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Water Filter Housing and Tube Assembly

Part Number: AP3855308
MFG Part Number: WR17X11920
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 WR17X11920 (AP3855308) replaces 1169745, AH964510, EA964510, PS964510.

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Cracked tube on water filter housing and tube assembly Noel R. • San Marcos, CA • July 07, 2014

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Broken water supply line to ice maker Eloise F. • Keaau, HI • May 19, 2014

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No water very little ice, replace solenoids intake, water pressure good to solenoids. by passed water filter with GE plug. defrosted fridge for 6hours. got little water but then it stoped. ice maker shaft rotates, controll board changes ok from ice to water, what can I try next. Any help will be greatly appreciated. ps get very little ice.

Wilson T for Model Number HSM25GFTSA

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What is the correct water filter head? Thanks and best regards.

George for Model Number GSH25JSTC SS

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I long time ago I decided to change the water filter. When I did the filter blasted off (a lot of pressure) to the extent I was worried I would have broken the shelf. I put the new filter on and found the pressure was was down. I left it that way for several days (knowing you can get air in the lines) but the pressure never improved. I reverted to the old filter for a few days and it was just as poor. I even emptied the unit completely, thawed it and retested without change. I suspect this is the first part to try replacing, but I also wonder about the valves. Any advice appreciated!

Dafydd G. for Model Number rain_goes_pitap@hotmail.com

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Having the same "water doesn't shut off when replacing filter" issue that everyone seems to have with these. Turns out the piece that opens the valve was broken off inside. The part # of the tube and filter assembly for my model is 197D3089G014, which is no longer available in the States, apparently, and the shop in which I found one in Canada won't ship to the US. Looks like 197D3089G014 is listed as an alternate for WR17X11920, though I don't see my model # listed to know if it will work as a replacement. Help?

Marc D for Model Number GSC22QGTEWW

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No water is going through the new filter.

Jerry for Model Number gsf25xgrb

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There are 2 water filter assemblies - WR17X11920 and WR17X11618 - that show for my appliance model. Which one is correct? Also, I have the issue another person mentioned. I was going to replace the filter and when I removed it water spewed everywhere. Put the bypass in - same problem, put the old filter in - same problem. I had to shutoff the water valve at the wall as my kitchen was flooding at that point. Could it be a burr? Here's what was suggested in another answer to check: "If the valve has not closed and you are getting full pressure (with the power off the valve) then it will be an issue. Remove the water line going to the filter head from the valve. Turn the house valve back on and the units valve should not spew water unless the valve is defective." I don't understand this. Where do I remove the water line going to the filter head? At the house valve?

Tom for Model Number gss23sgsbss

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