DIY ice maker repair
A freestanding ice maker is a must-have if you routinely use more ice cubes than your refrigerator's built-in ice maker can produce. If your ice maker leaks, doesn't make ice or doesn't work at all, don't have a meltdown. Sears PartsDirect can help.
Click on one of the troubleshooting symptoms below to see the most common repair for ice maker failures, and use our articles and videos page for more troubleshooting advice and cleaning tips. Once you find out what's wrong, follow the step-by-step instructions in our DIY repair guides to replace the broken part and get the ice maker working again.
To find the owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your freestanding ice maker, search for your model number.
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