Can I use 5220JA2009D to replace 5220JA2006D? This is water inlet valve for ice maker. Thanks.
Answer Hello! Unfortunately, we do not have any documentation advising that the two parts cross reference or replace one another. According to your model the replacment water valve should be part number 5221JA2006D. Thanks!
how can you get ice maker to kick on to be able to read the volts. it is only reading .3 at the wire contactors to the valve. is there a fuse somewhere for the ice maker? the best i can tell water is getting to the valve and the valve is not oppening. thanks for your time.
Answer David, Baseed on the parts diagram and the icemaker that should be in your refrigerator 5989JA0002U to start a test cycle, press and hold the cube size adjustment button( below the LED) for three to five seconds and the icemaker should star the test mode (if the cycle doesn't start after a couple of attempts, the ice maker is faulty and will need to be replaced(it's non serviceable) if the test mode does start, then the fill switch in the mechanism will apply 120 VAC to the wiring on the icemaker for approximately 8 to 15 seconds. Good Luck and Thanks and Good Luck
Ice maker doesn't work. Water supply is being fed to the water valve and cube size lites work. How do I troubleshoot the water valve and ice-maker? Thanks
Answer Hi Ken. The water valve will ohm out between 18-35 ohms, just as so it is not open or shorted. Does the ice maker send the 120 vac when calling for water? Set the meter -up so you can quickly peek for the 6-seconds of command. If you do not get the 120 vac, then replace the ice maker part # 5989JA0002U. If you do , then the water should travel up the fill tube into the back and into the ice-maker. Make sure the ice- maker fill tube is not frozen completely. If it is ,this needs to be twisted and removed. Flush with warm water and completely dry w/ hair dryer if needed. This is a definite sign the water valve needs replaced. Water valve part # 5220JA2009D. Thank You.
Hi. My LG fridge stopped making ice. Before it stopped making it, it was making too much at times. Would that be a bad sensor or a water valve?
Answer Hello! Test the valve. If there is power there but no water, change the water valve. Cycle the icemaker. If the icemaker does not cycle, change the icemaker. Hope this information helps!