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Solenoid, Water Disp.

Part Number: AP4082816
MFG Part Number: 67883-3
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 Valve.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 67883-3 (AP4082816) replaces 680327, AH2071604, EA2071604, PS2071604.

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Hi, My Jenn-Air ice door is not opening completely. It only opens part way causing the ice to jam. Is there a solenoid controlling this? I see from previous post that you mentioned a circuit board. I don't see one on my diagram. Thanks Mark

Mark for Model Number JRSD2490T

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The ice door no longer opens to allow ice to drop into the glass. I assume it is a solenoid switch.

Ed for Model Number Jen-Air JRSD229

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The icemaker works in my Maytag RSW2400EAB, but towards the front of the icemaker there is a slow drip that freezes half of the cubes into a block. The drip stops when I keep the wire arm up. Any suggestions on how to repair?

Steve for Model Number Maytag RSW2400EAB

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I recently acquired a used Maytag....the water that comes out of the dispenser tastes awful. Is there a way to replace the filter? Thanks!!

Meg for Model Number Maytag Plus RSW2400EAB

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My icemaker does nothing. I've checked for a frozen line but it doesn't seem to be. Are there any tests I can do to isolate wether it's the water valve or the icemaker unit itself? I've found the test ports under the cover of the icemaker. I've checked continuity through the fuse to the icemaker when I had it out and it was ok.

Calvin E for Model Number jrte217

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The timing with the ice maker seems to be off. The tray fills with water but tries to eject the ice before it is frozen, causing the tray to over fill. The excess water ends up on the floor after the inside of the freezer compartment has taken on all the water it will hold. Any ideas?

W. F. Dude for Model Number RCW2000D

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