I have taken out the three solenoid valve,but don't know how the wiring goes to plug onto the prongs.The plugs have 2 wires on 1 side and 1 wire on the other. The plugs are colorred,purple, red and white. On the solenoid has a marking "M " and "B4" on the prongs.
Please tell me how they connect. Your help would be very appericated.
Answer Norman, I don't have connector colors, But I do have wire colors, The single solenoid"Isolation valve"will have the water inlet tube attached to it and have a purple and tan wire in one side and a white wire on the other, The solenoid that supplies water to the ice maker will have a tan wire in one connector and a white wire in the other. and the solenoid that supplies water to the door dispenser will have a purple wire in one connector and a white wire in the other. I think this will get you through the rest of the repair, Good Luck and Thanks.
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My water valve has all threaded fiittings on the lines. What do I have to do to convert the lines to use with the new style water valve for push in lines?
Answer Hello Bob,
All you need to do is cut the ends off of the water lines, (the lines must be cut off SQUARELY), to eliminate the part that has indentations from the other installation. The lines will slip into the new valve fittings and when they bottom, push harder until you feel them "pop" in about another 1/4 of an inch. When this occurs, pulling on the line a bit seats the seal.