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GE WR57X10026 Refrigerator Water Valve and Bracket Assembly

by GE
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Genuine GE factory part
  • Common in GE and other refrigerator brands

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Technical Details
Part NumberWR57X10026
Item Weight540 g
Product Dimensions15 x 13 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberWR57X10026
Item Package Quantity1
Weight540 grams
Additional Information
Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
Best Sellers Rank #99,643 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight680 g
Date First AvailableMarch 13 2012
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General Electric WR57X10026 Refrigerator Water Valve and Bracket Assembly includes twin water valve and short bracket. This valve contains the new-style quick connections.

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General Electric WR57X10026 Refrigerator Water Valve and Bracket Assembly includes twin water valve and short bracket. This valve contains the new-style quick connections.To install, cut retaining nuts off of existing plastic water lines(the cuts need to be clean and straight to seal properly) and gently push them into new valve. To remove, depress ring into which the water tube slides.

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Genuine OE product. Fit properly and came with bracket & hardware. Good value and would have had to order in locally anyway.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa1252ae0) out of 5 stars 69 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa12a9b34) out of 5 stars refrigerator water valve Jan. 1 2011
By James E. Mueller - Published on
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I was just a little concerned that the replacement part might not fit. I was pleasantly surprised that it not only fit but was very easy to install. The product shipped very quick as the old valve was leaking and needed replacement ASAP. I would recommend for the best price, fast shipping, and having just the right part for the job.
HASH(0xa12aa60c) out of 5 stars Perfect fit, like original, no more leaking water from the water dispenser Sept. 25 2013
By D. Fox - Published on
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About a week ago I noticed a fairly large puddle on the floor of our kitchen, I found the tray for the ice/water dispenser on the freezer door was full of water and it was running down the door of the freezer. The water dispenser was dripping a drop of water every 1-2 seconds. I tried to get the valve to seal, by cycling the water and turning on and off the main water while cycling the water valve, but it would not ever seal completely. Sometimes it would overfill a large cup in an hour; sometimes it would not fill the same cup up in a few hours. Did a little research and found this valve was the culprit, wanted almost $100 dollars + shipping, I was able to order this with free 2-day shipping via Amazon Prime.

Easy fix, once you have access to the back of the fridge, you need to unhook the four water lines remember where they go, (You will also get significant water leaking from the white hose that goes to the water tank in the fridge for water dispensing). There are four individual connectors to each valve, they all run to one main plug connector at the main refrigerator wiring. I found it easiest to disconnect the main plug and swap the 4 individual wiring connectors across to the new unit on the counter with the old unit removed. The valve assembly itself is only held on with one bolt, and then hooked on the side of the inner fridge. Undo the bolt and unhook the bracket and it should come right out. Put the new unit in with the wiring on it, connect the hoses to the same valve location they were removed from, plug in the main wiring connector (be sure to match wire colors if the connector can be reversed). And you should be ready to go. (FYI: the water dispenser may take a while to refill the tank in the refrigerator; it took about 3 cycles at 20 seconds each to finally get water coming out the freezer door.)

Total job took less than 10 minutes; I spent more time cleaning the top of the refrigerator off so I could pull it away from the wall!
HASH(0xa12aa7ec) out of 5 stars GREAT having chilled water and ice again. Feb. 28 2013
By Sheldon Lam - Published on
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My GE frig stopped making ice and dispensing cold water. I replaced the filter but that made no difference. The water would take 30 seconds to a minute before any came out. It finally stopped altogether. I decided to replace the valve assembly and ordered one from Amazon. For $55, it was a great price. Other retailers charge as much as $80 or more. Shipping was fast and free.
Replacing the assembly was fairly simple. The only problem was the plastic bracket over the input. It interfered with installing the valve assembly. My old assembly had a much smaller bracket. Ended up cutting it away with a wire cutter. Be sure to label the wire connectors and hoses as you remove them from the old assembly so you can replace them correctly on the new assembly. I simply removed each connector or hose from the old assembly and placed it on the new assembly.

I also had poor water flow due to the needle valve assembly where I connected to the water supply in my basement. The needle valve had become corroded with lime scale build up. I scrapped it down and cleaned out any remaining build up to get the water flowing again. I'll replace the needle valve assembly when I have time.

It's great to have water and ice again and not pay the repairman $300 or more for the house call.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa12aa54c) out of 5 stars fixed my problem and more!! Sept. 3 2013
By jose castillo - Published on
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It fixed all my problems!! My refrigerator is even making ice which it hasn't for a long time before I had the water leaking problem. Very easy to install.
HASH(0xa12aa7bc) out of 5 stars Easy as 1-2-3 and Save Big!!! Oct. 10 2012
By arrowhead - Published on
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I have a GE Profile Arctica, and the water dispenser made loud noises before dispensing water for about a months...and then it finally gave up. No more filtered water from my fridge :(. I started troubleshooting and found that water wasn't coming from this unit to the tank in the fridge. I browsed online for GE water valves, and this one matched exactly as the dead one in my fridge. So I ordered it from Amazon and installed it myself. It took less 15 mins to remove the old and install the new, including cleaning up the water mess :). I had the two units next to each other and unplugged the hoses one at a time and plugged it to the same valve on the new unit. Just make sure you depress the valve lips down before unplugging and plugging the hoses in. Afterward, it worked like a charm. Btw, I took the opportunity to also vacuum all the dusts and lints collected back there over the years. Hopefully, it will continue to work for another 10 yrs.

Now my light at the water/ice receptacle is out :(. The light bulb's filament seems fine. Any idea?