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Whirlpool 4317943 Ice Maker Replacement Kit RIM943

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  • Whirlpool 4317943 replaces Whirlpool part numbers 4211173 and 978556
  • Compatible with the following models: ED25DQXAN00 2ET18GMXJW00 2ET18GMXJW01 2ET18NMXJW00 2ET18NMXJW
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Technical Details
Brand NameWhirlpool
Item Weight0.2 ounces
Product Dimensions12.3 x 5.9 x 5.3 inches
Part Number RIM943
  
Additional Information
ASINB0025U0XCS
Best Sellers Rank #277 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 6, 2009
  
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Whirlpool Replacement Ice Maker

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to install and working GREAT!!!
Theresa nash
Did need to cut out the plastic piece at the filler tube, but sharp utility knife and it fell out.
JC
The ice maker was easy to install only took about ten minutes an it works great.
joey cargill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David on August 7, 2011
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The good:
1. The ice maker fits in my KitchenAid refrigerator and it works.

2. The price was right: $54 w/ free shipping.

3. The ice maker comes with more wire harnesses than shown in the picture. I'd recommend anyone who buys this, keep their old ice maker as you may want to 'recycle' your old wire harness just in case.

The not so good:
1. The fill cup needed to be modified to accept the fill tube. It's molded in such a way as to make this modification easy, however, in my case when I tried to cut it, it developed a couple of cracks. Sounds worse than it is. Not even a drop falls outside of the ice maker -- it's just a funnel. But the quality of this part is suspect - they should have used a softer, less brittle plastic that would cut easier.

2. The picture shows two shut off arms (the bent silver wire). Mine only came with one and it wasn't the one I needed. The shut off arm from my original ice maker fit in perfectly, so I just 'recycled' it.

Other info:
1. I purchased this from "Buy-It-Now Store". It arrived in about a week via USPS. I live in MD.

2. What shipped to me was Supco part# RIM943. I don't think this is a genuine Whirlpool part, but it's exceptionally close to the original part.

3. At first it didn't work, the thermostat needs to get below freezing. Don't be alarmed if it doesn't get going immediately.

Conclusion:
Should this ice maker fail in four or five years like the last one did, I'll buy it again. Issues I had were extremely minor. I'd have rated four stars (even w/ the cracks), but not including all the parts shown in the picture isn't right. Had I thrown away my old ice maker (and the old shut-off arm) before this arrived, I still wouldn't have a working ice maker. Seller should change the picture to reflect what actually ships, or change the product to reflect what's in the picture.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Retired Guy on June 2, 2012
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This was exactly the part I needed for my broken Whirlpool icemaker. This kit came with several different wiring harnesses and attachment clips to choose from, but in my case, I was able to unplug the old wiring harness and plug it directly into the new unit. I have a side by side and it was a little awkward to remove the old icemaker since there was not a lot of room to work. But I was able to do the whole swap in about 15 minutes. First, I'd advise you turn off the fridge. I removed the three screws holding on the old icemaker and then using a small slotted screwdriver removed the old wiring harness that plugged into the icemaker. I then removed a plastic bracket from the bottom that held the 3rd screw in place and attached it to the new unit. Inspect your old unit to see the if your unit requires a cutout where the water lines comes into the icemaker. This unit doesn't have the cutout, but it is prescored if you need a cutout. All you have to do is use a pair of cutters to remove the plastic so it will fit your fridge. I needed the cutout and while you need to be careful, it just takes a couple of minutes. Check your old unit vs the new unit and adjust the water level screw to match your old unit. Attach the wiring harness into the unit and screw the new unit in place. With three screws, mine was already level. If you had a 2 screw unit, you might want to visually make sure it was level. After turning the unit back on, it took mine about an hour before the thermostat was ready and it started making ice. Some folks have said it took theirs' a whole day to start, but in my case, within 24 hours I had a full ice drawer. Like I said, about 15 minutes start to finish. Update 12/8/2013 We've had this icemaker for about 18 months.Read more ›
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Advertised as a Whirlpool part. The part received was made by "Supco" NOT Whirlpool. DECEPTION and fraud is not cool. The unit appears to work but just the fact that I ordered a Whirlpool part and was sent some aftermarket one really bothers me. the arm that pops the ice cubes out looks cheaper. Time will tell not sure I am upset enough to take action or return it but know that this seller is deceptive.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Dwyhalo on February 13, 2013
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I order this unit because it's advertised as a Whirlpool 4317943 Ice Maker. The picture on the site shows a Whirlpool 4317943 Ice Maker. What arrived was a cheap Chinese knockoff.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Anderson on August 13, 2012
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This ice maker was a direct replacement for mine (Whirlpool PN# 4317943), even used the existing wiring harness. My OEM unit had an "ice maker plus" attachment snapped to the front that is basically a small fan housing that blows air across the ice tray. The white cover pictured pops off and the ice maker plus snapped right into its place. Three small Phillips head screws hold the unit in place in the freezer, the wiring harness is quick-disconnect type that has a plug on the end.

The device made its first ice in about 3 hours, some reviews do state that it takes 24 hours or so for the built in thermostat to work but that wasn't the case with mine. Local parts houses want $120.00 USD for this exact same unit, you can get it on Amazon for $40+/- and install it in 15 minutes. I saved the old unit and extra parts that came with the new unit for future use (parts salvage) if needed.

Update: 08/20/2012
While everything above is accurate the unit has failed in the last few days and is no longer making ice. I'm SOL as its now 9 days outside the 30 day return window as outlined by the seller. I'm going to have to get another unit and try again, still, buying two online is cheaper than one locally. Too bad manufacturers don't make things to last anymore.
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