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    • Part Number: AP2071638
    • MFG Part Number: WR55X129
    • Made by: GE
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How is this part AP2071638 installed-I know to turn off the water and unplug-after the 4 screws are removed-does the old board just snap out and new one just snap in?

Guest for Model Number AP2071638

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Same as Nartad. Everything but crushed ice. Hear noise & then get ice cubes. Bar switch moves up & down when I physically move it so I'm assuming it's a control problem. What say you?

Spooky for Model Number TFX24PRAWW

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How do you get to the ap2071638 circuit board to replace on this model? Also water drips into ice maker. Do I need to replace water valve?

Joel for Model Number Tfx20jrsawh

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The water/crushed ice/ice cube switch problem: water position and ice cube positions work fine. In the crushed ice position nothing happens. I only hear a click (probably the micro switch) and no other sound and no crushed ice. Need help in diagnosing the problem. Thank you.

Nartad for Model Number TPX24PR

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I have water dispensing line freeze up and have purchased WR49X10173 water dispenser heater. The instructions for the installation do not match the pin connectors I have on my board. I have a six pin connector but it does not contain a red wire and a lone wht wire at pin #6 with nothing on pins 4 & 5. I have a four pin plug with a red wire and a black and wht as well as a two pin plug going to the flapper solenoid. What wires do I spice the heater wires to??? Is there a diagram from GE on this pin connection arrangement?

Chris H for Model Number TPX24BPDBB

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On a GE Profile Performance.The flapper on the ice dispenser does not open. Water, ice, crushed ice and the light all work. I have changed the solenoid, as well as the control board WR55X129. Neither have fixed the problem. Could this be a wiring issue?

Todd for Model Number TFS22PPDA BS

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My ice dispenser makes ice but it doesn't dispense the ice. I thought it was the motor crusher which I replaced for 100 dollars, but it wasn't. Can you be of any help? I hear the solenoid work, but I am thinking it might be the control board.

Brian S. for Model Number TNX22PRCBLCC

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The drawers in the bottom food section will not stay on the rails they fall down on the top and bottom drawers. All the plastic side rails are in place could they be worn out. Also the ice maker was freezing up around the evaporator fan behind the ice maker. I removed the icemaker, cleaned out the plastic tube that dumps the water into the ice maker, it had some frozen water on the inside also inside the freezer. The temp wheel will not move its stuck on the #5 setting do you have any input thanks.

George R. L. for Model Number TFX20JBBWW

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GE - fridge , I moved this working fridge downstairs. Ice is being made. Light for ice/water fill not working. Changed out light bulb (8watt) still not working. If I open the freezer door, the light inside comes on. But we did damage that switch, but we can get light to come on and off, it's actually stuck in off pos, and if I pull on it, light in freezer works. Now, if I check ac or dc voltage at the pins on top of freezer hinge, I just get like 8V ac, I don't get any DC or 120AC. Shouldn't there be power the the CB on freezer (AP2071638) or no? What part should I test? I'm very knowledgeable with appliance / electronics and can test for continuity and voltages. Thanks! Joe

Joe Q. for Model Number tfh24prsbww GE fridge / freezer (white)

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The knob to the ice/water switch has been snapped off. I assume that the entire control board OEM (part #AP2071638) will need to be replaced is this correct? Also, periodically over the years, every few months or so, we note that ice collects at the bottom of the freezer side causing water to accumulate onto the floor requiring the unit be de-iced; how can I correct this? As far as I can tell there does not seem to be any sort of obstruction in the drain.

Joe for Model Number TFX22PRXBWW

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