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Water Filter Housing and Tube Assembly

Part Number: AP3996097
MFG Part Number: WR17X12301
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Filter.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR17X12301 (AP3996097) replaces 1265849, AH1518098, EA1518098, PS1518098.

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I purchased this part to replace the no longer functioning one on my refrigerator. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to remove the old filter and tube assembly from the existing housing. Please help, I wasn't intending to have to purchase a new housing. Thank you.

Ew for Model Number ge profile pgss5pjx

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The water filter housing in our refrigerator is broken (no longer holds the filter in place), so I’ve ordered and received a replacement housing and tube assembly (part number WR17X12301). My question is about removing one of the two pex tubes that go from the back of the original filter housing to the water connections. I’ve had no difficulty removing the tube that goes from the housing to the water supply line. The other tube connects to what I think is the water inlet valve and has a compression fitting. I thought that when I unscrewed the compression nut, I would be able to pull the pex tube out of the valve easily. However, it doesn’t pull out easily, and I’m hesitant to use more force because I don’t want to break anything. So my question is this: Do I just need to pull with more force, or is something else holding the tube to the place where it connects, and do I have to remove that something else? Thank you!

Mike for Model Number PFSF2MJXBWW

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I have problems with water flow from my refrigerator. Both the bypass plug and new filter just trickle water from the dispenser. When I installed the new filter, the first time I dispensed water, it had great flow. The next glass had less, and I tried switching to the bypass plug with no improvement. I believe the small pin/switch in the filter - tube arm assy (pn WR17X12301) is jammed. Would this cause a decrease in water flow? How do you remove the filter-tube arm assy? Thanks, Fred

Fred M for Model Number GE Profile pfss5njw

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