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Old 04-16-2013, 03:44 PM
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They seem to be a little bit longer than they used to be.
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Looks like the ice maker itself is bad.

- The ice maker Part number: 2198597

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Hi Gene
My refridgerator is model KSCS25INSS00 and there's ice in the tray but does not dispense to bin as of yesterday. I looked at the flashing light on the right and it flashes twice then pause twice pause pattern with 'door' open or closed. Does that mean it needs a new PC board? If so are there specific instructions on how to change?

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My refridgerator is model KSCS25INSS00 and there's ice in the tray but does not dispense to bin as of yesterday. I looked at the flashing light on the right and it flashes twice then pause twice pause pattern with 'door' open or closed. Does that mean it needs a new PC board? If so are there specific instructions on how to change?

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Perform the troubleshooting as instructed in the attached file and post the results.

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Default Emitter board

Where is the emitter board located. The IDE maker led light flashes twice, even when the door simulator is pushed in. I believe the emitter board is the culprit. Is this a correct assumption.
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What is the complete model number of the refrigerator?

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Gene, I hate to beat a dead horse with this and I am sure that this is a continuous question/issue that people bring up to you. I've read through the forum on the ice maker issue and looked through the trouble shooting guide that you've posted, however, I am unclear on what to do/how to figure out what may be wrong. Anyhow, I have a KitchenAid refrigerator, Model # KSCS25INSS00, Serial # SR4841204, MFG Date: 12-04. The freezer was spewing water all over the inside and leaking out on the floor, turned off the water supple and the ice maker switch on the inside, right side of the freezer. I later turned the water supply and ice maker switch back to on, yet no ice was dispenced from the maker into the door container. I removed the ice maker and there is ice in the maker, but it is not ejecting. There was a minimal amount of frost in the water feeder tube that feeds the ice maker. When the freezer door is open, the LED pulses twice, when i depress the flapper on the left inside of the freezer, the LED becomes solid. I checked voltage between L and N on the ice maker and got nothing, disconnected the connector to the ice maker and voltage between line and neutral on the connector only showed about 90VAC. What further troubleshooting steps can I take to figure this out? Thanks.

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Default Low voltage at wiring harness

Similar to post above, I have no voltage between L & N which if I'm following this thread correctly seems like a bad icemaker.

But at the wiring harness, I only get about 35 VAC between black and white. Does that imply that there is a bigger problem somewhere deep inside the fridge electronics?

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Default ice maker not working

Not sure if I'm entering this forum correctly but have same problem n appreciate any help/guidance/recommendation. Kitchen aid KSBS25INBLOO with ice maker #2198597 stopped making ice. Watched videos n checked all I could. Everything "seems" ok ---no corrosion on any copper electrical connections etc---no mold buildup--orange/red light flashes and goes steady as appropriate----ejector arms in up position but no water enters/flows into mold chamber. Don't know if need new ice maker unit or water flow valve---or whatever. Any thoughts/recommendations appreciated. Thx much!
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Default KitchenAid ice maker not working

Hi Gene, where can I find the wiring diagram to test the ice maker? I have a KitchenAid KSCS25FVSS01
The LED blinks twice with the door open, simulate door closed and the LED goes out, close the flapper on the left and no change, no water going into the ice maker, water on the door is fine, filter is fine, freezer is 0 degrees and ice maker is in ON position. Thanks you
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