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Refrigerator Ice Maker Ice Mold WPW10190929

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Part #WPW10190929

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MSRP: $160.00
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Part Information

This ice maker ice mold (part number WPW10190929) is for refrigerators.

Ice maker ice mold WPW10190929 holds the water in the ice maker assembly during the ice-making process.

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.

Reviews

1-8 of 19 reviews
R2show98
IllinoisReviews 2Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
R2show98• 2 years ago
Easy to install

Follow the instructions and you can't go wrong. ..

Charlie
Dallas, TXReviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
Charlie• 2 years ago
Easy to install.

It was mostly easy to replace. The hardest part was unplugging the power cable. I completed the replacement in about 30 minuets.

Steel
VirginiaReviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
Steel• 2 years ago
Ice maker install

Mostly a simple replacement that was not excessively time consuming.

Vick
Florissant,MoReviews 4Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
Vick• 2 years ago
ice maker

had to remember how to reinstall it but after a few tries it went ok it would nice if instruction were included

Reviews 1Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
• 3 years ago
Replacement for Whirlpool Gold ice mold

Mold as described and was smooth. Replaced a mold from a 2006 Whirlpool Gold. No issues with ice after installed

Reviews 1Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
• 3 years ago
Ice Mold Replacement

Ordered this to repair a leaking ice maker and followed a how-to video on another parts supplier's website (Sears charged less for the part). My fridge is a Kenmore Top Freezer but made by Whirlpool. Directions were pretty thorough and simple. The video didn't include the Max Ice attachment I have but it just naps on the front instead of the normal cover. Works like a charm!

joeko
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• 4 years ago
joeko• 4 years ago
Tight fit but not complicated

DON'T FORGET TO UNPLUG ice maker before removing. Unplug, remove 3 screws to detach entire unit from freezer, then remove the end plate (4 screws) and disassemble. Replace the tray and put everything back together! The whole job took maybe 30 minutes.

Willis508
Brandon FLReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 years ago
Willis508• 4 years ago
Easy purchase

Ice tray in ice maker was losing the non-stick coating after 9 years and began to leak. Easy replacement.

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