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    • Part Number: AP2071736
    • MFG Part Number: WR57X10024
    • Made by: GE
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I have a water leak where the hose goes into the white fitting, apparently to the water filter. How do I fix it?

George for Model Number GSS25LGMA

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Water works fine. Ice in ice bin turns into a block of ice and it seems that some water may be dripping into the ice bin and the freezing everything.

Joe for Model Number GSS25LGMAWW

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The water dispenser initially would hum and take up to 20-30 seconds until water would start, and then work like normal. Now it does not hum or do anything. The icemaker works, although it is not consistently filling all the cubes completely, and the cycle time is long. Like others on this forum, I am a bit confused on which valve(s) I need - 134, 135, or 136. Can you explain how they interact, and which valve(s) I should replace in my scenario? Thanks.

Paul C. for Model Number GE Refrigerator Model TFS28PPBEBS

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Similar to Ed. Humming and dely on cool water. Icemaker works fine. Filter has been replaced. Listening to the changes in buzz pitch, I had also concluded the valve was not working properly. But I'm confused as to the purpose of the various water valves; primary valve (35) and filter valve (36). I don't know which I need to buy. Both seem to have two outlets and two coils. Do both get energized to supply water to the door?

Steve for Model Number TFX26PP

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How do you test the water inlet valve for ice maker

Brian for Model Number TFX28ppd

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Water is leaking where the hose goes into the black fitting pictured above. I pushed it in and pulled on it but it still leaks though it is secure. Is this common? Suggestions?

Johnny W. for Model Number GE TFX26PP

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Ice Maker makes small or hollow cubes an leaks water (overnight or overtime)that appears to be coming from the water/ice dispenser area when the feeler arm is on the ON position. Reading my manual under troubleshooting it suggests a clogged filter. However, when looking up changing filter it suggests a filter is not on ALL models which my model appears NOT to have a filter. What may be causing this issue and what may be the repair?

Pat for Model Number TPX24BRDA BB

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After replacing the water filter, the water dispensor worked for a few minutes. Now little or no water flows to the dispensor or ice maker. I can hear the valves hum. Putting in the filter bypass did not help. Is there water line screen somewhere that can be cleaned out? My theory is the higher water flow from the new filter dislodged sediment that clogged the screen.

John B. for Model Number TFS28PPDA GE Refrigerator

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Ice is blocking fill tube in ice maker for GE Profile TFX28PBDAWW; the cold water tap works fine. From previous questions, it appears that I need to replace the water valve. Question is which one, or both since there are two listed; and either way, how do I access the valve(s); they appear to be buried alongside the compressor. Thanks!

Dick for Model Number GE Profile TFX28PBDAWW

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I have a delay of about twenty seconds when I press the button to get water. This is the same problem as described in a previous question. There is no coughing or sputtering so I don't think there is any air in the line. I have removed the filter and put in the bypass plug which didn't help. I have replaced the water valve part AP2071736 per your suggestion and that also made no difference. The stream is strong and steady once it starts. You hear a low buzz when you first press the button which becomes louder just before the water starts. It seems to work perfectly except for the long delay before releasing any water. What should I look at next?

Ed H. for Model Number TFX28PPDB WW

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