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Valve Asy,wa

Part Number: AP4671476
MFG Part Number: AJU72992601
Made by: LG
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Part Number AJU72992601 (AP4671476) replaces 5221JA2011J, EBD60664501, 2024520, 5220JB2009A, 5221JA2011P, AH3533117, EA3533117, PS3533117.

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Leak in my LG refrigerator ice maker water valve Stephen D. • Tempe, AZ • March 14, 2014
Appliance: LG Refrigerator LFX25961ST

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How to Replace Valve Asy,wa #AJU72992601

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Valve Asy,wa #AJU72992601 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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Water not getting into ice maker. Water dispenser works. Original water valve part # is 5220JB2009A. This is a dual solenoid - single inlet and outlet. (not sure why there are 2 solenoids for one in/one out water supply). All research points to AJU72992601 as a replacement part. Is this correct for my unit? Also, there has been references to frozen water inlet line on this site. How is that thawed and where is it? Thank you

Ray for Model Number LG LFX21960SB

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I goofed. I removed the lower hose from the water valve and the compression fitting came out with the hose. I know it has a little edge at the end of the shank. Is it possible to re-install the compression fitting into the valve again? If so, what is the trick?

Red for Model Number lfx25960st

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My ice maker quit working after the water line was disconnected for a few months. I probably did not turn off the ice maker as I should have. The water dispenser in the door works great, however the ice tray never fills with water. I have a couple questions; 1) Do I need to push a pin or paper clip in the test button to run the test sequence? 2) Having the water turned off for a period of time, could that damage a particular part in the system? 3) What is the best why to troubleshoot my problem? Thanks.

Pjb for Model Number LFX25976ST

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My model has four wire connections. This part only comes with a two wire connection. How do I get this to work?

Scott for Model Number LFX21960ST

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After getting this part it does not match my original single valve. the wiring harness does not match up either. Is there a different part for my model? It was suggested to remove the lower section of this valve. How do you do that? Since the wires are different how do I fix it to work with my model?

Scott for Model Number LFX21960ST

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I need to replace the water inlet valve, the original valve is missing, as someone tried to replace it and took the valve out and never put it back. My question is the one I got as a replacement has two wire harness connections. Is that because the replacement part is for many units, and the other harness is not used depending on which make of unit you have? I am a little confused. Thank you, Bill

Bill M. for Model Number LFX25960SW

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