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    • Part Number: AP3189335
    • MFG Part Number: WR57X10033
    • Made by: GE
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The water was gushing out of the icemaker, filled the bin and overflowed onto the floor. I presume this valve will solve the problem. Can this part be replaced without moving the refrigerator? I can't find it on the parts drawing. Can a woman do this herself?

Cj for Model Number TBX18JI

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I HAVE RECONNECTED THE PUMP, BUT THE PUMP DOESN'T DRAW WATER. IS THE ELECTRICAL PLUG DIRECTIONAL? DOES IT MATTER IF THE PUMP IS VERTICAL OR HORIZONTAL? THANK YOU

Mike for Model Number TBX25RLG

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Once the ice maker is filled up with water, the line at the top of the refrigerator pops off and water flows onto the floor. Can this be caused by the water valve AP3189335 not stopping the flow once the ice tray is filled up. There is no water overflow in the freezer part. The GE refrigerator Model number is GTS18XCSARWW

Ed D. for Model Number drozd.ed@gmail.com

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Hi, My the icemaker on my refrigerator overflows into the ice bin, form a large block of ice (still makes ice though). Ive replaced the water valve and still have the same problem. From reading other FAQs, it seems the fill time should be about 3 seconds. My question is that 3 continuous seconds? Mine makes a buzzing/ humming sound after it dumps a load of ice, which I assume is the opening of the water valve, but mine does it in spurts. maybe a 2 second spurt, pause, 2 second spurt, long pause then a quick spurt. Not sure if its a faulty icemaker or a mother board. Thanks in advance. Bucky

Bucky for Model Number PDF22MFSABB

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Ice maker will not fill with water or cycle. It has plenty of water pressure to the water valve. Is it the valve or the motherboard?

Jacques for Model Number GTS18GCSARBB

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I just installed a water line and it is not getting water to the tray. Do I need a new pump?

Dan D for Model Number GTS18GCSARBB

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Our ice maker stopped working last week. Just prior to that the ice was very thin walled for about a week, then a number of unusual sounds during the night from the frig. The ice maker water line flows freely. Would a broken water inlet valve not allow any water to the line downstream of this valve?

Ken for Model Number GE PDS21SB ice maker kit UKKITT3S

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I have just received the replacement part for the water valve for my refrigerator (valve leaked). Part # WR57X10033. The mounting bracket that the valve is attached to is different from the one on the refrigerator and in your schematic. I need to know what is the correct way to mount the bracket to the back of the refrigerator. Thank you, Mike Hiza PS If there is a web page that shows the new mounted bracket that would be a great help

Mike for Model Number GE TBX25RLG REFRIGERATOR

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This has an ice maker, the water inlet valve is on the back bottom right side of refrigerator if you are standing behind it. Just to the left there is a small fan. Underneath this small fan I saw water standing. My question is, is this normal or where might the water be coming from, and does the water inlet valve have to be mounted to back of refrigerator to ground it to make it work properly? Reason I ask iscould the vavle have a leak, but I have no water on the floor under the vavle? Hope I explained

Paul P for Model Number G E TFX20RKB FRIG

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Ice maker not making ice, water leaking in freezer creating ice on bottom and water slowly leaking occasionally from bottom.

George for Model Number ZICS360NMCRH

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