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    • Part Number: AP4013326
    • MFG Part Number: 12490801
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have an Amana BX21TE that has stopped making ice. If I manually pour water into the icemaker, it freezes and is ejected properly, so the problem is that it is not getting water. I confirmed that the solenoid on the water valve works by plugging it into 120V. I also confirmed that there are no clogs in the water line. So the problem is that the signal is not getting from the icemaker to the valve to turn on the water. Is there any way to fix this without replacing the entire ice maker?

Kj for Model Number Amana BX21TE

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Ice maker has been working fine for about eight years and then stopped working all of a sudden on a Kenmore. I'm assuming it is the water valve Part # 12490801.

Pete

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Water does not always turn off quickly and leaves a frozen puddle in ice tray. Is there a replacement water inlet valve?

Norm for Model Number kbla22krss with IC11b Icemaker.

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Just recently, the icemaker stopped making ice. Now the refrigerator has sour milk and its seems not to cool foods, unless it was because the door was left open. But, it's still not making a single cube and makes a generating sound like it trying to cool but its not as cool as it should be. How do I tell if the water inlet valve solenoid or the icemaker have failed? Please help!

Steven B. for Model Number AMANA tri18tw

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Our icemaker sometimes makes hollow ice cubes and lately intermittently the water doesn't shut off when filling the tray and floods the icebox freezer and icebox below. We currently put the icemaker's arm up so it won't make ice so it won't flood our icebox. Is it the water valve or the icemaker that has the problem? My phone # is: (314)249-6103. Thanks

Ray S. for Model Number TPI21A3L

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What causes the water line to the ice maker freeze?

Dan for Model Number BX21V2C

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The icemaker operates in an unsatisfactory manner. It produces miniscule ice cubes.

Norman C. for Model Number TP21A3W

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I have tried replacing the water inlet valve on the fridge but that didn't fix the problem. Then I went ahead and replaced the icemaker assembly, but there still is no water going into the plastic tube that supplies water from the inlet valve to the icemaker. I checked both the replacement inlet valve and the original, and they both have continuity. There is an electrical connection to the inlet valve and also to the icemaker. There is no reason for me to believe that a short has developed in either, but how do I go about testing to see if I have power coming from both of these connections? I have a multimeter but I'm strictly an amateur at this and need some advice.

Michael H. for Model Number Amana TH21V2W

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Our ice maker stopped working and there was no water coming out of the refrigerator end of the water valve. I unplugged the fridge and removed the water valve, took it apart, cleaned the filter, etc, but still get no water. I ordered a replacement valve from APP but that didn't fix the problem. After revisiting your site I learned how to test the valve's coil with a multimeter and both the old and the new valve seem to be fine. Is there something else I can check or will I need to replace the entire ice maker assembly? Thanks!

Michael H. for Model Number Amana TH21V2W refrigerator

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