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Kenmore Refrigeratormodel #25354703403

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ice maker wiring harness--- A replacement ice maker

A replacement ice maker has a 4 wire harness. The one in my now has 6. What should i do?

Posted June 09, 2011

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Barbara H. , June 09, 2011

I can see the dilemma with this wiring harness. If you can add the model number of your refrigerator to this thread, it will help the expert provide a better answer. If you wish to confirm the part at Sears Parts Direct for your model I added the link below.

charles, June 09, 2011

my model # is 253.54703403

Lyle W , June 11, 2011

Thanks for providing that model number.

The wiring diagram for the ice maker in this refrigerator is shown in the image below. That wiring diagram only shows 4 wires going to that ice maker. You seem to indicate that the old ice maker has a 6 wire harness. Are there 6 wires in the refrigerator side of the wiring harness? Let me know the colors if you have extra wires in that harness that are not shown in the wiring diagram below. If the refrigerator side of the harness only has 4 wires as shown in the diagram below and the harness for the new ice maker does not match on to the plug on the refrigerator, you may be able to connect the ice maker using some wire nuts. Just cut off the plugs (with the refrigerator unplugged ) and strip the ends of the wires. Connect the like colored wires together.

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