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    • Part Number: AP5671756
    • MFG Part Number: 242252603
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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How do you get the plastic water tubing from icemaker off of the water inlet valve?

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I installed the ice maker on my refrigerator and when I turn non the water. Won't stop. I buy another water valve inlet thinking was bad, but I install it and still doing the same thing, water wont stop.

Mirtha for Model Number FGTR1845QF0

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I have replaced the water valve - I have water to the valve, but cannot get water to come out of long green tube that leads to the back of the ice maker water fill tube. Please help.

Cr for Model Number FRT18IL6JB6

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Water valve 218959401 is no longer available, will 242252603 work if I figure out a way to mount it?

Jouch for Model Number FRT22INLHW3

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Ice maker is not making ice. Water supply to Ice maker is good. Tube from valve to Ice Maker is clear. Checked Ohms on valve and get a reading. Checked voltage at AC 200 on my meter and get a range from 2.4 to 4 as the maker cycles. What would be the correct readings? Does it seem the valve is bad based on this info?

Jseigfreid for Model Number FRT21IS6BW2

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I just installed part number 242252603 and my ice tray wont fill.

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Hello , recently my Frigidaire top / bottom ice maker stopped making ice, I ran the cycle test by raising the fins in the maker and then hand turned the gear on the front. While the ice maker stated working again, and the ice is the correct size.. it takes literally days to make a half tray of ice. I also checked the tube from the water valve to inside the freezer and is seems not blocked. I am getting plenty of water flow when I take the water line off the water valve. So my question is: if the ice maker is working but making ice hyper-slowly, would it be a clogged or failing water valve. Thanks for any help

Larry for Model Number FRT21IL6JW2

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Replaced Valve-Water Part Number: AP5671756 Made by: Frigidaire Old ice maker water valve sprung a leak. Replace with new part worked at first but Ice was hollow. Now does not make any ice. Old valve had screw on water inlet new valve has just the hole. I cut the incoming water line and put it in the hole. Why is there now no water flowing?

David A for Model Number ice maker

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My icemaker is not working. I jumped out T to H and the cycle ran. I jumped out V and L and there was no water so I replaced the water valve. The unit was running and made ice all night. Now the unit has not ice. I repeated the previous steps and T to H runs the cycle, V to L the water runs but the unit would not harvest ice. Model is 18 months old. I am thinking thermostat or should I replace it or replace the icemaker unit.

Passer for Model Number Whirlpool GX5FHTXVQ06

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I just replaced a water valve on my refrigerator, (the valve that controls water supply to the ice maker) part number 242252603 (AP5671756) today. As soon as I turned the water pressure on the valve started humming loudly and the water ran straight through it, filling the ice cube catch tray with water. I had to shut the water supply off or the thing would have continued to flow. The valve is a simple remove and replace job that should only take a few minutes. Any ideas on why the valve would be sticking open or is the valve defective? I've replace this same style valve before and never had this problem.

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