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 Posted: Sun Oct 24th, 2010 03:13 am
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Sounds like you need to replace the icemaker-- crack in the mold==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Ice-Maker-Assembly/1266866?modelNumber=LFC25760ST

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Thanks.  Been a tough couple of days.  Obviously the ice maker has moved down the priority line.:(

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Before you replace the ice maker you need to make sure it's not the water valve not shutting off all the way and dripping too much water into the ice maker. This would typically be an intermittant problem with a variable volume of water leakage. The chance of the ice mold being cracked is extreamly rare. You can use a mirror to look at the fill tube that comes from the back wall to the rear of the im. Watch for water still dripping from the fill tube after the valve shuts off. The water level in the mold should not reach the top edge of the mold. If it does it can overflow. The im determines when and for how long the water valve will be activated. If the valve is staying on too long then either the im is telling it to or the relay on the main computer is sticking. If it continues to drip after shutting off the valve is bad. The water valve is is where I place my bet.



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