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PartSelect Number PS428536
This valve has push on fittings for the water outlets.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Pulled unit away from the wall. Removed backing from lower controls and compressor. Unhooked water lines and wires to solonoids and removed malfunctioning valve. Hooked new valve to the the plastic water lines, connected wires and mounted new valve to the back support plate.
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First of all I got the part in less than 24 hours without paying any extra shipping, great service.The part was easy to install, removed 2 screws and 2 plastic water lines, disconenected water line from the sink (turn off water first) and put in new part took less than 30 minutes and is working perfectly.
We replaced the water control valve. We took the old one out and put the new one in. We primed it and then it took off.
Pulled out the refridgerator and the valve is in the lower left corner. Disconnected the 2 electrical connectors, remover 2 screws with nut driver, removed 2 water lines. Install in reverse order. Works wonderful.
Shut down Freezer/refrigerator. Disconnected water piping. Extracted old water valve. Replaced with new one. Turned on water and power.Result, Ice cubes.
first, disconnected the power, turned off the water, marked the supply hoses 1 for water 1 for ice, removed the hoses and the supply water hose, and the wires, remove 2 holding screws from the valve, attached the new dual valve only needed 1 screw (due to the improved design) attached the wiring, and the marked hoses. and supply line to the new valve. put the frig back in place reset the ice maker. The next morning the ice bin was 1/2 way full. This unit is 15 years old and works like brand new now.
I could hear the pump activating....the sound of the pump, but no water coming to the ice maker.Finally, a minor flood in the basement, below the fridge. Pressure in the water line from the pump up the back of the fridge to the area of the ice maker...let go, sending water all over the place.I had tried emptying the contents of the fridge and the freezer to attempt to let the line thaw, in case that was the problem, but I hadn't waited long enough. It took 2 days to thaw the frozen water in the line to the ice maker..... but that was the problem.Interesting! the fridge and frezzer have independent thermostats, but when I turned down the freezer thermostat...the fridge went warm as well . The dual outlet water valve I bought, I'll just keep.
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