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$104.21
10% Off MSRP: $115.95

Refrigerator icemaker assembly, modular style. The new icemaker does not include a new cover, ice level arm, or wire harness, these components will need to be reused from original icemaker.

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$97.78

Ice maker kit that includes two wire harnesses. The ice maker itself will have part number WPW10300024 on it when you receive it. That is the correct ice maker that comes inside this kit.

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$96.08
20% Off MSRP: $119.99

Refrigerator icemaker. This item does not include a new shut off arm. To remove the existing shut off arm from the old icemaker, lift it to the up position, unhook it from the fill cup bearing, and pull it out of the module.

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$163.11

Refrigerator Icemaker assembly. This icemaker fits models that have the icebucket in the door. The bottom mounting bracket on the old icemaker must be reused.

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$65.68
6% Off MSRP: $69.82

Ice container, no auger parts

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$97.83

Refrigerator replacement icemaker. Does not include front cover or shut-off arm, use these parts from old icemaker. Makes 8 radius ice cubes. If the mold where cubes are made is flaking or corroded it is time for a new ice maker assembly. *Use model number to find correct icemaker.

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$97.67

Refrigerator add-on icemaker kit with 4 wire harness and connector for freezer. This kit includes the icemaker, ice bin, inlet valve, fill tube, and hardware. *For 4 wire 8 terminal IM see Recommended Parts.

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$145.72

Add-on icemaker kit. Icemaker has 4 wire 8 terminal plug for freezer connection.

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$178.49

Replacement ice maker. The new icemaker does not include a new ice level arm, or wire harness, these components will need to be reused from original icemaker.

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$121.84
15% Off MSRP: $144.09

In-Door Ice system ice maker assembly

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Quality Whirlpool Refrigerator Ice Maker Parts From Repair Clinic

When your Whirlpool refrigerator ice maker fails, there are several things you can do to get it back up and running. Often times you can replace the entire ice maker assembly by simply removing the old broken ice maker and replacing the entire assembly with a new one. You can also replace individual parts of the ice maker including the ice level arm, bucket auger, or the icemaker module. First, make sure the temperature of your freezer is set between 0 and 5 degrees Fahrenheit, and no more than 10 degrees. In order for those ice cubes to dump properly into the ice bin, it can’t be too hot or too cold. If the temperature is too warm, ice cubes will take longer to form or not form at all. If the temperature is too cold, the ice won’t work at all and even though water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit most freezers specify a minimum temperature for ice production. An icemaker is like Goldilocks, it can’t be too hot or too cold, in order to make ice it has to be just right.