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    • Part Number: AP3192626
    • MFG Part Number: WR57X10032
    • Made by: GE
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Greetings from Texas! I bought the water inlet valve because there is no water flow into the ice maker. Installed the inlet valve; plugged the fridge to receptacle; verified water flow from water dispenser; then, turned on ice maker. Still no water flow into ice maker. Is there a fuse somewhere i might be missing? Thanks for your response in advance!

E for Model Number GSS25LGMBBB

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I installed the water supply line for the fridge, and the water to the ice maker never stops, what could it be?

Javier for Model Number gss22jemb bb

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My water line does not stay in the inlet because the push on fitting is bad. As soon as I press for water on the door the water line pops out and leaks. Do I have to replace the whole water Inlet value or can I just replace the collet and the O-rings (push on fittings for water outlet lines) so it does not pop out? Thanks.

Rao

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Will this dual inlet water valve make my icemaker stop leaking? It leaks all over the cube tray and bin and won't stop unless we turn the water off at the supply. The icemaker would still make ice, but we can't leave the water on-it freezes everywhere and also runs out onto the floor.

Daisy for Model Number gss25lgpaww

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My water dispenser works fine, but no ice. I tried turning of ice maker power switch for 15 sec's, then back on. Then I noticed power indicator light just below switch is not on. Does this mean ice maker is shot? Where does it get it's power? Thanks

Brandon for Model Number pfsf2mic

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I am not getting water through the door or the icemaker. There is water going to the refrigerator from the wall supply. From other posts it sounds like the water inlet valve may be bad but one post said to test to see if there is voltage going to the valve. What should the voltage be when the water dispenser switch is pressed. Thanks for your help.

Tony for Model Number ge gsh25jfta

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Our ice maker stopped a year ago, but we were always able to get water. A few weeks ago we were not getting any water (prior to that it was slow) so I changed the filter and then no water at all. We are getting water through the pump in back of fridge, to the front blue valve but not through the freezer door or the water spout. We lost electricity for almost 24 hrs last week due to a ice storm (we heard the line could be frozen) however, nothing spoiled in the freezer and it still doesn't work. We also put a hairdryer to it for a few min today and that didn't work. HELP!!

Lisa for Model Number GSS25WGTABB GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR

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My ice maker water line has frozen up several times now recently. The line itself is full of ice, and the small tray fills up as well. I replaced the filter. Even ran some vinegar through the system. I have defrosted it several times, which makes it work for a while. One internet article says its the water inlet valve leaking. I guess that could be. Could it be the selenoid in the door? I would appreciate your opinion as to the most likely part to replace. Kris

Kris C for Model Number PSS25NGNA

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Do you have this inlet valve WR57X10032 with 230vac?

Tim for Model Number WR57X10032

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The Water Dispenser on my GE Profile Side By Side continues to drip after shut off. If I dispense a large quantity of water, it usually does not drip but if I only dispense a small quantity, it drips every time.

Sue S for Model Number PSI23SGPABS

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