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    • Part Number: AP3189335
    • MFG Part Number: WR57X10033
    • Made by: GE
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The icemaker for this refrigerator forms a large block of frozen cubes. Is this (probably) from a leaking solenoid valve?

Don W for Model Number GE GTS18KCMBRWW

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I would like to replace the plastic water line for my icemaker with a copper one on my General Electric Fridge Model Number GTH21KCXABB (it's the line from the single outlet water valve (#PS304375) to the actual icemaker). The valve does not accept a copper line however and was wondering if there is a conversion kit, or a different valve I can use. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kyle

Kyle V for Model Number General Electric GTH21KCXABB;

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What is the probable cause of ice maker tube continually freezing? I have removed the tube to clear the frozen ice a couple of times in the last few days.

Ken for Model Number Kenmore double door fridge

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Watched video to replace water valve to allow icemaker to fill with water. Instructions say to flush water through system by water dispenser. My refrigerator does not have a dispenser. Is there an alternate way to flush?

Gary T. for Model Number GTS18WCPJRWW

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My icemaker is leaking water into ice tray. Research suggests faulty water inlet valve. The number on the existing valve is 110628L. Which water inlet valve should I purchase as a replacement? Thanks Ron

Ron for Model Number GE #TBX21KMR

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The ice maker tubing cracked and broke close to the valve. The water tubing seems to be brittle and I cannot re-connect the tubing to the valve. Do I need to have access to the back of the refrigerator in order to replace the tubing. I could see the tubing on top but it runs to the back and down. Should I replace the valve and tubing at the same time? It's summer time and I want to get the ice maker working. My refrigerator does not have a water dispenser, just an ice maker. Is this an easy job? Thank you for your help.

Sat for Model Number ZIS420NMA

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Water line installed recently, fridge 7yrs icemaker never used until now. The water will not stop running into ice maker pours out into bin.

Shonnelle C for Model Number GTS18XCS

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My refrigerator is GE, the ice-maker control valve was broken, we took out it, and the model number is Invensys K-74973-4,120V 60HZ,35w. I need to buy a new one. Please tell me model is what I need, thank you.

Sharon for Model Number invensys K-74973-4

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Do you measure voltage to the water inlet valve solenoid for the ice maker from one lead to ground? or across the leads? Across the leads, I get less than 20 volts.

Paul for Model Number GE Refrigerator TXT24S

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I need to replace the water inlet valve, but the current one is connected with copper tubing, and your video shows plastic tubing. Does the replacement valve assembly work with copper tubing? And if so, any tips for making a good connection?

Paul R. for Model Number ZIS48NAASS

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