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PartSelect Number PS11721803
Manufacturer Part Number WH13X23974
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

Triple Water Valve Specifications

The triple water valve or inlet valve in your washer connects to the water source and solenoid wires, and ensures the tub has the right amount of water entering it. If your washing machine continues to fill after it is full, or if it fills slowly, you may need to replace this valve. Before you begin this repair, be sure to disconnect the water and power sources from your washer. This part is sold individually.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Leaking | No hot or cold water | Will not fill with water | Will not stop filling with water
This part works with the following products:
Washer.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint.
Part# WH13X23974 replaces these:
AP5985821, WH13X10048
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Robert
October 10, 2017
No cold water cycle,plenty of pressure in water hose.
For model number GTWN2800D1WW
Hi Robert, Thank you for the question. I suggest replacing the Temperature Switch,PartSelect Number PS3499718 first. If this didn't fix the issue you can try the valve, but in most cases it is the switch.Hope this helps!

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ERIC
February 18, 2019
The water level for the wash cycle on my Hotpoint will fill to the level i set the level at. However, the rinse level will only fill to small no matter where it is set level wise.
For model number HTWP1400FIWW
Hello Eric, thank you for your question. The rinse cycle always uses much less water than the wash cycles. The most likely cause of the issue you're having is the water level switch or pressure hose. PartSelect Number: PS1018030 is the level switch and PartSelect Number: PS272183 is the part number for the pressure hose. We would recommend checking the hose for kicks or clogs and if the hose is fine, replace the water level pressure switch first. I hope this helps!

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Roger
March 6, 2019
Washer will not fill with hot water. Only fills when set on cold water or warm ( but water is only cold when set in warm). I replaced the temperature switch which did not fix the problem. Do i need a 3 way water valve to get hot water?
For model number Wdsr2080g3www
Hello Roger, thank you for inquiring. You may want to replace the Triple Water Valve. For model WDSR2080G3WW the correct part number is PS1482390.

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Amber
August 1, 2019
Our GE washer will not stop filling with water. It overflows. We have replaced the tubing and the switch behind our load sizes. It is still overflowing. Could it possibly be the triple water valve?
Hi Amber, thank you for your question. Yes, the parts to check would be your water inlet valve. The valve can be tested with a multi meter and should be reading between 500 - 1500 ohms of resistance. If that part is fine then you may want to look at your water level pressure switch. Good luck with your repair.

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Russell
February 18, 2018
My GE washer drains as it fills. Internet research shows it's probably the inlet valve. Do you have any input? Is the inlet valve the same as the "triple water valve"?
For model number GLWP2000M0WW
HI Russell, Thank you for the question. If the appliance is still filling the valve shoudl be good. If it is draining as it fills, it sounds like a siphoning issue. Check to make sure the house drain is at least 30 inches high. Also check to make sure the drain hose is not pushed too far down into the drain. If it is, pull it out 2" inches. If house drain is not at least 30" high, an anti-siphon clip,Part Number: PS270508 shoudl be used. Hope this helps!

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Shawn
January 16, 2020
Hot water not filling ,i checked the line for the spigot and it run hot but doesnt run in washer
For model number HTWP1200DOWW
Hello Shawn, On most top load models with a lid lock, the unit will only fill with Hot water if the lid is down and locked. If the washer is set for hot or warm water and the lid is up, it will only fill with cold water. This is designed as a safety feature. If you do not believe this is the cause then it may be a defective Temperature Switch.

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Kent Law
March 13, 2020
After wash cycle is complete and washer shuts off water continues to trickle into tub.
For model number ghwp1000moww
Hello Kent, thank you for your question. That would be an issue with the water valve. We would recommend replacing PartSelect Number: PS11721803 water valve. I hope this helps.

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Russ
February 19, 2018
My dryer stops working mid-cycle. You have to recycle the timer knob and hit the start button to make it start again. You can restart it immediately after it stops. No big objects to kick the door open. If you wait after it prematurely stops. You can hear the timer click off at the end of the aborted cycle. Do i need a new timer? Could it be something else?
For model number GTDX200EM1WW
Hello Russ, thank you for your question. I would recommend checking the Cycling Thermostat - 4 Wire part number WE4M181, as well as High Limit Thermostat - L315-65 part number WE4M137. If the dryer is cycling off too soon, it could be getting too hot and shutting off the heat to the unit. If the thermostats are good, I would check the timer itself. I hope this helps!

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Kenneth
February 10, 2018
Just a tiny trickle of hot water going into tub and hear a buzz.
Hello Kenneth, Thank you for your inquiry. You can test your water inlet valve with a multimeter to see if is causing the issue. Hope this helps!

