Question about Refrigerators
Those cylindrical shaped things with wires connected to it are solenoids. Each one with different purpose. One should be for the ice maker, and the other one for the water. It's best to have an assistant depress the water dispenser while you look back there if the solenoid opens the water valve at the bottom rear of the refrigerator. If the solenoid is bad, you would have to replace the whole solenoid assembly. The part itself cost at least one hundred dollars to about 170 dollars. You may also find out the cause of the leak while someone press the dispenser as you observe whats going on at the bottom rear of the unit. Good luck
Posted on May 28, 2011
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