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you can pull the dishwasher out from under the counter... once it's out the side panels are screwed in on the front and back I believe... you can take these off and get a better view inside the dishwasher.... also you can check the floor to see if it's caused any damage...

the food coloring is a cool idea, but make sure you just aren't overfilling the tub... if you pour too much water in it will spill over the front... I'd use a flashlight and poke around the base, look at all the hoses and any place where there is a hole going through the bottom of the dishwasher...   if all else fails suck the water out, take the sides off, and then run it while pulled out from the cabinet (provided you have enough slack power, water, and drain line to do so) and watch for water leaks,
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OK I think I am getting somewhere. Still cannot see where the leak is coming from but after many attempts and tests I may have something. I drained the tub completely and I turned the power off and the water supply. I filled a jug of water with a little blue food coloring and poured into the tub, Right away the blue water appeared in the over flow tub. Any ideas?
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This refrigerator is only 6 months old. We have had 3 different service techs look at this problem. They have replaced the dispenser (supposed to be an upgrade) and the control board and adjusted the freezer temp. Still, when dispensing ice, both cubed and crushed, it spays ice past the container onto the floor. We have tried different size glasses, held it at different angles, even with our fingers wrapped around the rim. It still sprays lots of ice past the container and onto our hardwood floor.

Our previous W-Pool did not do this.

Appreciate any possible solutions.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Whirpool Ice maker not working
« Last post by oxford on July 21, 2014, 03:20:39 PM »
If you have a old harness and and a old extension cord you can make a cheater cord out of the old harness by using the white wire and black wire with fuse in it and cut out the rest of the wires and keep the molex harness intact by were it plugs into ice maker and attach the extension cord to the other end with a plug and field test ice maker out side the box but you would have to jump out T and H at ice maker module.This just test that the ice maker is able to cycle which i am sure it is .Just thought i would put that out there.


Alright I'll check it out tomorrow. Thanks!
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Whirpool Ice maker not working
« Last post by dab147315 on July 21, 2014, 03:19:05 PM »
If you have a old harness and and a old extension cord you can make a cheater cord out of the old harness by using the white wire and black wire with fuse in it and cut out the rest of the wires and keep the molex harness intact by were it plugs into ice maker and attach the extension cord to the other end with a plug and field test ice maker out side the box but you would have to jump out T and H at ice maker module.This just test that the ice maker is able to cycle which i am sure it is .Just thought i would put that out there.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Whirpool Ice maker not working
« Last post by oxford on July 21, 2014, 02:55:01 PM »
So when you bought this new ice maker did it come with a new wire harness and if it did.Did you use the new harness.Have you check continuity of the black wire with the ceramic looking fuse from end to end.And i guess this ice maker has not cycle one time sense being installed?

I used the harness that the new ice maker came with.

I have not checked that continuity that you mentioned.

I believe it has not cycled as the fingers are still in the same place as when I installed the ice maker.


I am having an appliance repair man come out and tell me exactly what is wrong, I am having trouble narrowing it down. Keep you guys posted.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Whirpool Ice maker not working
« Last post by dab147315 on July 21, 2014, 02:00:43 PM »
So when you bought this new ice maker did it come with a new wire harness and if it did.Did you use the new harness.Have you check continuity of the black wire with the ceramic looking fuse from end to end.And i guess this ice maker has not cycle one time sense being installed?
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Checked things out and there is water in the pan. Where would be the most likely place that water is leaking from?
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Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Re: Jenn Aire JIC4430XB Induction Cooktop
« Last post by Hymes on July 21, 2014, 11:41:20 AM »
OK, so I did a bunch of research and made several phone calls.  All of the research pointed to the PART NUMBER: W10396546.  Now this is the BLACK glass top not the Stainless Steel one.  So this is for the JIC4430XB (B-black).  Jumping ahead a little I also check with a local parts place and confirmed the part number!

Now for the install.  I found the repair manual which only talked about 6 torx screws holding the glass on and that's it.  What it wasn't clear about is if there were any sensors, etc. attached to the bottom of the glass or stuff like that.  So I managed to get access to a repair shop and one of their service folks.  He confirmed that there are NO HIDDEN issues (sensors, etc).  That it is really just the 6 screws (2 on each side and 2 in the front) and then the back lifts off.  He said it was/is really that easy.

Lastly, what I found is Sears has the cheapest price at $292 free shipping!!!  http://www.searspartsdirect.com

Alan
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Whirpool Ice maker not working
« Last post by oxford on July 21, 2014, 10:42:30 AM »
Bump, New IR sensor board (one with LED). Still no ice  :tickedoff:
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