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Michelle
November 19, 2019
My washer does not fill at the rinse cycle. It is normal when filling initially at wash cycle. It drains but it won't fill back up unless i turn off the machine and turn it back on on rinse cycle.I called GE but they do not trouble shoot but suggested the "triple water inlet valve."
For model number GLWN2800D1WS
Hello Michelle, thank you for writing. You will want to consider replacing either the Timer, part number PS4704240, or this Triple Water Valve, part number PS11721803 for your model washer. Here is a link to some information on our website for testing the Timer on your washer: https://www.partselect.com/Repair/Washer/Timer-Will-Not-Advance. Good luck with your repair!

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    Leaking water
    Unplug electricity, unscrew 3 bolts with nutdriver from rear of top panel, expose triple valve, remove 2 screws from existing valve, turn water off & remove hose from triple valve, remove outlet hose attached to the valve,install new valve with 2 screws & replace outlet hose, attach hot/cold hoses, replace top part of washer with the 3 screws,plug in electricity & turn on the hot & cold water, that's it.
    • Paul from LUBBOCK, TX
    • Difficulty Level:
      Very Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      15 - 30 mins
    • Tools:
      Nutdriver, Pliers
    • Parts Used:
      WH13X23974
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    Hot water leaking while washer was off.
    Turned off the both the hot and cold water. Removed the hoses from the back of the control panel. Removed 3 panel screws to expose the inside of the component parts. Removed the 2 screws holding the valve. Installed the new valve. Then I pulled off the knob for the temperature control. To remove the switch, you need to press the tab that locks in the switch and turn the switch counter clockwise to remove the switch from the panel. Reverse the operation to reinstall the new switch. Pay close attention to the 4 wires that clip to the switch to get them in proper order. Reinstall the control panel and and reattach the hoses.
    • Bradford from SARASOTA, FL
    • Difficulty Level:
      Really Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      15 - 30 mins
    • Tools:
      Nutdriver, Screw drivers
    • Parts Used:
      WH13X23974, WH12X10498
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    Washer sometimes over-fills with water, may even overflow
    I followed partselect repair videos to see how to pop off the front panel and also remove the top control panel. Lay the control panel on top of the washer and leave everything connected. With power disconnected I first checked the fill tube and fill sensor by pulling the rubber tube off the bottom of the drum and blowing in the tube - you can hear the sensor click on and off. It requires more pressure if you set the water level switch to a larger load. This behavior told me the tube and sensor were working but this must be an airtight system to be reliable. To test for slow air leaks I blew in the tube to cause the switch to click, then clamped the rubber tube shut with a C-clamp. I left it overnight and no leaks - the switch was still activated in the morning, as I could hear it click when I released the C-clamp. I then suspected the fill valve, so I plugged in the power cord, set the washer for a load and started it. The water started filling and I unplugged the power cord, which should cause the fill valve to shut off immediately. It did not - it kept on filling with water, but in this case eventually shut off after 60-90 seconds. Since it did not shut off immediately when power was removed I knew the fill valve was sticking. I ordered the fill valve from partselect and received it in a couple days. Replacement was easy - shut off water, remove the hoses, and then 3 screws and two electrical connectors to swap out the valve. Then 3 screws to put the control panel back on and snap the front panel back in place. Done. Since replacing the fill valve the washer has been working perfectly.
    • Robert from FORT MILL, SC
    • Difficulty Level:
      Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      30 - 60 mins
    • Tools:
      Nutdriver
    • Parts Used:
      WH13X23974
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    leaking under washer
    replaced valve and fill nozzle, problem solved.

    ** not sure which was leaking si I replaced both
    • James from RUSSELLVILLE, TN
    • Difficulty Level:
      A Bit Difficult
    • Total Repair Time:
      1- 2 hours
    • Tools:
      Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
    • Parts Used:
      WH13X23974, WH41X10077
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    No hot water from mixing valve.
    Since manufacturers have finally put the mixing valve up in the control panel, it is much easier to get to. Unplug electrical power first. Then, unscrew the hot and cold supply hoses from the fittings. Remove the back-plane from the control panel and carefully lay it back to expose the mixing valve. Remove the wiring connector from the valve, and remove the mixing valve. The new valve is installed in reverse order. The very last step is to plug the washer electrical cord back in.
    • Walter Eichholtz, from COMANCHE, TX
    • Difficulty Level:
      Really Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      30 - 60 mins
    • Tools:
      Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
    • Parts Used:
      WH13X23974
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    Water Kept Flowing into the tank even when water should have shut off.
    The replacement of this tripe water valve was so easy. My tub kept filling with water even though the water should have shut of. First remove the two hoses from the valve. Second you remove the 3 screws from the steel shield behind the plastic upper control pan panel. Take the shield off. Remove the control panel and lay on the washer. Then take the filler hose to the tub off using pliers to remove the hose clamp. Then take the two screws out of the valve. Twist and remove the valve. That is the removal. Reverse all of these to put it back on and test out. This valve fixed my problem. Anyone can do this who has any basic knowledge of tools.
    • William from W BROOKFIELD, MA
    • Difficulty Level:
      Really Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      30 - 60 mins
    • Tools:
      Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
    • Parts Used:
      WH13X23974
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