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Water Filter By Pass Head

Part Number: AP4245984
MFG Part Number: R0000009
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Filter.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number R0000009 (AP4245984) replaces 12319901, 12319902, 12319903, 12319904, 12388301, 12388302, 12388303, 822628, PS2165428, R9800638.

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I bought a 5 year old used Amana Fridge the other day and the owner claims he never changed the water filter. As a result, the filter was frozen onto the nozzle that feeds up into the housing unit. When attempting to apply some pressure to remove the filter, I broke off the little nozzle. How do I repair this? Do I need to replace the whole housing?

Tony G for Model Number Amana SZD26VE - Broken Water Filter Housing Nozzle

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I have an Amana refrigerator model # DRS2662AW, S/N: 0105100729. I installed a reverse osmosis filter and I want to bypass the filter. In a previous inquiry, I was told I would need the Assy, Head/bypass part AP4245984 (mfg. part # R0000009). Do you have any instillation information? Thanks

Richard for Model Number DRS2662AW

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I have an Amana side by side and the ice maker and water dispensor stopped working. I replaced the water valve and get water at the valve outlet but not at the door. I checked and replaced the filter and when it filled I got water at the door. I put everything together but it stopped working again. If I remove the filter and drain it it will refill and the water at the door works. If I wait and try it again it does not work. I pushed on the small metal valve button at the filter and get water but again it only works the first time and then stops. Could the valve at the filter assembly be bad?

Gerry

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When I tried to replace filter that was a "replacement" for the original, I didn't realize until afterwards that it was a tiny bit different, as far as where to start with the label to screw on. When I screwed that replacement on, I was having a problem getting it to start on the grooves. I then took it out to look at it, saw it was a little different, and then saw that the male piece that slid into the hole in the middle of the filter with the o-ring snapped off at a place that was level with the top of the filter. I pulled it out of the filter with pliers and saw it also had the o-ring on it. Now that I saw where the grooves were, I put the broke-off piece back in with the o-ring and finally put the filter on. I have not had the filter replaced in quite a few years, so I don't know how fast it is supposed to be working, but it is working at a decent clip. I put some plastic container in the fridge under the filter to make sure it doesn't leak, and it hasn't so far. I saw this part on your website: AP4245984, that seems to be a replacement for the part the filter for the water supply screws into, but I don't see the male piece that slides into the hole in the filter. Is this really the right part, and where is that male piece?

Kevin for Model Number Amana SXD26VW

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How do you remove the old AP4245984 Assy, Head. I can see two screws, but they are blocked by the plastic in the assembly. This is the assembly that holds the Water Filter. The assembly broke while replacing filter.

Verlin for Model Number Amana SRD26VW

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