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GE WR62X10055 Solenoid Assembly for Refrigerator

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  • 1 year manufacturer warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

WR62X10055R New OEM GE Bulk Solenoid Assembly for Refrigerator This part is a possible option when ice door won't open or shut properly or when water is not dispensing. This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore. This part fixes the following symptoms: Door sweats inside or outside Water dispenser will not dispense water Ice maker won't dispense ice Ice maker will not make ice Leaking water Freezer section too warm Genuine General Electric. GE include Hotpoint and RCA. New OEM. Fast & FREE Shipping!

From the Manufacturer

Solenoid Assembly. This part works with the following models: General Electric BSS25JFRJWW, General Electric BSY25GFMWW, General Electric CSS25USWASS, General Electric CSS25USWCSS, General Electric GSF25XGWABB, General Electric CSCP5UGXSS, General Electric CSHS5UGXSS, General Electric GSCF3PGXBB, General Electric GSCF3PGXWW, General Electric GSCS3KGYSS, General Electric GSCS3PGXSS.

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Technical Details
Part Number WR62X10055
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5.9 x 1.1 x 1 inches
Item model numberWR62X10055
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 year manufacturer warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB004H3XX1Y
Best Sellers Rank #19,608 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 7, 2008
  
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Customer Reviews

It was easy to install.
Milton A.
In replacing the ice dispenser flapper, I found the original solenoid was all rusted up.
Daddy Fix
Item as described, fit perfectly with my GE Refrigerator.
James in Los Angeles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Guitar on May 18, 2013
Symptoms
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If your icemaker seems to leak water, the flap doesn't close, the icemaker jams up and doesn't dispense ice, the door "chute" area is frosted up and/or filled with a frozen block of ice or if you see a bunch of frost on the face of the ice drawer, this solenoid is likely to be the culprit.

Cause of the problem
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This solenoid opens and closes the icemaker "flap". When the solenoid gets rusty it doesn't properly function and the flap stays open. Then air gets into the chute, frosting up the internal pathway from the icemaker drawer all the way to the door.

The Repair
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To replace it - you simply pry the instrument cluster out, unplug the wires going to the control board, behind that is a plastic part held by 4 screws. Take them out and pull the plastic cover straight out. To the right of the door flap is this solenoid. It is held in place by 2 screws on the bottom, and a post on the top. That top post is NOT a screw - but if it is rusty you might think it is. Just take out the two bottom screws and pull down hard and the solenoid will pull loose. Then flip the flap door open, reach up and lift the solenoid plunger off the door arm. It just hangs on there.

If you have this new part in hand, the whole operation takes about 5-10 minutes to replace this.

My refrigerator is a 12 year old GE GSS 25JFMC WW, and I've replaced this solenoid twice. It's a terrible design, so if your refrigerator uses this...get used to replacing the solenoid every few years. There are several models that use this solenoid, mine is just one of them.

The good news is the part is only $25 online, even less at some places, or available prime shipped from Amazon. If you buy it from a retail appliance parts store, they may charge $47 or more....buy it online instead and save.

Good luck!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James in Los Angeles on May 28, 2014
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I have a GE GSS25KGMA WW model side by side refrigerator. The installation was completed within ten minutes after watching a youtube video on the subject.

Symptom: The ice dispenser door would not close. At first the problem was intermittent and I can solve the problem simply be tapping or lifting the door up and it would close. Eventually the ice dispenser door became fixed in place and I could not move it at all even by applying a decent force. The problem with the ice dispenser door staying open is that the freezer will need to work more to cool down. Once the door was fixed open as a temporary solution, I placed a small towel in the opening to provide insulation to keep the cool in. The problem with this temporary approach is that to get ice you need to open the freezer door and ice cube compartment to get ice.

Solution: Remove old solenoid assembly and replace with the new solenoid.

Result: Happy that I no longer have to open the refrigerator door to get ice cubes. I wish I had replaced the solenoid much earlier.

Item as described, fit perfectly with my GE Refrigerator. Good luck!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Nesky on July 30, 2014
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works but same construction as existing product so it will fail again and again!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul O on October 8, 2014
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Fits my GSH25ISXLSS model, i guess it's what they use in a lot of GE models. That's the good part. The bad part is that it's made of the same materials so it would start to rot the moment it's installed and it did not include the screws to replace the old ones which were also corroded. I sprayed it with a primer with some anti rust just to slow down the corrosion.
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repair your fridge yourself and save $100's over a repairman. look up your model # on youtube with the part you need to replace. almost guaranteed there is a video with step by step instructions on how to replace the part. This particular part took all of 15 min at most and the majority of that time was me sanitizing all the parts of the ice chute and surrounding parts.
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By Manzo on July 12, 2014
Used on my neighbors refrigerator. Flapper now closes and keep the door from frosting.
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By Amazon Customer on June 12, 2014
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The solenoid fit perfectly and worked as advertised. Doing the repair myself saved me a ton of money, and I didn't need to schedule time to be there for the appliance repairman.
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By David Doy on April 20, 2014
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Exact replacement part proved easy to install and fixed the problem. Watched a "how to"video on line prior to repairing. Proved to be fairly easy to do and saved me some money. Can't ask for any more that that!!!
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