Samsung Refrigerator Icemaker Heater Kit BA-00090

Size: Full Depth Heat Pad (8.5in)
Sale price$28.99


A new way to solve your Samsung Icemaker woes! 

After selling our popular secondary heater for the Samsung refrigerator evaporator coils, we now are introducing a secondary heater for Samsung icemakers that typically are rendered inoperable due to extensive ice/frost build up on the lower plastic cover. 

This kit taps into your icemaker's 120v electrical line which powers a heater to harvest ice in the icemaker. While this is running, the secondary heater runs to gently warm up the bottom of the icemaker to remove any ice or frost buildup from the housing that often forms. 

Each heater pad is designed to fit specifically for either full-depth or counter-depth refrigerators. Both have an identical heat capacity of 6 watts to ensure a gentle heat profile that works to keep frost away, but not the ice you want to use!

The Secondary Heater Fits the Following Ice Makers:

Full-Depth Heating Pad: DA97-12317A,  DA97-12317B,  DA97-15217A,  DA97-15217B,  DA97-15335A, DA97-15217D, DA97-15217DCM

Counter-Depth Heating Pad: DA97-13718C, DA97-13718A,  DA97-18859A, DA97-13718CCM

Instructional Guide:

Defrost Guide How-To

In-Refrigerator UI System:
In-Door Ice Dispenser UI System:
"Table-Top" UI:

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
John Branch
Ice maker stopped after a single batch

Good news is there is no frost build-up since I replaced the ice maker, drain tube, insulated the seams with extreme cold rated foil tape, and installed the pan heater in the new ice maker. The bad news is it made one batch of ice and stopped. Reseting the ice and unplugging the refrigerator did not resolve. It’s like the water solenoid is not working or not getting the signal from the control board? Still troubleshooting…

Jim Bickley
Ben's Appliance

Recieved quickly and in good shape. Have not installed it yet but will soon.

Eric Scott
Samsung French door feidg

I got my part and one ice maker had been knocked around on delivery and broke off taps , I let them know and they sent another , got it I 2 days so I recommend, all parts worked fridge working great and the video s big help. Thank you all for help! You all did me right

Susan Betancourt
Fixed for a while

So I waited to give this review in order to see how long it took for the ice maker to freeze. I was thrilled, I got 6 weeks without needing to defrost. And when it needed defrosting it wasn’t as bad as usual. I wasn’t complaining. Here’s the not so good part…after the thawing cycle (yes, with reset) the ice maker no longer makes ice. It stopped working. Not sure if the heater was too much for the FD cycle but there you have it. Good luck

Good fit, but…

Two thing’s I found after installing the defrost tape: I get water dripping from the ice maker under drain pan where the defrost tape goes. There water drips into the ice tray and turns the ice cubes into a large chunk of ice. Second, the wires from there defrost tape can get sucked into the ice maker and wrap around the ice ejector if you follow the instructions. I suggest first adding a strip of tape over the gap where you will run three wires from the back to the front of the unit to prevent the wires from slipping inside, then tapping the wires on top of the first strip.

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