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Solenoid & 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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The solenoid was not opening the ice cube dispenser flap all the way thus crushed ice would be dispensed instead of ice cubes Jorge D. • Chatsworth, CA • July 28, 2014
Appliance: Model GE PROFILE FRIG: MODEL TFX25PRYDWW

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My ice dispencer would only dispence crushed ice Paul M. • Newcastle, WA • June 26, 2014

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How to Replace Solenoid & Arm Assembly #WR62X58

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Solenoid & 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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My question is in regard to the ice dispenser. The motor in the back doesn't rotate. The solenoid assembly seems to work fine and I think is unrelated. When I push the button I hear and see the solenoid arm assembly lift. I then just get a buzzing/humming sound, but the motor doesn't turn. The motor is not frozen and I can turn it w/o it feeling like it sticks or jams. I then took the motor out and tested it on my work bench by applied 110V to the 2 spade connectors and the motor works fine and does't act like it is meeting resistance at the motor or the gear box. I am at a loss. Any suggestions? Thanks, Ken K.

Ken for Model Number zisw42dyb

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Ice maker will not STOP making ice. pushes arm up but keeps on making, running over bucket. looks like a stop switch in there but cant find the part number.

Gary for Model Number TFX26CRDA WW

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I have been having trouble with my ice delivery system, which I believe is the old type which has apparently been re-designed. I replaced the helix blade(?) and augur nut because the unit was no longer feeding ice. The helix was "'free wheeling". It now feeds ice, but it will not crush - only cubes, in either crushed or cube mode. When I disassembled the unit again today, the augur nut had worked its way up the threaded shaft. The previous nut had done the same thing. I can't figure out why this is happening. Today, I epoxied the nut in place at the end of the shaft and re-assembled the unit. Now, I believe the dispenser solenoid has quit working. The arm and door are free (loose), and seem to be working properly, but the solenoid doesn't raise the arm. Please advise.

Bob for Model Number GSHF5PGXAEWW

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