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PartSelect Number PS1483583
This part is a possible option when ice door won't open or shut properly or when water is not dispensing.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I replaced the door and soleniod and the other parts and it works great now
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I followed they instructions from the other "do it your selfers" but only replaced the solenoid. This was the cause. Rust was keeping solenoid plunger from moving and this held the flapper door open. Very easy to repair!
Went on this site, found out many others like me had the flap door stuck open problem, it would not shut after you went for ice. I needed a new solenoid that opens when the ice is dispenced and closes afterwards not allowing the warm ambient air to come up the shoot which frosts the ice and melts it. It shipped QUICK and now I have a working ice maker dispenser from the outside. Its been 2 YEARS of opening the door and reaching into the ice maker bin for ice! Thanks PartSelect
Ordered new solenoid so the flap would close. That did the trick.
Take the face (the part with the buttons on the outside) off, disconnect wired connectors (three), take the screws out of the part behind that (4), and then find the solenoid value (on the right). It's attached with three screws. Mine was rusted beyond belief. I knew this was the problem, ordered a new solenoid valve, put it back in place with three screws (use new screws that fit, not the old rusty ones if possible). When testing, make sure you give the flap a couple of seconds to close. There is a delay, and I initially wasn't patient enough so I had to disassemble and assemble an extra time because of this.Simply put: If your solenoid value is rusted and the value won't operate smoothly, order the part and install it. This is as easy as any repair could be.
I used a mirror to locate the two small plastic tabs located on the underside of the ice dispenser light. I used a small flat blade screwdirver to push the plastic tabs forward to release the ice/water selector unit. I read about someone that did not see the tabs and ended up removing the inside of the freezer door, a two hour task! The ice and water control unit then slides out. remove the four rusty screws holding the dispensert and ice chute, the selenoid isthen easy to see.Just replace the solenoid if your are having problems, I tried to lube it but to now avail. There is some rust in there so good time to clean up and put new screws in. Be care when removing the plastic lock tab on the circut board it breaks easely. If it does no big deal just make sure the connection is pushed in all the way. test your handy work before buttoning up. The solenoid comes with a new plunger so don't worry about cleaning the old one. The screws do not come with.
with a small screwdriver push in tabs in upword movement to remove the face cover for the three botons of ice crushed ice and water .once removed remove four screw to take out the circular door .solinoid plunger will be atached to the door and it has to screws holding the solinoid .instolation is the oposit steps of removing the part
This GE fridge came with our new cottage. It was built in 2002. I noticed the ice maker door was not shutting properly. I took the door apart and found the solenoid 'push arm' was rusted in-place. I found parts select on line and was impressed how easily it was to find the parts I needed on the schmatic drawings. The parts arrived within a few days. It took about 15 minutes to reassemble. The fridge looks and works like new! Thank you!
remove the front of were the ice and water comes outthen un scerw 4 scerw and the solenoid slides out unhook the wires and put the new one in
Replaced rusted solenoid.Popped front button panel off from the bottom using flat head screwdriver; Removed 4 screws holding electronics board and disconnected wires. Unscrewed 3 phillips head screws on old solenoid and replaced with new part. Reconnected wires to board, screwed back in, and pushed panel back into to place.Thumbs up to PartSelect - fast, straightforward service and fast delivery.
I removed the door cover plate and disconnected the circuit board, then four screws. The part was corroded in place. Upon removing three screws and cleaning the surface, the new part was an exact fit, replaced it and everything works like new.
I followed the instructions on a posted desctiption. It workded perfectly. Replacing the inner door panel was not as difficult as described. Just start the process with the screws in the middle of the door. Those two screw holes were not slots. All of the remaining screw holes had slots. I installed all of the door screws before tightening any. I workded right the first time.
removed the control panel ,using a paper clip, removed five screws, disconected wire connector, and removed the solenoid. reversed procedure to reassemble. ordered the part one day and received it the next day. Thank you for the prompt response.
repair was easy, just removed control panel and removed screws from solenoid, switched out with new, was done in minutes
1. Remove outside panel (snaps off)2. Remove Control panel 4 screws3. Remove Solenoid by taking out 2 bottom screws4. Remove solenoid weight from crank lever5. Place new solenoid weight from crank lever6. Insert weight in solenoid7. Place back 2 bottom screws solenoid8. Place back Control panel screws9. Snap back into place outside panel
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