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Kenmore 106.56702500 Refrigerator - ice maker not producing ice.


It is important to have your ice maker working properly with Summer right around the corner so you can enjoy a nice cold beverage whenever you want. While you wait on an expert to respond to your question I was able to locate a link to help you with other troubleshooting information. I hope this is helpful. Have a great day!

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Alina F. -
June 07, 2012

Alina thanks for the reply. I went to the site you suggested and the article said that I should check the continuity on the existing water valve. There is no reference on how to perorme this procedure in the owners manual and sears diagram of the water valve is not clear enough to determine how this procedure is done. Could you explain how this is done. From the picture there seems to be round opening that a probe might be inserted, but which ones. I have attached a photo of the valve shown on the Sears parts site. Thanks Robert

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Robert -
June 09, 2012

Thank you for your question. I know it can be disappointing when the icemaker stops working. I have checked the wiring and looking at the pictures you sent, this has the standard wire colors for an IDI icemaker. The icemaker in this model can stop working for a few reasons. Some are listed below:

  • The icemaker itself can fail
  • The water valve may not open
  • The optic boards can fail
  • The fill tube can freeze up
  • Freezer temperature not cold enough (should be 0 � 5 degrees)
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 will be normal and if it stays on continuous, when the flapper door on the left side is held in, it indicates the boards are ok. I�m attaching a chart for the led indicator. When checking this icemaker, tape the little flapper door shut and disconnect power to the refrigerator. To check this icemaker, slide it out, so the front cover can be removed, to access some test terminals. There is a clip located on the back right corner of the icemaker that will need to be removed, to slide the icemaker out. There will be a screw at the bottom of the clip holding it. I�m sending a picture with instructions to remove this clip. With the clip removed, slide the icemaker out and remove the front cover. You will now see the test terminals, which are marked (see picture). Now remove the 3 screws holding the receiver board on the right side pull the board out and disconnect the harness from the board. Place a jumper between the black and black/white wires (see picture). Now use a second jumper and place it between the L � V terminals on the module. Reconnect the power and with both jumpers in place, water should now flow to the icemaker (be prepared to catch water from the fill tube). If water does flow, the icemaker # 2198597 will need to be replaced. If no water flows but you can hear a humming noise, the water valve # W10159839 will need to be replaced. If nothing at all happens, some voltage checks will need to be made. I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, reply to this thread and I will be glad to assist you further.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem or doing any voltage checks yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services . If you need more assistance additional details will be helpful.

Safety Notice: Be sure to disconnect the appliance before performing any troubleshooting procedures. If you are not comfortable with doing any voltage checks or repairs that might be recommended, please contact a local service provider for repairs. Be aware that there could be sharp edges inside the appliance that could cause cuts or other injuries to yourself or others.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
June 11, 2012
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