Is this valve #AP3672839 compatible with my refrigerator MODEL # TFX22KRCCWW
Yes, the water valve part number WR57X10051 is the correct water valve for your unit.
The ice flapper in the door does not close. What part or what do I need to do so that it closes.
You will want to check the lever WR2X4814 of the door to make sure that this has not broken. Also open the freezer door and take the cover of that covers the dispenser. You will want to check the delay timer WR9X268 which may not be allowing the door to close completely.
I just received part #wr57x10051 which indicates is compatable with my old part #wr57x0119 but the water line hook up is different. I have threads on my old water valve but the new one has no threads.
The actual # on my old part is wr57-x111 by ETN and the blue side is 15v and the red side is 35v. The valve I received has a 20w red and a 35w blue.
Answer Arnold, the original inlet valve has been replaced by the dual water inlet valve kit part number AP3672839 on your Kenmore refrigerator model 363.9557880. This is a compression inlet valve. Cut the retaining nuts off the existing plastic water line you have and push the end of the water line into the new valve. Hope this helps you. Thanks.
I've been trying to match up a water valve for this refrigerator, nothing seems to match up with model no. Thanks.
Answer Mark, the model seems to be missing the three digit prefix. I've located model 106.59797990. The valve for that model is part number W10408179. Please double check your appliance model number before ordering. Thanks!
i replaced dual water valve and icemaker.water overflows from icemaker.caint get no water to come out of door despenser,and tha ice chusher wont woek neither. also aint gettin but 24 volts at valve when u hold down water despenser or turn on the icemaker
Answer James, You'll need to start by checking the dispenser wire harness at the freezer door hinge, and at the bottom of the refrigerator. Check for frayed or damaged or loose connections at the hinge assembly, then check the harness in the compressor compartment.
When checking the water inlet valve what voltage should it read for an ice maker cycle?
Thanks, Tom B.
Answer Hello Tom. For a few seconds during the harvest cycle you will see around 120 volts at the valve.