Model #10656646500 Kenmore side-by-side refrigerator

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Q:

ice maker 10656646500 Kenmore Side-by-side

A:

Hello Aaron. I am sorry to hear about this problem that you are having with the icemaker in your Kenmore Side-by-Side refrigerator.

 

Your details indicate that you could have some stripped gears inside the ice maker module. You could also have a wiring failure or a contact failure. Other mechanical problems inside the ice maker could also cause this failure. Replacing the entire ice maker module (part 4317943) is probably the best fix in this situation. You can order that part from this page: Icemaker Module 4317943. 

 

If you need more help, let us know.

 

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician examine and repair the refrigerator, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services Refrigerator Repair. 

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 18, 2013
Q:

Why are clear silicon looking things coming out of my Kenmore refrigerator's water dispenser when I get water?

A:

The debris in the water that you are describing is a harmless bacteria that grows in the water reservoir and tubing inside the refrigerator. The filter removes the chlorine from the water that would normally prevent this growth.

I recommend that you remove the water filter and flush about 1 gallon of water through the dispenser. Reinstall the filter and see if you have clear water. If not, remove the filter and flush the reservoir and tubing again with about 2 more gallons of chlorinated regular tap water. You can also leave the filter out for a couple of days if the condition is severe.

If you are on a well water system and do not have chlorinated tap water, then the condition may be harder to eliminate.

You might have to repeat this process periodically if the debris returns.

You can help the prevention by running water through the dispenser daily. If the water in the tubing and reservoir doesn't sit for more than a day at a time then the bacteria don't form as much.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 17, 2009