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My water valve, ( a three solenoid) went haywire, I changed it and now it will not fill the ice maker, but I get water to the door just fine, I double checked my lines, all are right, what should I check now?

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The next thing to check would be to remove the line from the inlet valve that goes to the ice maker and blow into the line. Make sure the line is clear if you cant blow through it check your fill tub to make sure its not frozen. You could also try switching the wire harnesses for the solenoids (if they are both the same) and then call for water through to door (which in turn should fill your ice maker if you switched the harnesses) Then you would know that the valve is operating properly.
Hope this helps _MJ_

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