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PartSelect Number PS11739118
May look different but will still function the same as the original and it is an authorized manufacture replacement.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
e.g. First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the two wires...) I connected the wires to the new vave and attached the inlet water lines screwed the 2 screws into the mounting bracket and turned the water valve on
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The water was just a drip for a few days,put a cup under it and woke up to a flooded kitchen on day 3. I found your site ,ordered the part around 2pm it was on my doorstep the next morning. I watched the repair on Youtube it was very helpful, I really wanted to throw away the cardboard backing so it was good the man said not to, so I let it dry flat and put it back on. The replacement part was a little different looking than the original but fit right in,screws lined up perfectly. Also it was helpful to know the 2 plugs are different sizes and could only go in thier own spot even though the colors where different from the original I had no problem with them. The fridge is 14 years old and I contemplated putting $ into it but I am so glad I did. I am a 50 year old female and did not find this a huge challenge. The Youtube site was a huge help. I'm telling everyone what a good company you are to do business with. Thank you and I hope I don't need you again to soon.
I cut the water supply off, pulled the refrigerator out. The most time used was to vacuum the dust from under and behind the machine. The replacement part was updated version of the originial. Remove old part, swap in new and push fridge back in place. I installed an inline water filter just to help with water quality. An EASY fix!!
I unplugged the fridge. I removed the lower back cover. I closed the valve for the water supply to the fridge. Next I took off the compression fitting that connects the incoming water to the fill valve. Then I removed two mounting screws that held the valve to the frame of the refridgerator. The two plastic fittings which connect the ice and water lines from the fridge to the fill valve were removed. Then the two pairs of wires unplugged. I installed the new part in reverse order, wires, plastic fittings, mounting screws, water inlet line. Voila! I'm very happy with the PartSelect service. My part shipped quickly and the price was good. It's very helpful to read the symptoms that others are having with their appliances so that I can feel sure I'm ordering the correct part! Thanks, Sara
Ordered new part, turned off water to system, drained lines and put down towel to catch excess water. Removed rear cover from fridge, disconnected supply water line from valve and drained it. Unbolted valve from fridge, disconnected water lines to icemaker and water dispenser, and disconnected electrical wires from valve solenoids.Installed new valve in reverse order, turned water back on, and checked for leaks. Tested icemaker and water dispenser for normal operation.
Shut off water supply, pulled electric plug, opened the back and unscrewed the unit from the frame, disconnected the water tubes to the unit and the electric connection clips.Installed the new unit, hooked everything back-up, and followed the suggestion to run out at least 2 gallons of water to flush out the filter and it worked like a charm..........
removed the two mounting screws, then removed the two electrical connectors, the water supply line, and two water feed lines. replaced in reverse order.
Pulled unit forward cleaned vacuum back of unit remove lint dust ect, use circuit test light power to inlet plug (water side)soleniod coil did not click or work but did get hot,removed 1/4 screws from mounting tab and wrote parts # down went online to parts select ordered part two days later pulled unit forward and unplugged it, turned water off removed water lines and removed plug wires reinstalled new unit powered up and turned water on test for leaks ran water for a little bit purge system, installed rear cover works as good as new!! Very easy replacment! Jm
Shut off water supply,to refrigerator. Then removed cardboard backing covering inlet value. Shut off electric, removed water supply lines and cleaned out with air. Disconnected value and replaced with new one , all fittings fit perfect you can not make a mistake. Plugged in refrigeratoe and turned on water supply. In about one hour had ice again. The repair took about one hour. Very happy with results. Thank you part select.
We bought our house and discovered the ice maker and water did not work so my husband diagnosed the problem and we ordered the part. It arrived really fast and because he was out of town, my son and I decided to replace the part ourselves. It took less than 15 minutes. I was concerned about reattaching the wires because the old part was removed, but it was simple because the terminals were different so you cant mix them up. The lines were easy to reattach also.
Removed inlet water line then removed two outlet lines.unplugged electrial lines removed valve and replaced it with new valve.Very easy job took about 15 min.
First, I turned off the water supply to the refrigerator. I then used the nutdriver to remove the cardboard covering over the water valves. I removed the two screws and three water lines from the valve with the adjustable wrench and I disconnected the electrical wires from the valves. And then reversed the process and installed the new valve. also, wanted to note that the repair parts came very promptly.
I turned off the water going to the ice maker/water dispenser at the wall. On the back of the refrigerator I removed the 4 screws holding on cardboard insulation cover located at the bottom. I removed the 2 screws holding the inlet valve in place. I disconnected the water lines and unplugged the power connector to the inlet valve. I reversed the process putting the new valve in place and turned the water back on. It works perfectly!
shut the power off,on the back ,shut the water off,removed from the bottom all screws from the paper cover,disconnect the water line,unscrew 2 screws from the bracket of the solenoid valve disconnect the wires form the both water and ice maker valve(make shure when you plugg back in do it on right side go by the color wires)
We were lucky we were home, 1/2 hour later we would have been gone and damage would have been extensive. None of stores in town had the part so checked the internet found this one in just a few minutes saved about $15.00. Valve arrived 3 days later pulled the refrigerator away from the wall, gathered the tools, layed down on the floor, installed the valve, turned on the water and everything is fine. I did have the wires and water lines marked so new how to hook them up correctly. All is well that ends well.
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