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    • Part Number: AP2071738
    • MFG Part Number: WR57X10026
    • Made by: GE
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My ice maker has a intermittent problem. It will work fine for a while but then the water will continue to run into the ice maker and will over flow into the freezer. What part do I need?

Glenn for Model Number TBX23ZGB

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I had a water line split very close to the orange inlet valve on the WR57X10026. I had to pull the old tubing out of the valve, but I can't get a replacement tube to reinstall in the orange inlet. Looking at the inlet, it seems that the old tubing left behind some plastic that I can't remove, and it's preventing the new tube from catching on the metal prongs to seat properly. Is it possible to just buy the replacement piece (metal plate, blue plate with inlet, orange piece) for what I would assume would be around $10, or do I need to replace the entire inlet valve assembly? Also, are those inlets made to be reusable, or can you only insert one plastic tube and it can't be removed for another one? Thanks.

Todd

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Repeating problem. Icemaker waterline pops out of elbow at back of refrig., called repairman, he changed tubing, 3 weeks later, same problem with water going onto floor instead of into icemaker. Repairman changed valve WR57X10026, and tubing, now same problem again 4 weeks later. Repairman doesn't know why, he changed aluminum tube for plastic one inside icemaker, he said maybe heater isn't working to keep tube from freezing, no replacement part available. Now no water into icemaker or on floor, water dispenser has always worked good through all this. What's next? Repairman is from Appliance store where I bought frig.

Terri C for Model Number GE Profile Arctica PSS25NGMAWW

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The Water Dispense on the front of the door works, but the Ice Maker does not make any ice. I'd like to check the Valve to verify power is going to the valve when the Ice maker calls for water. Is there a way to Force the Ice maker to Cycle/what Voltage am I looking for at the connector? -Dave

David W for Model Number TFX22ZPDAWW

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My water dispenser on door does not stop. Had to shut water supply to it. Is it water inlet valve or something in door? Thanks

Rick for Model Number ge refrig TFX26ZPDA-BB

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I have removed the panel in the back of the refrigerator to find the leak. My first question is this; is WR57X10026 a combination of WR57X10023 and and the brackets? If so, the leak seems to be coming out the circle, just above the blue connector on the top of the Water Inlet Valve (WR57X10023). After further inspection by turning the valve upside down so that you could see the silver seal with the 6 screws, it looks like someone else had been in there.. Well two of the screws are black and that silver seal is broken.... If this is a common part that fails, I would prefer to just replace the Water Inlet Valve instead of the entire part and save the money.

Ed for Model Number TFX26PPDA CC

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My ice maker is working, but my water dispenser is not. The parts breakdown diagram shows three (3) seperate water valves, 795,798,799 which one supplies the water to the dispenser?. can I rule out the 795 as it supplies water to the ice maker?

Rj for Model Number TFX26PPDCC

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Question about installation of part AP2071738. Previous owner of my home installed a water inlet valve on the GE Profile refrigerator that bypassed the water filter, so the two lines going to the water filter aren't connected to anything. In installation AP2071738, I'm not sure which line to connect to the orange "nozzle" and which to connect to the black "nozzle" on this part. Both lines are clear and neither are denoted as "in" or "out." Maybe it doesn't matter which way the water flows through the filter, but I thought I'd ask to find out. Maybe there is a way by the flow of water to tell if it is connected incorrectly? Thanks!

Tommy for Model Number TPX24BPDABB

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I recently ask a question about my water dispenser and ice maker on my refrigerator. My valve was working properly before I fixed the leak. I am concerned about putting the wire back correctly. does it not matter.

David V for Model Number tfx26ppdaww

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I disconnected the wiring from my water dispenser to fix a leak. I no longer have the leak but my ice maker does not make ice . However I do get drinking water out . I thought I put the wires back correctly but maybe not. Can you help

David V. for Model Number tfx26ppdaww

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