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Hi @kyrodapyro1 ,
 
When you say you swapped the wires on the solenoids do you mean the water dual outlet valve?
 
If not, where did you swap the wires?
 
Looking at the [https://www.partselect.com/Models/TFX20JRBAWW/#Sections|parts diagrams] there is a dual outlet water valve where the water supply to the refrigerator is connected to, so presumably one pipe leads to the ice maker and one to the dispenser.
 
There is a solenoid in the ice maker and also one in the dispenser.
 
Seems strange that there are two valves for each but would think that when you operate the dispenser it would operate the inlet valve and the solenoid for the dispenser and when the ice maker arm operated it would do the same for the two associated with it
 
If you swapped the wires at the outlet valve (and outlet water pipeshoses as well?) I could understand it better as then the dispenser switch would operate the ice maker valve to allow the water to flow in, if the ice maker solenoid was already operated because there was no water in the tray.
If you swapped the wires at the outlet valve (and outlet water pipeshoses as well?) I could understand it better as then the dispenser switch would operate the ice maker valve to allow the water to flow in, if the ice maker solenoid was already operated because there was no water in the tray.
 
You didn't say though that the ice maker arm would allow water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swapped the feeder pipes at the dual outlet valve. If it doesn't then there is a problem in the wiring between the ice maker arm and the valve because you know that the dispenser valve works OK when it is connected to the dispenser.
 
Hopefully this makes a bit of sense as just swapping “wires” shouldn’t allow the water to flow to where it shouldn’t if there is a dual outlet water valve as shown in the parts list

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Hi @kyrodapyro1 ,
 
When you say you swapped the wires on the solenoids do you mean the water dual outlet valve?
 
If not, where did you swap the wires?
 
Looking at the part diagrams[https://www.partselect.com/Models/TFX20JRBAWW/#Sections|parts diagrams] there is a dual outlet water valve where the water supply to the refrigerator is connected to, so presumably one pipe leads to the ice maker and one to the dispenser.
Looking at the part diagrams[https://www.partselect.com/Models/TFX20JRBAWW/#Sections|parts diagrams] there is a dual outlet water valve where the water supply to the refrigerator is connected to, so presumably one pipe leads to the ice maker and one to the dispenser.
 
There is a solenoid in the ice maker and also one in the dispenser.
 
Seems strange that there are two valves for each but would think that when you operate the dispenser it would operate the inlet valve and the solenoid for the dispenser and when the ice maker arm operated it would do the same for the two associated with it
 
If you swapped the wires at the outlet valve (and outlet water pipes as well?) I could understand it better as then the dispenser switch would operate the ice maker valve to allow the water to flow in, if the ice maker solenoid was already operated because there was no water in the tray.
 
You didn't say though that the ice maker arm would allow water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swapped the feeder pipes at the dual outlet valve. If it doesn't then there is a problem in the wiring between the ice maker arm and the valve because you know that the dispenser valve works OK when it is connected to the dispenser.
 
Hopefully this makes a bit of sense as just swapping “wires” shouldn’t allow the water to flow to where it shouldn’t if there is a dual outlet water valve as shown in the parts list

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Hi @kyrodapyro1 ,
 
When you say you swapped the wires on the solenoids do you mean the water dual outlet valve?
 
WhereIf not, where did you swap the wires?
WhereIf not, where did you swap the wires?
 
Looking at the part diagrams there is a dual outlet water valve where the water supply to the refrigerator is connected to, so presumably one pipe leads to the ice maker and one to the dispenser.
 
There is a solenoid in the ice maker and also one in the dispenser.
 
Seems strange that there are two valves for each but would think that when you operate the dispenser it would operate the inlet valve and the solenoid for the dispenser and when the ice maker arm operated it would do the same for the two associated with it
 
If you swapped the wires at the outlet valve (and outlet water pipes as well?) I could understand it better as then the dispenser switch would operate the ice maker valve to allow the water to flow in. You didn't say though that thein, if the ice maker arm would allowsolenoid was already operated because there was no water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swappedin the pipestray.
If you swapped the wires at the outlet valve (and outlet water pipes as well?) I could understand it better as then the dispenser switch would operate the ice maker valve to allow the water to flow in. You didn't say though that thein, if the ice maker arm would allowsolenoid was already operated because there was no water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swappedin the pipestray.
 
IfYou didn't say though that the ice maker arm would allow water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swapped the feeder pipes at the dual outlet valve. If it doesn't then there is a problem in the wiring between the ice maker arm and the valve because you know that the dispenser valve works OK when it is connected to the dispenser.
IfYou didn't say though that the ice maker arm would allow water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swapped the feeder pipes at the dual outlet valve. If it doesn't then there is a problem in the wiring between the ice maker arm and the valve because you know that the dispenser valve works OK when it is connected to the dispenser.
 
Hopefully this makes a bit of sense as just swapping “wires” shouldn’t allow the water to flow to where it shouldn’t if there is a dual outlet water valve as shown in the parts list anyway.
Hopefully this makes a bit of sense as just swapping “wires” shouldn’t allow the water to flow to where it shouldn’t if there is a dual outlet water valve as shown in the parts list anyway.

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オリジナル投稿者: jayeff ,

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Hi @kyrodapyro1 ,

When you say you swapped the wires on the solenoids do you mean the water dual outlet valve?

Where did you swap the wires?

Looking at the part diagrams there is a dual outlet water valve where the water supply to the refrigerator is connected to, so presumably one pipe leads to the ice maker and one to the dispenser.

There is a solenoid in the ice maker and also one in the dispenser.

Seems strange that there are two valves for each but would think that when you operate the dispenser it would operate the inlet valve and the solenoid for the dispenser and when the ice maker arm operated it would do the same for the two associated with it

If you swapped the wires at the outlet valve (and outlet water pipes as well?)  I could understand it better as then the dispenser switch would operate the ice maker valve to allow the water to flow in. You didn't say though that the ice maker arm would allow water to come out of the dispenser or not only that it didn’t fill the ice maker which is understandable, if you swapped the pipes.

If it doesn't then there is a problem in the wiring between the ice maker arm and the valve because you know that the dispenser valve works OK when it is connected to the dispenser.

Hopefully this makes a bit of sense as just swapping “wires” shouldn’t allow the water to flow to where it shouldn’t if there is a dual outlet water valve as shown in the parts list anyway.

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