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PartSelect Number PS7784018
This part may appear different than the original, but is an authorized manufacturer replacement. This part releases water from the supply line when it's activated.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I put the new unit up to the old one to see exactly how it goes, took the 2 screws holding the unt off...Took the 3 water lines off with adjustable wrench, put back exactly the same way and it worked with no leaks
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Just follow the instruction that come with the valve. Easy.
I essentially followed the tips from all of the others that did these repairs and took the best from each. For the actuator, it helped to remove the frame of the dispensor from the circuit board that had the ribbon cable attached to it. This way, I could let it dangle loose without the weight of the frame while I replaced the actuator. I did not have the option of a helper to hold the unit while I worked on it. Also, one of the tips about feeding the water line up thru the bottom of the freezer door for slack was very good. I did not need to remove the water line from the dispensing spout which some readers found it difficult to replace if removed. Instead of chewing gum, I had a telescoping magnetic pick up tool that I used to hold the screws and the bracket in place while I fastened the new actuator....but in a pinch, chewing gum will work also. Lastly, the tip about breaking the little positioning hub on the left side of the actuator mouning area was good. If you do not use a needle nose to break this little bump it becomes very difficult to maneuver the new piece into position without breaking the new one.For the water valve, it was just remove the old. Disconnect the water lines (of course with the water shut off and the refrig unplugged), remove the electrical connnectors and install the new one reversing the removal steps. The water connections are the newer slip on type, so you just need to follow the directions that came with the part and cut off the compression fitting ends of the tube and slip them in.PartSelect .com is great and their website with the hints and tips is fantastic.
We followed the online instructions and tah-dah it was working...
Followed the instruction sheet sent with the water inlet valve. They worked perfectly. Super fast ship from PartSelect.com. Will order again. Thanks.
removal of the old valve to identify the problem took the most time. Once the new valve came it it was easy. NOTE: the old one had threaded connectors, and the new one is press/fit so the ends of the tubing need to be cut. The color coding and size matching are great.
Watched the video and read some comments and from that it was easy
Very easy repair, instruction were clear and easy to follow
Simple, I had a repair man come over and diagnose the problem. After confirming, I ordered the part and replaced it. Need to make sure you get the ice build up out of the fitting tnat goes from the back of the fridge connection at the top and the filler tube inside the unit, mine was iced over. Repair man wanted to charge me $250.00... with his service call and buying the part, it cost $120
remove the old one and replace with the new one and yes it was that easy. All of the lines and wiring connectors were color coded
took the back off refridgerator, disconnected water valve assembly, then disconnected water lines and electrcal connectors. also i received the part in less than 24 hours
Removed lower cardboard cover, shut off water supply valve, unpluged frig. Used wrench to remove 3/8 water line from water valve, removed electrical connectors from solenoids, used fingers to unscrew water connections from valve.
took existing water valve loose, removed plastic water lines and reinstalled on new valve and installed new valve into refrigerator
This is an easy repair. Unplug appliance. Remove the old water valve by unscrewing it from the frame of the refrigerator. Disconnect the cables and all the water hoses. The hose fittings are a different type: clip off the old connectors from the hose ends and push the hoses straight into the new connectors till they fit solidly. Reconnect the cables and screw the valve back onto the frame of the refrigerator.Unfortunately, my leak was from a hose, not the valve, so this didn't actually fix it.
Water was leaking so I replaced the entire valve and just followed the color codes and thats it. Plug and play.
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