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Water Inlet Valve

Part Number: AP3189335
MFG Part Number: WR57X10033
Made by: GE
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Single coil icemaker water inlet valve. New and improved valve requires no nuts for installation. Simply push the water line into the fittings on the valve.

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 WR57X10033 (AP3189335) replaces 914151, AH304375, EA304375, IMV-469, IMV469, PS304375, SWR57X90, SWR57X93, WR57X0090, WR57X0093, WR57X0095, WR57X0096, WR57X0102, WR57X0110, WR57X10015, WR57X10034, WR57X10049, WR57X10063, WR57X10075, WR57X102, WR57X110, WR57X90, WR57X93, WR57X95, WR57X96.

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GE REFRIDGERATOR ICE MAKER WATER INLET VALVE Karen S. • Yuma, AZ • March 12, 2014
Appliance: Model GE TBX22R

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Water inlet valve for ice maker Terry C. • Montevallo, AL • April 10, 2014

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How to Replace Water Inlet Valve #WR57X10033

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Water Inlet Valve #WR57X10033 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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The icemaker for this refrigerator forms a large block of frozen cubes. Is this (probably) from a leaking solenoid valve?

Don W for Model Number GE GTS18KCMBRWW

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My refrigerator is GE, the ice-maker control valve was broken, we took out it, and the model number is Invensys K-74973-4,120V 60HZ,35w. I need to buy a new one. Please tell me model is what I need, thank you.

Sharon for Model Number invensys K-74973-4

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Do you measure voltage to the water inlet valve solenoid for the ice maker from one lead to ground? or across the leads? Across the leads, I get less than 20 volts.

Paul for Model Number GE Refrigerator TXT24S

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I need to replace the water inlet valve, but the current one is connected with copper tubing, and your video shows plastic tubing. Does the replacement valve assembly work with copper tubing? And if so, any tips for making a good connection?

Paul R. for Model Number ZIS48NAASS

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My ice maker stopped working; getting water up to the water valve as far as I can tell; ran the GE diagnostic test and did not seem to help; would the problem be the ice maker unit itself or the water valve? The water valve is definitely much less $ to replace.

George for Model Number GE IM4 trouble shooting question

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I have a Kenmore side by side with water and ice on the door (about 15 years old). The tubing to the water supply has degraded, cracked and broken down by the inlet valve. I'm assuming the entire length needs to be replaced, but I don't see any way to run a new line through the interior of the fridge to the valve on the freezer door. Is there a practical way to replace the tube?

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