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Water pump for icemaker leaking, need replacement pump.

My GE GSS20IEP WW has a 115vac 50/60Hz RIV-12AE water pump. The pump is cracked and leaking. I need a replacement pump but have no idea where to aquire one or how much it may cost. Please advise. Thanks!

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Either the inlet valve /water pump is defective, or the icemaker solenoid is shored.

Most likely the second one.


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