Replacement 4318047 Refrigerator Water Valve for Maytag / Amana

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Sku:  APN4318047
Condition:  New

$19.25

Compatible water valve used for some Admiral, Amana, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Magic Chef, Maytag, Norge, Roper, and Whirlpool refrigerator models.

Directly Replaces: 4318047, AP3103467, 1-16305, 1014, 116305, 3456, 4318047VP, 46000482531, 46000627558, 46004210524, 482531, 53753-1, 55996-1, 55996-5, 6-25765, 6-25793, 6-27143, 6-27453, 6-27461, 60184-3, 61001019, 625717, 626084, 627117, 627382, 627383, 627384, 675733, 69347681, 69362583, 69364-3, 8214, 99989712, A3034201, AH358631, B11-218, D3961503, D7022103, D70368-3, D7121403, EA358631, IH2003, IMV460, K-51705, K51705, PS358631, R0175012, R1750-12, R1750-8, Y0054542, Y04719508, Y625765, Y625793, Y627143, Y627453, Y627461.

Specifications:

  • Ice maker water inlet valve kit.
  • Includes valve, mounting bracket, water line connectors, and installation hardware.
  • New water line connector replaces old style screw connectors.

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    VALVE FOR WHIRLPOOL

    Posted by Ken D. Ehli on 23rd Jan 2021

    works great

  • 5
    Valve for Whirlpool

    Posted by Bill S on 17th Jul 2020

    We have a model ED25TEXHW00 Manufactured 9/1999, purchased in 2000. The ice maker stopped making ice. The ice maker control was making a rattling noise, so we replaced the ice maker control. Quiet now, but no ice. Upon testing, found water not flowing to ice maker. Checked valve solenoids, which worked fine using jumpers at the controller. We decided to replace both valve sets, BUT could not find compatible valves for our Whirlpool model. So, compared images of what was available with those in our refrigerator. Purchased the closest ones. This single solenoid product matched with the exception that the inlet tube was larger diameter and would have required replacing the tubing. The answer: we replaced the solenoid, removing the solenoid from the new valve and installing on the old valve. Issue solved, apparently the solenoid became weak over the 20 years to date. We also did the same with the dual valve included in the Whirlpool refrigerator.

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