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Water Tank Assembly with Bypass Plug
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PartSelect Number PS11738655
Manufacturer Part Number WP12956202
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Water Reservoir Tubing
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PartSelect Number PS11751727
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10276792
NOTE: As per manufacture this is no longer a tank. The tank style has been updated with coiled tubing.
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Refrigerator Water Reservoir
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PartSelect Number PS3618757
Manufacturer Part Number AJL72911502
The water reservoir holds the water for the water dispenser as the water chills.
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Water Dispenser Reservoir Tubing
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PartSelect Number PS11739924
Manufacturer Part Number WP2256126
This kit no longer includes the connectors. It is only the tubing/water reservoir. Note: This tubing requires an adapter coupler (PS369735) to take the tubing from 1/4 inch to 5/16 inch.
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Fred from Martinsburg, WV
The old resevoir needed to be replaced
The repair was incredibly easy -
1. Turn off the water at the water line for the fridge
2. Disconnect the pressure fittings for both lines running to the resevoir.
3. Remove the old resevoir
4. Install the new resevoir and run the lines back to the orginal fittings.
5. Reconnect the fittings, turn on water.
6. Drink water!
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Water Tank Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS2003501
Manufacturer Part Number 12002023
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RESERVOIR
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PartSelect Number PS3654989
Manufacturer Part Number W10502642
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Jeffery from RUSTON, LA
Had to replace the water reservoir on my refrigerator
The replacement part provided was not an exact replacement. The part did not include a water reservoir. Instead, it had a 25 ft long water line that ran from the water filter to the water connection behind the fridge. The long water line was difficult to deal with, did not fit easily into the space provided for the water reservoir, and is coiled up behind my fridge. The part did work, but I'm unhappy with not having the resevoir. Read more...
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Fresh Food Door Gasket
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PartSelect Number PS323900
Manufacturer Part Number 2159075
This door gasket is used to seal the refrigerator door when closed to keep the cool air inside and the room air out.
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  • Door won’t open or close
  • Fridge too warm
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William from Palm Coast, FL
bad door gasket
watched video. Very easy Read more...
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Water Reservoir Tank Replacement Kit
PartSelect Number PS469559
Manufacturer Part Number 5303918258
This water reservoir tank kit contains an approximately forty-two foot long water line tube, two connectors, and two screws. This is a replacement kit from the original tank which is no longer available.
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Suzanne from Collinsville, IL
Water resevoir tank was leaking
Manufacuturer does not make the tanks any more. Had to by a replacement kit which is basically a 40 ft. plastic tube worth about $10 but they charge you upwards of $55 for it. What a RIP OFF!!! Comes with a self-tapping screw that does not self tap. After 30+ minutes of both of us trying to get the screw to self-tap, we got the drill and started the hole that way. Got coiled hose in place and it is too wide. It is supposed to fit behind the fruits & vegetables drawer. But now drawer will not close all the way. Hose was bound too bulkily. this website was the cheapest place I could find the part. Paid about $63 including S&H. All the places I went to locally wanted to charge me any where from $105 to $127 -- not including taxes. Read more...
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Dispenser Water Reservoir
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PartSelect Number PS294082
Manufacturer Part Number WR17X4358
This in-refrigerator dispenser water reservoir tank comes with tubing. This tank stores water until the water actuator is activated and water is requested.
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Installation Instructions
Thomas from Sammamish, WA
Leaking water lines fixed.
The problem is the common issue that the proximity of the plastic water lines that leave the electrically controlled valve near the compressor in the bottom back corner of the fridge, means they become brittle and crack/break. Both the line leaving to the ice-maker that runs diagonally across the outside back of the fridge, and the line that runs under the fridge to feed the water dispenser failed at the valve, breaking off just where they start at the valve.

The result was I noticed a big puddle coming out from under the fridge (too late for the poor wood floor).

The solution, replace the parts. For the ice maker line, it is one thin line - its easy to replace other than taking care to uncrimp and recrimp the connection up at the entry to the freezer.

For the thicker tube, the one that goes to the water dispenser, you replace the reservoir tank that sits inside the fridge. It has the two lines leaving it permanently attached to the tank, hence you replace the whole thing. There are separate lines and a splice/union that can be used to replace just the last 6 inches near the compressor, but I chose to replace the whole unit. This describes replacing that water chill tank unit.

The tank sits behind the bottom 2 drawers in the fridge.. you see it when you pull out the drawers. It has two lines permanently attached, one runs out of one hole in the bottom of the fridge and to the back of the fridge where it attaches to the exit on the electrical valve. The other runs out of the other hole in the bottom of the fridge and runs along the side, then along the front from the fridge to the freezer side. There is a union that connects that line to another line that then runs up the freezer door. Remove the front cover under the fridge to see this line and the union.

To replace the tank, you have to disconnect it from both ends, where its held in by plastic nuts/unions. Water remaining in the lines will drain out when you disconnect them. I unscrewed the valve assembly from the fridge body and then unplugged the plugs to the valves to do the work (but left the fridge plugged in).

To do this work, I needed to raise the fridge side edge of the appliance, since the hoses route along the underside of the fridge. After you disconnect the two ends (at the union on the freezer side bottom front egdge, and back side at the valve) you can pull the hoses up into the fridge. Routing the new hoses will require you have at least that one side off the floor to get your hands under it. I got two 6" tall 4x4 wood blocks and tipped the fridge slightly, raising the right (fridge) side off the ground and slid the blocks under the fridge rollers.

To remove the tank, before you raise the edge of the fridge, there are two screws that you need to remove (top side and left side) from the storage tank.

I recommend that in addition to removing the bottom two drawers, you remove all the bins hanging in the fridge door, since you need to work in there with gravity wanting to shut the door on you. Once you have the tank unscrewed (and the hose ends disconnected) note which hose(based on where it connects to the tank) goes to which hole in the bottom of the fridge. Pull up the hoses from the inside the fridge. The tank is free..go put it in the sink and drain the water out.

Installing the new tank, remove any hose end caps and route the hoses back through the lower drawer support frame you pulled them out of, and feed the correct hoses back through the holes in the bottom of the fridge. I found it better to feed the longer one first, which leads to the water dispenser/front. I could then pull that one up front from under the raised fridge and clip it in place and then route the other hose fully though its hole and route it to the back of the fridge to the valve. This way I ensured I was sending the right hose to the right destination.

You will likely have to trim the hoses once the tank is reattached as they are slightly long. Be sure
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Water Reservoir Kit
PartSelect Number PS1726503
Manufacturer Part Number R0181175
This kit comes with tubing and couplers.
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Installation Instructions
Paul from Biscoe, NC
Crack in Water Reservoir Kit, causing water to leak inside the refrigerator door each time the water dispenser selector was pressed. Also ice despenser was not making much ice due to crack in reservioir .
Removed screw that held the old Water Reservoir Kit with screwdriver. Used box cutter to cut line in and line out of old reservoir kit and cut off enough of the length of line in and line out of new reservoir kit to make a good fit between old and new lines. Added the connection fittings between the old lines and new lines just below new water reservoir kit inside refrigerator door. Did not need to replace entire lines because the old water lines was in very good shape. This cut down on the repair time. Entire job took about 15 to 20 minutes. This corrected the leak and ice maker now makes plenty of ice. Read more...

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