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 Posted: Sat Apr 16th, 2005 02:38 pm
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Frank wrote:


Most honorable Samurai,

Somewhere on this site was an instruction to jump a Whirlpool new style modular icemaker motor to make it cycle so that you can check the voltage hit at the water inlet valve. Can't find it now. I suspect the inlet valve, although it is making a noise when I put voltage directly to the terminals. What holes in the module do you jumper to cycle the blamed thing along.


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