Where is the inlet valve P/N AP4327602 located in a Whirlpool Gold Refrigerator Model: GS6NBEXRL00? and can you give me some pointers on how to change it?
Answer Hello Isaac, This valve W10159839 is located behind the cover on the back of the refrigerator. To disconnect the water lines you simply press in on the fittings and the water lines will release. When installing into the new valve, push them in until you feel a click, or they bottom out. Hope this helps.
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it seems the flapper motor on my fridge is not working properly and needs to be replaced, also my ice maker seems to be stuck trying to dispense ice as well not making as much ice and so I don't know what to do here please help and make a video for replacing the motor on the flapper!!!
To replace the dispenser motor, you will need to remove the drip tray. Under the drip tray there will be 2 screws that you remove. Once removed this will give you access to the dispenser motor be able to replace it. For the icemaker not making enough ice you will want to remove the icemaker and check the module for a broken pin on the large wheel of the module.
Water is coming out the front of my ice maker and creating an iceberg in the freezer. What could cause this? The ice maker still makes ice also.
Answer Hello Rodger. If the icemaker is over filling, replace the valve. If the icemaker is not over filling, but is leaking, replace the icemaker.
Ice make works fine but water will not despense any water, are there any other valves that could cause this problem or is the Inlet Valve the onlu cause?
The water valve would be the most likely cause of failure. There is a way to check to see if it is the valve or the tubing in the door being frozen. If you remove the kickplate and disconnect the john guess fitting at the bottom of the door, Push the water dispenser to see if water comes out. If not then the water valve is at fault.
My ice maker is working fine, however it is leaking water under the ice maker, is the ice maker bad or water inlet valve?
With there being water under the icemaker it is most likely the icemaker that would need to be replaced. The mold of the icemaker may be deteriorating.