cycle and sure enough there was water coming out of the black tube. There must have been some ice blockage further up the tube that was melted by using this method. Thanks for the previous answer, I'll keep it for reference

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Fran789 -
December 24, 2009
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