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PartSelect Number PS8746144
NOTE: As per the manufacture this is an updated water filter. If you have never installed the updated filter or your old filter was made by Culligan, you may need the adapter to install the filter. See Related Parts.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Firet removed old filter, Installed new adapter, then installed new filter. used pump pliers to insure tightness to avoid leaks
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First I removed all the broken pieces with a screwdriver. I then installed the upper drawer slides and then the lower. Put the glass in was easy. All you had to do was put it in the slots on top of the drawers. The filter of course was unscrew the old one and screw on the new one. All in all is was an easy experience. Too bad it took us over a year to order the parts.
After receiving the parts from you guys, by the way, supper fast shipping, next day, installing them took no more than 10 minutes, put the cover plug it in, and fresh nice water coming out. Next day, the ice tray was full of beautiful ice cubes.So supper happy that I didn't have to buy a new refrigerator and I was able to fix it for under $300. I hope it can last now at least another 10 years.Thanks
replaced with new connector and it worked great. also replaced the water filter and that was super easy!
Insert a screw driver, in the space between the cabinet and the top to release the two latches, then swing the top open to expose the screws holding the lid hinge. Remove the screw of each hinge, and replace the two hinges.
Problem: The hardened ice crushing blades had worn the shaft causing them to "lay over" and get stuck.Remove the ice maker drawer. On the bottom remove two phillips screws to take off the front cover.The interior white insert in the front has two tabs that hold it in place. Releasing this is the hardest part. I used a small straight screwdriver to CAREFULLY pry the sides away from the tabs so that it could be lifted out. This removes the whole ice ejector and auger shaft.Lift out the shaft, leaving the crusher blades in order.Slide the new auger shaft into the crusher blades, pop in the back part and reassemble!
PartSelect ROCKS! Couldn't have been easier to do the repairs. Parts arrived in 2 days, everything I ordered was in the box. Minutes later my refrigerator was fixed!!!Thanks PartSelect, looks like I don't need the yellowpages anymore! P.S. I ordered a part I didn't need, called customer service and the return process couldn't be simpler. I will happily use you again and highly recommend you to my family and friends.
I called my favorite John Moore repairman who had been out a couple weeks before for my clothes dryer. I had briefly mentioned my icemaker problem to him then & he told me to remove the ice bucket, empty the ice, rinse it & re-install it. So when I called the second time & had him listen to the noise on the phone, he said I needed a new ice bucket. I got the model # off the fridge, ordered it from Repair Clinic.com and bingo! Works like a charm now. I saved at least $98 trip charge & who knows what he would have charged to do the same thing. Total charge to me for ice bucket & new water filter was under $150.
Replacing the water filter with the new style water filter was no problem...twist to the left, drop the old filter, line up arrows on housing and new filter, twist to the right and done.Ice maker was always crusing ice. There is a spring deflector wound around the actuating rod towards the back of the ice dispenser. Pulled the ice dispenser out, slid the damaged spring off, and slid the new spring deflector on making sure to engage the actuator rod to restore it's action. Easy fix.
I found that I did not have the strength to stretch the new spring enough to install it initially. Using a 1/8 or 5/32 inch allen wrench I removed the pivot for the arm that the spring applies tension to. This allowed the spring to be easily attached to the hole in the arm and to the post in the bottom of the refridgerator. I then used a small pliers to grab the arm in front of its pivot hole and pull it against the spring into position to replace the pivot. Replacing the filter was surprisingly easy. I turned the water supply valve off under the sink and easily unscrewed the old filter (about a quarter turn). I filled the new filter with water and srewed in in. No wrenches required. I turned the water back on under the sink and everything works great!
just had to unscrew old one put the new one in
On the filter just unscrew the old one, and screw the new one. and the switch remove the old one and repaced the new one. really simple.
got new filter
Took the old filter out and put the new one in.Easy Breezy!!
Nothing to tell it was just a replacement part that the old part was removed and the new one inserted. Works like a dream Thanks
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