Question about LG Refrigerators
...water solenoid valve for the water dispenser is separate from the icemaker water supply solenoid valve . get to the icemaker water supply solenoid and test it if it works alright . unplug the fridge ...
...solenoid water valve in the back of unit. This opens when the icemaker is ready to fill the tray with water. The solenoid valves control the water for drinking and the water for making ice. Most have ...
...lines close to the old solenoids (you don't have much extra to play with). You'll just push the water lines into the new solenoid valves. Make sure the water is off and the refrigerator is
water solenoid is bad. need to make sure you get voltage(120v) to water solenoid. if voltage then the only other thing that could be wrong besides the solenoid. would be a kinked hose or the line (has
water solenoid is connected to a larger hose than the icemaker solenoid. The water solenoid is working but the Ice maker solenoid might be dead. BUT the ice maker might not be calling for water. It is
water solenoid valve needs replacement--that symptom usually causes either a slow leak and an overflowing ice cube tray or no water flow at all. To test the solenoid valve, slide your refrigerator out
...water solenoid? If not then your problem is in your water supply to the refrigerator. If you have water to the solenoid, does the solenoid energize when you try to get water at the dispenser? If not ...
...solenoid water valves at the bottom inlet water area. Check that they "click" when activated. Also could, but unlikely to be filter. Water circuit is to filter first then to ice/water as needed. Both ...
...and one for the water in the door. Check this solenoid with an OHM meter. The dispenser switch should send 110 volts to the solenoid. Check at the solenoid while pushing the water switch in the
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