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Valve Assembly,water

Part Number: AP4442115
MFG Part Number: 5221JB2006K
Made by: LG
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Part Number 5221JB2006K (AP4442115) replaces 5221JB1004N, 1345088, AH3527469, AJU72909001, AJU72932601, EA3527469, PS3527469.

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How to Replace Valve Assembly,water #5221JB2006K

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Valve Assembly,water #5221JB2006K for Refrigerator made by Kenmore, LG. 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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ice maker and water dispenser not work. I changed water filter, I defrosted refrigerator to ensure no lines were frozen. I also changed the Water inlet Valve part # 5220JB2001A. Can it be the filter head (is that where the water comes into the refrig since no water is getting to either water dispenser or ice maker part number 5230JA2003A . I am also trying to see how to disassemble this to replace, is all from the interior of the refrigerator or do I have to pull it out and disassemble from the back. THanks for your advice and I will use yor website to order any additional parts

Bob for Model Number 795.75544401


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Last week I E-mailed LG to ask for its suggested replacement for my LG LFX25960ST refrigerator's broken water inlet valve since the original part number (5220JB2009A) is no longer available. The next day they replied that the substitute replacement part number is 5221JB2006K. I have looked at that part online and there is no way it will work with my refrigerator without an adapter kit for both the electric and water. Does the part come with such adapters or is there that an additional adapter kit which I also must order? If so, what is its part number? (I asked an LG support team member the same questions but she had no answer).

Gerry for Model Number LG Model LFX25960ST Refrigerator


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The ice/water dispenser light is blinking and we hear a buzzing noise. It only stops when i open the door but soon after it starts again. The ice dispenser trap door also does not open. The ice maker and water dispenser works fine. Can you please help us figure out what needs to be replaced?

Anne for Model Number Lgrc2699tt LG refrigerator


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I have a older Kenmore refrigerator. The ice maker is at the bottom of the freezer. How can I find the correct single water valve that has 20W instead of 35W? Mines came with a brass water line I need to replace the single water valve so the Ice maker can make ice my part number is FSB (M0PD)150 PSI , 627910

Christopher for Model Number kenmore 2155964


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Our ice maker stopped making ice. We get water from the dispenser but we don't get water into the ice maker. Could it be the water valve?

Charles A. for Model Number LRFD25850SW SER#509KRFN01035


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Note: This question is for the older version of this part, but we thought you might still find it helpful

This french door fridge has a through the door water dispenser, with the ice maker located inside the freezer cabinet. Water leaks from the bottom of the refrigerator only when the door's water dispenser is activated. The ice maker works fine, and the leak only occurs when the water dispenser is used. Could the water valve assembly be the cause? I didn't think so since the ice maker seems fine. Thanks a lot

Dave for Model Number LG refrigerator LRFD25850ST


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