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    • Part Number: AP3414864
    • MFG Part Number: WR17X11618
    • Made by: GE
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What part I have to order filter head and tube or valve kit. Just bought house and have a GE PSS25SGNABS fridge working good but water and ice not working. I put a new genuine water filter same things. I tryed something behind the refrigerator I have two clear pipe come from the top behind the water filter and one go to valves and other water line in. I switch it to see and its work now, makes ice and have water but its make noise when I take water or make ice. Do you think its the valves kit or other things from filter area (the noise come from filter area).

Yannik for Model Number GE pss25sgnabs

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I've got a leak on the filter head assy. It seems to be coming from the back of the filter holder. Could this be the o rings , the tube, or is there a burr on the assy it self?

Dan K for Model Number ess22xgmbcc

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The unit is not dispensing water or making ice. I changed the filter but the problem remains. Checked the water valve at the back of the unit as well and it functions as it should. When testing the water dispenser, the filter builds up alot of pressure. I dont know if thats normal. What could be the problem?

Sxmlynch for Model Number gss25sgpess

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During Hurricane Sandy I powered my house via a 3000w pure sine wave inverter conneced to (3) 12v deep cycle batteries in parallel for maximum runtime. the battery bank could be hooked up to my truck to keep the batteries charged. Anyway I had a Kill-a-watt monitoring device plugged into the refrigerator cord before the inverter powered it. The reading I received were, 135w when cooling and 585w when defrosting which is quite a draw on the batteries if the truck is not connected and running. What I would like to do is put a switch in the power feed side of the defrost heater lamp so I can turn it off if I have to power the refrigerator via the inverter again. I think I can do without defrost cycles until the power comes on for several days without effecting the refrigerator/freezers performance.Where does the current to the defrost heater come from, I cannot find a schematic for the electrical on my PSS25MGNAWW. I also changed sump pumps from a 9 Amp to a 3.8 Amp to lighten the load some more. Thanks!

John for Model Number PSS25MGNAWW

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We replaced the water filter on our refrigerator a few months ago and ever since the water flow from the dispenser is good for a few seconds and then slows to a trickle. (Every now and then it has good flow long enough to fill a glass of water quickly). I took the filter out and put in the bypass plug and the result is the same. The icemaker seems to work just fine so I know water flow to the refrigerator must be ok. Any suggestions?

Mpowers for Model Number PSS26NGSB

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There is a leak from the tubing at the point before it enters the water valve assebly. If I just change out the filter head assembly will it solve the problem of water leaking on the floor or could there be a problem with the water valve assembly that led to the leak in the tubing?

Laura for Model Number GSS25JSRFSS

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I have replaced the water filter a couple times over the years without incident, but this time, when I removed the filter and installed the bypass, water started spewing from the filter head. I quickly replaced the bypass with the filter again but water continued to spew from the filter head. I can't see any explanation but had to just turn the water off (so now no ice either!) until I get a clue what could be wrong. Anyone? Thanks in advance.

Mark for Model Number GSH25VGRECC

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I have replaced the water filter a couple times, but this time, after removing the filter and replacing with the filter bypass, water spews out of where the bypass is connected. When I remove the bypass and put the filter back on, water continues to spew. I'm pretty confident I put the bypass (and filter) in correctly and haven't had this problem in the past. Any ideas?

Markl for Model Number GSH25KGRE

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The ice flap wouldn't close. I replaced it and replaced the water filter at the same time. The ice flap still wont open and close I was going to replace the solenoid and see if that would work. I replaced the water filter when I changed the ice flap. The water through the door was working fine after I replaced it but not no water is coming out. I can hear it humming but no water. After reading post I didn't fill the water filter with water before I put it in. Could this be the problem? What can I Do?

Jennifer E. for Model Number gss25vgmdww

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Our freezer (side x side) seems to get warmer than what it should for a defrost cycle. There is water that drips off of the back left corner of the ice cube tray. It used to drip so that icicles would form on the back left side all the way down. Then I put a bowl under it to catch the water. Some stuff in the freezer seems to unthaw a little, but not alot. Some water bottles I have in there thaw out so there's a little water in them. Then it will seem to start working again. We also empty out the ice cubes when we see it starting to happen and turn off the ice maker. At the same time in the fridge, the veggie drawer freezes anything that's in there and sometimes the lower drawer as well. Then it starts working ok again. Usually lasts about a day or so. Any ideas?

Katie for Model Number GSS25TGPE

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