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PartSelect Number PS11743223
The single outlet water valve may also be known as the water inlet valve and is compatible with your refrigerator. This valve has a quarter-inch tubing inlet connection. When energized, this part releases water from the supply line into the ice mold. The purpose of this part is to supply water to the water dispenser and the ice maker within the refrigerator. To make this installation you will need a quarter-inch nut driver and a sharp utility knife. To make this repair you will need to pull your appliance away from the wall and disconnect the electrical source and the water supply.
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:
1. Unplugged fridge.2. Unplugged wire harness from valve.3. Disconnected water supply from valve.4. Removed valve from fridge chassis5. Removed plastic tube from valve (supplies ice maker).6. Removed old fitting from plastic tube and attached to new valve.7. Attached new valve to fridge (only need 1 screw)8. Attached water supply to valve9. Reattached wiring harness10. Turned on water supply, checked for leaks11. Powered on fridge.12. Enjoy working ice maker.
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removed card board protection.4 screws. Unpluged refrigerator unscrewed the screw holding the valve but not all the way. disconnected the electric connection. removed the water connection after disconnecting the main water valve. replaced valve by reconnecting everything. Turned on water to check for leaks. Easy fix and recieved the part sooner then expected. Will highly recomend your fast service and correct part replacement. web site was easy to use. THANK YOU
Start: UNPLUG THE REFRIGERATOR FROM POWER! Then -1. Shut off water supply to ice maker.2. Remove panel from back of refrigerator to expose single outlet water valve.3. Disconnect water supply line from single outlet water valve.4. Remove single outlet water valve from refrigerator (one screw).5. Disconnect water line from the ice maker side of the single outlet water valve.6. Reconnect the water line from the icemaker side of the old valve to the new single outlet water valve.7. Re-attach the new single outlet water valve (with water line leading to the ice maker attached) to the refrigerator.8. Reconnect the water supply line to the single outlet water valve.9. Turn on the water and check for leaks.10. Replace panel covering single outlet water valve at back of refrigerator.Finish: PLUG THE REFRIGERATOR BACK INTO POWER.
The whole job went smoothly,just the way others have described it. Unfortunatlly the water valve was not the problem. The problem was that ice had formed where the water enter's the tray . and therefore could not get into the ice forming area and just spilled into the refrigerator. I removed the ice maker(2 screws and cable connector.) let the ice melt and reconnected all is well again.
removed the cover from the back of the refrigerator, and used the nutdriver to loosen screw on the single outlet water valve, removed the old water valve and the hoses to it. Connected the hoses to the new valve and attached to the wall of the refrigerator by tightening the screw. Then removed the old ice maker from the inside of the refrigerator, by loosening the two screws and attached the new one, I tightened the screws and then I was done. It is working great.
used 1/4 inch wrench to remove bottom screwand loosend tip screw and removed valve wires and water line
Ordered new part by the numbers and pics. and installation was so easy. I thank you very much
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