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Solenoid and Arm Assembly

Part Number: AP2071947
MFG Part Number: WR62X58
Made by: GE
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Description

This is a 120v solenoid. For 240v use WR62X10054.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Valve.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR62X58 (AP2071947) replaces 2390, AH304989, EA304989, PS304989, WR62X0024, WR62X0026, WR62X0037, WR62X0042, WR62X0048, WR62X0058, WR62X0059, WR62X24, WR62X26, WR62X37, WR62X42, WR62X48, WR62X59.

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No ice cubes only crushed Rodney W. • Elizabeth City, NC • September 27, 2014

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Ice maker would only dispense crushed ice Michael D. • La Grange Park, IL • January 30, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Refrigerator GSH22JSTASS

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How to Replace Solenoid and Arm Assembly #WR62X58

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Solenoid and Arm Assembly #WR62X58 for Refrigerator made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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My ice maker will not switchover from crushed ice to whole ice. I watched it from the inside and it looks like it doesn't have enough power to lift the arm up to make the switch over.

Trevor

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My ice maker will make ice, but the thing inside will not turn to make ice come out though the door. What is wrong? It will just click.

Mark S for Model Number gss22wgmdww

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Water and icemaker quit. There is water from filter down to solenoid. Any way to check solenoid or should I just replace it?

Mike for Model Number HSS25GFPAww

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I recently replaced the solenoid assembly. I've noticed that the solenoid doesn't always activate. Is this normal operation? Should do the moving parts require lubrication? I can move the parts by hand, sometimes it takes moderate force.

Les A. for Model Number GSH22JFTA CC

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I have ordered this solenoid due to the original ( WR62X0058 ) failing. The new parts pin has a hole and no slot for the location the original was in to fit it. And the mounting bracket is different and I don't see this fitting. Could you inform me of any installation changes? I've been told that the original has been discontinued so there may be changes.

Jerry D for Model Number DSHS5PGXCESS

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Recently our ice maker wasn't dispensing ice, the auger motor was not turning, but the Crushed/Cubed Ice Solenoid was working. We dismantle the housing of both and tested for continuity, everything was fine, motor and solenoid worked when directly applied power from socket, but on refrigerator only one connected at one time worked . We tested solenoid only and motor only is this related to the board being bad? Cause sometimes either one when testing alone wouldn't work and changing between crushed ice or cubed, it would work. But both never work at same time.

John for Model Number PTC22SFMARBS

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