Is water line from valve y to ice maker one or two pieces mine looks like two pieces does it need coupler
The water line that goes from the valve to the icemaker is a 1 piece line. The part number to replace this water line would be 4389174. Which is a design with a heater to keep it from freezing. There are instructions on how to replace this water line included with the part.
What is the part number for water line for the ice maker?
Answer Jack, the water tube up to the icemaker is part number 4387492. Thanks!
I need a fill tube for my ice maker.
Answer Hello Dan,
241796405 is the fill tube that is in the kit listed for this model. The actual water line up the back of the unit is 218976901.
Refrigerator Water Tube Assembly for this model? , i actually want to replace all the tubing but cant seem to find this specific model as it is quite old.
The water line for the icemaker is part number WR17X1948, The water line that goes into the door has been discontinued part number WR17X10206. The other water line would be from the valve to the water tank and then to the door which is part of the water tank itself. The water tank part number WR17X2132 has also been discontinued by the manufacturer.
What is the outside diameter of this line? I need 5/16".
Answer Hello Gabriel, we have a water tube that is 5/16" listed as part number 218976409. Thanks!
Water line for ice maker.
Answer John, the icemaker fill tube is part number WR17X11168. Thanks!
How to replace the water line attachments to the refrigerator. I purchased the water line tube, now I am unable to disconnect the part thats connected to the refrigerator that attaches to the water line itself... help
Answer Sonya, There are two(2) types of fill valve connections, depending on you're valve, if you have the original style plastic or brass compression nut and ferrel, you will need a pair of pliers or wrench to loosen and remove(turn the nut counterclockwise) the nut holding the tube to the valve. If you have the newer style "John Guess" fitting, There is a "plastic" ring surrounding the tube, where it enters the valve. Press in / down on the ring and pull the tube out of the valve at the same time. Thanks, and Good Luck.