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Motor Mold 628302


Part #628302

Replaced by #W10190935
Manufacturer substitution
This part replaces 628302. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
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MSRP: $110.00
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Part Information

This ice maker module (part number W10190935) is for refrigerators.

Ice maker module W10190935 controls the water fill and harvest function of the ice maker.

Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off and unplug the refrigerator before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.


Legrand IAReviews 2Votes 0
• 2 years ago
Bill• 2 years ago
Super easy to install

It took five minutes and started right up! I am very pleased!

Cumming, GAReviews 1Votes 0
• 2 years ago
Bro.Brian• 2 years ago
We have Ice Ice Baby!!!

Our ice maker on our 12 year old fridge we out a few months back, (10 months). Didn't really care about having ice, as we typically drink tap water anyways. But it was on the honey-do list so, when I went to look for a replacement ice maker found that every place was out or that it was going to be 6 months for the replacement. Then I found out the reason for the delay was due to a separate plastic part on the ice maker assembly. The motor was avaliable with in a few days.

The part arrive 1 day later than the earliest estimated day, which was still within range. After 3 screws, the part plugged right in. Now we have ice. It did take a little longer to ship then I had liked, 8 days total, but it was a lot better than the original 6 months.

Charleston scReviews 1Votes 0
• 2 years ago
Archer• 2 years ago
Easy to install.

Took one hour to remove and replace. Online videos did not match intrtnal configuration of my refrigerator

Woburn, MAReviews 1Votes 0
• 2 years ago
Grampa• 2 years ago
Old ice maker parts

Easy to install all parts and restore ice maker to like new condition. Have not installed in refrigerator due to recent shoulder surgery. Will have to wait several more weeks.

Wellington, KSReviews 1Votes 1
• 3 years ago
MensaMan• 3 years ago
Simple repair

My ice maker was grinding and the ice would jam. I decided that there must be a worn out gear or clutch. On our Whirlpool ice-in-the-door model, there was only one screw to remove to get the ice maker out, then three screws holding the module on. After removing these, the old module lifts out and the new one plugs right in. The whole process took less than 10 minutes (probably less than five, but who's counting?) The only minor problem is getting the unit unplugged. There is a locking tab that needs to be unlatched, then a bit of wiggling to get the connector separated. Not a big deal, but can be frustrating if you don't know about it or can't see it.

The module seemed to come adequately adjust for cube size, and the ice maker is making cubes at the same rate as when the refrigerator was new.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
sm • 3 years ago

Hello. We are so glad to hear you had a positive experience with Sears!! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Thank you for choosing Sears!

Humble TexasReviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
Stan123• 3 years ago
ice maker repair.

I found the part I needed at Sears Parts Direct and ordered it on line. The part arrived on time and after assembling the ice maker it works as good as brand new. Thanks Sears for having the part and getting it to me in a short time frame.

Ellensburg, WAReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
Doughuh• 5 years ago
Worked like a charm.

Lining up the control rod "blind" was challenging. It took 3 attempts, but I could feel it when I had it, and it was only three screws to try again.

Cape CodReviews 1Votes 0
• 5 years ago
3DAssoc• 5 years ago
DIYer dream. Plug and play.

Plug and play. I was directed to replace the valve assy first; cheaper than control unit with no worries about that, now.