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Wiring diagram to add WR23X10035 Relay and Harness assy to WR57X10026 bracket and valve assy.

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SOURCE: step by step installation of WR57X10026 GE

I inserted tubes in their harnesses, one at a time. And when I pushed each tube, it snapped into place. Once complete, I reconnected the cable wires.

Very easy to install.

By the way, you need to offer assist on simple installations as such in liue of having your contact pay for it. By you wanting to send me to a so called 'expert' so you can charge me for a simple solution is unwarranted. It left a bad taste in my mouth.

Next time I have a more complicating request, I know what to do and where to go - Not your site, for sure.

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