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    • Part Number: AP4510574
    • MFG Part Number: WR49X10233
    • Made by: GE
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Problem with the spring part ap4510574 Due to the broken (black) rod that hold the spring above, which part no. should I order AP4436244 or the whole subassy of water/ice dispencer lever ? Can you send a picture of how this spring hooks onto the lever to create tension ? Your help is greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Tony Answer HI Andy. The U - shaped end of the spring hooks onto the dispenser flapper arm (funnel lever) which the flapper hooks to. Look at the old one for old spring marks. The straight end of the spring rest onto the back of the dispenser housing. This is the end that is turned one revolution to create the flapper tension. Thank You. Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-spring-torsion-fit-wr49x10233-ap4510574.html#ixzz31dQ5fhMa http://www.appliancepartspros.com

Tony D for Model Number GSS25QSTASS GE Fridge

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I have to change the flapper in my water Dispenser. I know I can but do not see screws to take it apart can you tell where are they located?

Shelly for Model Number GSL25JFPA BS

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I can't figure out how the spring goes back on the unit. Can you explain or provide a picture?

Brayden for Model Number gsf25igxlbb

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When I attempted to replace the funnel ice dispenser on my GE GSL25JFRFBS, I discovered that the housing shield itself was deformed (I used a hair dryer to melt the ice so that water would flow). I was hoping to see the old springs and how they looked installed but there were no springs. My wife and I couldn't recall seeing any one of the springs on the floor or elsewhere. Could you send me a drawing on how these springs look when installed? I couldn't figure it out using the freezer door parts breakdown drawing and could not understand the explanation on the answers to other questions. Thank you so much for your help!

Gq for Model Number GSL25JFRFBS

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I had a problem with frost and installed a new spring in the ice chute, now the chute wont open? the new spring is alot bigger than the one i removed any thoughts?

Derik for Model Number GSS23WGTA

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Opened up face plate because it was no longer making ice, I removed the 3 screws and when I pulled off the cover the spring for the arm came out. I could really use a picture of how to put it back on, any help for me ?

Pete for Model Number Kenmore Refridgerator With Freezer on top door with ice maker model SA8868-0310971 #M1

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Hello. I have a problem with the spring part ap4510574 putting it back on. I read the previous post, still no help. I'm a machinist and good with blueprints and instuctions but at the moment i'm lost. The diagram shows the spring on the right side looking from the front.The only place I see were this could go would be on the funnel lever. Is this corect or not? Thanks

Andy for Model Number gsh25jfta

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I'm getting a lot of frost at the opening under the ice maker and I believe I have found that the door flap doesn't shut all the way without a shove. I think this may be why ice forms and the freezer door gets stuck. Here are my questions, do you have to disassemble the inside of the freezer door to be able to change this part or is it accessible form the front? Is this a common reason frost would form in the ice shoot?

Bobby for Model Number GSS23WGSC CC

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I'm not sure how to reinstall this part - any advice?

Neil for Model Number gss22wgpaww

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