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PartSelect Number PS2003024
This double outlet water valve has a treaded outlet connection, and comes with all of the necessary screws, fittings, and brackets needed to make this valve compatible.
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:
This was an easy fix. The old one had cracked probably from the frige being left out in cold weather. Just remove the back cover. Unscrew the water line and two plastic lines and unplug the two plugs. Then remove a single screw that holds the valve in place and put on the new one and reattach everything. Good idea to recut the ends of the tubing to remove old crimp.
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Very easy. Pull out refrig from wall to access the rear, turn off ice water line and Unplug refrig from wall outlet. Take socket and unscrew the one (1) tap holding the unit. Remove the electric conections, pulling out from unit (there is nothing holding it in place but friction).Remove the main water tube (have papber towel for water drip, there will be some) Remove the two water tubes on top of unit (noting which tube goes to which relay)Reconnect electric connectors to the new unit, reonnect water tubes to the new unit, screw down the new unit.Turn water on and plug refrig back into AC outlet. That's it, 20-30 min.
removed part., got number, went online,found part, ordered part, paid for part, replaced part. works great. !
replaced the water valve - just precautionary with unit age.Problem was ice tray coating was breaking down causing ice to stick during harvest cycle - refill would cause water to overflow to bin.Removed bottom screw, loosen 2 top screws, lift ice maker up and lay over to expose wiring harness, unplugged, then reversed installationMake sure fill tube in back of ice machine is positioned in fill troughRecommend that on any installation use a commercial grade water filter system and change filters annually, this is the first repair because of that- unit is 18 years oldcommercial refrigeration guy
took nut driver and removed screw holding valve to refrigerator removed valve. Swapped water lines from old valve to new valve,plugged in selonoid wire harness to new valve reattached the water valve to referigerator and turned water on and forgot it. No leaks,ice and water in 24 hrs.
I took Ice maker off and found that water was continuously dripping from water line in to icemaker, I replaced valve and that solved the problem.
Turn off refrig water supply, remove cardboard rear lower cover, disconnect two plastic lines (one for icemaker, the other for in-the-door water dispenser) and one copper fitting (supply line). Replace valve (mounted with one screw), reconnect, test for leaks.The valve I was so sure was bad wasn't, replacing it didn't solve my problem. Turned out to be a frozen up icermaker water feed tube at the top rear of the refrig. The Fix: heat a metal rod of appropriate size in boiling water or with a hair dryer, poke it gently up into the water drop tube (sticks out just above the rear of the icemaker) from the inside and melt out the ice plug. Be sure to test this tube if you have the same problem, you should be able to disconnect the line on back of the refrig and blow air through the tube if it's clear. Saved the valve anyway for a spare.
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