Model #JA2003 SANYO Misc Audio

  • No Image Available - Fidelitone
    3 Results
Find part by diagram >

Question and Answers

Q:

Water and ice taste bad despite replacing filter 79579303900 Kenmore Refrigerator

A:

I know that it can be very difficult to have issues with your refrigerator. I suspect the bad taste of the water and ice in your refrigerator is caused by the tubing from the water valve to the filter and from the water filter. Sometimes the water attacks the plastic tubing and causes some bad taste and odor. To repair the problem, I would replace the tubing. You can look in the compressor compartment and decide if you want to tackle the job of replacing the tubing. Also, air is circulated throughout the refrigerator and it blows directly on the ice cubes. The air will pick up any odors inside the refrigerator and blow it directly on the cubes, which in turn absorb the odor. To correct this, the inside of the refrigerator needs to be cleaned. The best way to clean the inside of a refrigerator is, with a mild detergent and warm water. If you don't feel comfortable doing this yourself, please click on this link to schedule service: Sears Home Services. Click on "Get Started" and follow the directions, click on the red "NEXT" button to continue. I hope this helps. Please feel free to let me know if you need further assistance. We are always here to help. Thank you for using Manage My Life.com.

Read More
AnneJ -
Sears Technician
September 17, 2013
A:

Thanks for the reply. I have looked at the parts diagram but it is difficult to tell what part(s) I would need to order. Would you be able to give me the part(s) numbers?

Read More
Emily -
September 18, 2013
A:

The part number for the water tubing is 5211JA2003C. The plastic supply tubing should be replaced with a copper line. This you can purchase at any hardware store. Please let me know if there is anything else you need. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

Read More
AnneJ -
Sears Technician
September 18, 2013
See more answers
Q:

leak around water dispenser

A:

Having your appliance leaking can be really frustrating. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, I suggest you set service with a Sear technician. I have attached the link below. Have a nice day!

Read More
Dezeray -
July 24, 2012
A:

From your description, the leak will normally be caused from the connection between the water reservoir and the valve. Try disconnecting the power and turn the water off to the unit. Now, remove the cover in the door so you can access the reservoir. First, try disconnecting the reservoir from the water valve and then reconnect it. I'm attaching a picture with instructions of how this type of fitting works. Sometimes this will correct the leak. Now reconnect the power and turn the water back on. Activate the dispenser to see if it leaks now. If it does still leak, the water valve # 5221JA2011J will need to be replaced. Unless this is a constant leak, the water valve will probably not be the problem. If the leak still occurs, the reservoir #4838JA2003B will need to be replaced also.

Another possibility could be air in the water system, which would be the water line in the door.

These parts are available at SearsPartsDirect

. I hope this will help you. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: SearsHomeServices

.

Read More
Joe G. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
July 26, 2012
A:

I have the same problem, but do not see how the leak can be below the dispenser panel. I removed the covering door at the bottom of the left door and that whole area is completely dry.

Read More
jesse -
July 31, 2013
A:

After reviewing online photos, descriptions and parts diagrams, we were able to remove the dispenser funnel and cover and found the long term leak (lime deposits on a clear path from the rubber/plastic fill tube area, probably the valve at the dispenser) This fitting had never been properly secured in that the screw attaching it was not screwed into anything, so that whole assembly was loose. The cover panel and control panel at the top, along with the plastic base come out in one piece. The unit snaps out. The clips holding it in can be released with a thin blade such as a putty knife slipped between the frame and the door and then gently pried. You do this all the way around the frame. It is replaced by simply pressing on the frame with some force, and it snaps back into place.

Read More
jesse -
August 01, 2013
See more answers
Q:

Refrigerator LG model LFX21971ST flow to water dispenser is low. It's a new filter & did purge water.

A:

Once you replaced the filter and purged the system, the water dispenser flow should be at a good flow. Contacting managemylife.com is a great place to start for answer to the problem with the water dispenser. I provided some links with similar questions that may help until the expert answers.

Read More
Anna T -
March 14, 2012
A:

Thank you for your question. I can understand your concern about the water flow. Try removing the filter and activate the dispenser without the filter in place. If the water flow increases, next install the original filter and if the water flow is still ok, the new filter will need to be exchanged. If the water flow slows down again with the filter or if it�s slow without the filter, it would lead to a defective water valve # 5221JB2010G or low water pressure. If the icemaker still seems to be filling ok, it would lead to the valve. This is the valve (# 619B in picture) inside the door. It's available at SearsPartsDirect . I hope this will help you. If you would like more assistance, reply to this thread and I will be glad to assist you further.

Read More
Scott D -
Sears Technician
March 15, 2012
A:

Having the same issue. If it is indeed the 5221JB2010G, how much would a repair person charge me to replace that valve?

Read More
Jeff -
December 21, 2012
A:

The average trip is 120.00 and the part cost.

Read More
Bill__W -
Sears Technician
December 24, 2012
A:

Thanks. I ended up ordering the valve. Seems like a straightforward job. Will let you know how it goes.

Read More
Jeff -
December 24, 2012
A:

So I replaced the valve and the water flow is still low - no change. Valve on the wall is fine as well; great water pressure going in to the fridge. i have a new filter and whether the old or new filter is installed or not installed water pressure is low. Ice maker seems to be filling ok. What else could this be? We do have hard water. Could there be mineral deposits before clogging the line somewhere before the filter? Thanks.

Read More
Jeff -
December 27, 2012
A:

Jeff, this is unusual but if the valve has been replaced, there is good pressure to the fridge and the icemaker is filling ok, this will only leave the reservoir # 4838JA2003B, which goes directly from the valve to the dispenser. If there was a problem before the filter or with the filter or housing, it would also affect the icemaker. What you can do is disconnect the reservoir from the valve, hold a pitcher next to the valve to catch the water and activate the dispenser. The door switch will need to be held closed to activate the dispenser. If the water pressure is good from the valve, the reservoir will need to be replaced. I hope this will help you.

Read More
Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 28, 2012
A:

I checked the valve going to the dispenser and water pressure is weak. To clarify my previous post I haven't really checked the ice maker water flow. When I mentioned the ice maker seems to be filling ok I meant it fills and still makes ice. It's pressure could be weak for all i know. Should I check the valve that feeds the ice maker as well?

Read More
Jeff -
December 28, 2012
A:

Jeff, if the water pressure to the valve in the door is weak, it would indicate that either the pressure to the fridge is weak or the inlet valve behind the unit is defective. If the water pressure to the fridge is good, then the inlet valve # 5221JA2011J will need to be replaced. I hope this will help you.

Read More
Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 31, 2012
A:

Thanks! I will replace this valve and let you know how it goes.

Read More
Jeff -
January 04, 2013
See more answers