Model #59651672100 Kenmore side-by-side refrigerator

  • Refrigerator Door
    3 Results
  • Freezer Door
    3 Results
  • Facade, Controls And Light Shield
    3 Results
  • Hinges And Refrigerator Shelving
    3 Results
  • Freezer Shelving, Ref.lights
    3 Results
  • Cabinet
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  • Evaporator And Drier
    3 Results
  • Machine Compartment
    3 Results
  • Cabinet Back
    3 Results
  • Auger Motor Ice Maker
    3 Results
  • Ice Bucket And Auger
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Question and Answers

Q:

I have a Kenmore Refrigerator, model 59651672100 and the ice maker does not work. What do I do?

A:

If you don’t have any water or ice in the mold of the icemaker try these instructions. If the icemaker is full of ice and not dumping any, replace the icemaker.

Remove the ice bin from the freezer and look good at the icemaker fill tube above and behind your icemaker. If it is frozen up the water can’t reach the icemaker.

If the fill tube isn’t frozen up the easiest way to test the water valve is to swap the wires on the water valve. Pull the refrigerator away from the wall and unplug it.

  • Remove the cover across the bottom at the back of the refrigerator.

  • The wires for the solenoid coils on the water valve are in pairs. Unplug the wires from the solenoids and reverse them.

  • With the ice bucket out of the freezer so you can see the icemaker.

  • Plug the refrigerator in and open the freezer door. Hold the light switch in and get someone to depress the cradle on the dispenser for water. The water should run into the icemaker.

If water runs into the icemaker you need a new icemaker. If the water doesn’t run into the icemaker you need a new water valve.

If you have farther questions on your icemaker send another email and give us the results of these tests and we will try to help you.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 14, 2008
Q:

The doors on my Kenmore side by side refrigerator/freezer (model # 59651672100) are not aligned correctly at the top.

A:

The owner's manual has detailed instructions on leveling the refrigerator to adjust the doors. A 1/4" difference can normally be adjusted by properly racking and leveling the refrigerator. A technician will sometimes install a shim at the bottom hinge to raise one of the doors (freezer door in this situation) if necessary. Since the difference is only 1/4", you should not need a shim to fix this problem.

Here is a link for the owner's manual on your refrigerator in case you need it: Owner's Manual

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 11, 2010