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Ice Maker Assembly

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Part Number PD00002516
Manufacturer Part D7824706Q
Manufactured By Whirlpool OEM Info
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Part Description

Refrigerator ice maker assembly.  Does not include cover, shut off arm, or wire harness.  Reuse those from the original ice maker.  This is a new GENUINE Whirlpool replacement part.

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This Part PD00002516 (Mfg #D7824706Q) replaces these parts:

  • 0056504
  • 0056599
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Our Competitor’s Part Numbers for this part

  • 915772
  • AP4135008
  • PS2121513
  • EAP2121513

Repair Stories

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Part
  • Ice Maker Assembly
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Customer
Andrew from VA
Problem

Ice maker wasn't working.

Tools

Only a small socket wrench

Repair & Advice

I simply removed the old ice maker assembly by removing two screws with the socket wrench and unplugging the wires. Next, I transferred the ice maker bar and wire harness from the old to the new ice maker and then installed the new part .

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Part
  • Ice Maker Assembly
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Customer
Barry from PA
Problem

15 year old ice maker was leaking

Tools

this was pretty simple work - nut driver & screw driver is all

Repair & Advice

First, a word of advice… properly diagnose the problem. After almost 15 years of reliable operation, our ice maker began slowly leaking water outside of its internal tray that bled into the ice drawer, creating a block of ice as it froze all the cubes together. I figured it was a seal or gasket failure in the ice maker itself and pulled it out and put it on my workbench. The moment I looked at it, I was no longer interested in repairing it as the teflon coating had disintegrated and was flaking into the ice. So I came to Parts Dr for the part which amazingly... was less than half the price of what I saw on other sites! Turns out there were a couple reasons for that. First, no commercial intended here but… the PartsDr has the best appliance parts prices online that I've been able to find… so that is reason #1. Reason #2, and here's the important lesson, is that the ice maker replacement part was for the 'core' ice maker mechanism… not the entire device! The wiring harness, plastic cover & lower mounting bracket had to be salvaged from the old ice maker… which were in perfectly fine condition & worked just fine. However, if I had thrown the old ice maker out before getting the new one… well, that would have been ugly! All was just fine here, though. I simply transplanted these three items from the old ice maker to the new, installed the device in the freezer and everything ran 100%. For less than $70, this was a easy and inexpensive fix. Thx so much, Partsdr!!

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Part
  • Ice Maker Assembly
Product Rating
Customer
Robert from LA
Problem

Leaking water from front of ice maker causing ice to clump in bin

Tools

Screwdriver and socket wrench with nut driver attachment. Flat screwdriver for prying connectors.

Repair & Advice

Easy drop in fix for an icemaker in a Jennair bottom mounted freezer. Parts appear identical to the original equipment. As expected I had to remove some parts from the old unit as this part does not include them and install on the new one: wiring pigtail, wire arm, cover, etc.

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