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    • Part Number: AP3192626
    • MFG Part Number: WR57X10032
    • Made by: GE
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I just replaced the water inlet valve on this fridge (i'm not 100% sure the last 4 letters on the model are the same - mine just has gsh25sg on it). The ice maker inlet tube is still freezing over, but when i cleared it and checked for drips it was not dripping so the inlet valve seems to be working correctly. i noticed there is wiring and a plate surrounding the metal ice maker feed tube. is this plate supposed to heat up to melt the ice in the feed tube? if so, what part needs to be replaced to ensure that is working?

Kt for Model Number GSH25SGPASS

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What size is the nylon lines(or tubes) that come off the water inlet valve that supplys the ice maker and the water despencer. These two nylon lines are 2 different sizes. I would like to know the bigger nylon tubes size Thank you

Bill for Model Number GSS20IEMBWW

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My icemaker makes ice cubes, but the in door water dispenser does not dispense water. I checked the water inlet valve at the back of the unit for power. It has power. It makes a humming noise when trying to dispense water.. This happened suddenly without warning.

Dave for Model Number PSC23MGPABB

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I recently purchased a Inlet Water Valve from your company to replace the valve on my refrigerator which I believe is the reason that it is not dispensing water. The part I received differed from the assembly on the refrigerator and I would appreciate some clarification on how to proceed. The part you sent has one inlet for the copper supply line, two outlets for plastic hoses and two solenoid valves for controlling the supply though the device. The existing unit has two sets of TWO solenoid assemblies. The first, where the copper pipe inlet supply is connected has only one outlet (Although there is two coils with electrical connections, one of which seems to be open circuit). This outlet tube goes to the top of the back plate where it disappears under a cover plate into the interior. From under this same cover plate another plastic tube exits the interior. This feeds the second pair of solenoids from which two tubes disappear into the bowels of the refrigerator to feed the water dispenser and ice maker (I assume). Coincidently, one of these coils also appears to be open circuit. Questions: 1. Can the new part you sent be configured to suit my need ? 2. Do I need a new or additional assembly for my inlet/valve arrangement. If so what is its identity? 3. What would be the arrangement/use of the four existing electrical connectors and piping be if Question 1 was possible? I appreciate you help. John Gray

Frederick G (order # 5170411-Delivered) for Model Number GE Profile Model PS 123NGMA BB (Serial # GA 409340)

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I just wanted to make sure I was purchasing the correct part. I have a GE Hotpoint Fridge. The part that aligns per video is that AP3192626. This is for a dual line valve. Initially I had an issue with no water from the front. Then I noticed I was not making ice. I checked the ice maker and notice an ice dam at the back of the fridge. I defrosted and got the water going again, and got two trays of ice. I then had water as well, thought it was all fixed. Today, came home and noticed I had only produced two trays of ice and another ice damn. I pulled it apart again, defrosted and put it all back together, read online, watched a few videos, and while doing so also noticed I was now dripping water from the water line and the the ice line. I pulled the valve off, and searched your site, watched a video and arrived at the point that this is the underlying issue. Please advise.

Jamie for Model Number HSMGFRFSA

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Had a water leak under the unit and when I went to see where the leak was coming from found the larger of the two lines into my inlet valve had split. In fact it crumbled in my hand and I lost about six inches of line before I got to non brittle line. This line goes up inside the back panel somewhere I couldn't see from my angle. I assume it is the feed to the water dispenser? Anyway is this part/hose available and replaceable? Thanks

Martin for Model Number PSS25NGMWW

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I have a GE side by side fridge, The water dispenses but it will not make ice. I have uncoupled both waterlines from behind the fridge and blew air thru them and air passed thru both with no problem. I also tried to reset the ice maker by turning it off for about a minute and turning back on, I also pushed on the paddle 3 times to reset. I can hear the motor on the ice maker going but the fingers that pushes the ice out of the tray does not cycle. Could it be the water inlet valve? because the hoses seemed to be clear of any obstructions. Please help. Thank you

Yolly for Model Number GSS25WGTIBB

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Ice maker is overflowing water. I recently installed new ice maker. Water Dispenser is work for drinking water but not for ice maker.no new Ice.

Jim for Model Number GSS25WGTIBB

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Hi, I have water droplets all over the freezer. The start at the top and go to the bottom. The droplets freeze on everything. It also causes the ice cubes to freeze together in the top bin. I have replaced the ice maker, water valve, and filter. I have cleaned the drain line. Im just wondering can the water run out the "fill tube" fast enough to shoot out the ice maker tray? Or do you know of another problem it may be?

Eric for Model Number GSH22JSXJSS

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My GE refrigerator Model PCF 25MGWC BB makes a machine gun sound when dispensing water. This happened about 6 - 9 months ago and the plumber came out and adjusted the water pressure and it stopped but started happening again last week. The plumber came out again and checked/adjusted the pressure to make sure it is normal but the refrigerator still makes that sound. We changed the filter and that did not help. What is going on?

Gh Mom for Model Number PCF 25MGWC BB

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