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Time of repair:
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Phillips Screwdriver, Flat blade screwdriver
Ice maker was making a clicking noise and it started producing less and less ice until it completely stopped making ice.
My Repair & Advice:
1. Turn off and unplug refrigerator.
2. Remove ice bin.
3. Remove phillips screw on the left side in the middle of ice compartment in the front.
4. With the screw removed, pry out the cover by using a flat blade screw driver.
5. Unplug the wiring harness that leads to the ice maker by squeezing the clip and pulling out.
6. To remove the ice maker, pull down on the tab at the top center of the ice maker while pulling the ice maker towards you.
7. Take the old ice maker out and install the new ice maker in the reverse order.
8. Wait a few hours for it to cool back down, and enjoy your freshly made ice!
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