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August 23, 2022
Good morning. The dour ice Dispenser will not stop running until the bin is empty. The motor runs and the flap stays open for over a minute. What do i need to fix?
For model number LFX28968ST
Hello Gabriel, thank you for asking. If water is dispensed continuously, the dispenser lever or switch may be stuck in the "pushed in" position. Residue build-up on the dispenser is the most likely cause. We would recommend trying to un-stick the lever and then clean any residue build-up. If this does not help, you may want to change the dispenser lever (part number PS3534647). Sometimes it can be the issue of the dispenser micro switch (part number PS3529276). The switch sits behind the pad or lever that is pressed to dispense ice. Please feel free to ask if you have any follow-up queries. you can reach out to customer service if you need help placing an order. Glad to be of help!
1. Shut off water to refrigerator. 2. Removed bottom sheet metal cover (6 screws). 3. Removed leaking water inlet valve assembly from refrigerator (1 screw). 4. Remove water inlet tube (loosen nut) and tube back to refrigerator (pull from water valve after remove cotter pin washer). 5. Detach two electrical wire harnesses. 6. Install new water inlet valve assembly to refrigerator (1 screw). 7. Replace both water tubes to water inlet assembly. 8. Re-attach both wiring harnesses. 9. Turn water to refrigerator on. 10. Check for leaks. 11. Re-attach bottom sheet cover (6 screws).
I pulled the gasket off and installed the new one. It was very easy. All I had to do was to push the new gasket in place in the grooves in the door. The gasket I received was identical to the one I replaced.