Model #JCD2289AEW JENN-AIR Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Q:

Water line routings schematic for a JCD2289AEW JCD2289AEW

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I did not find a water line schematic for that refrigerator. After looking at the water system components, it appears that the incoming water supply was connected to a set of inlet water solenoid valves whose output went to the water filter. Output water from the water filter then goes to a second set of solenoid water valves that supplies the ice maker and water dispenser. This general description may help you restore the water system to its original configuration. The installer probably just bypassed the filter by connecting the water lines directly to the second set of solenoid water valves that supply the ice maker and water dispenser.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 23, 2015
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Lyle, that would have made sense. The installer did connect supply to the second valve (parts list #20) but he also cut the output line from valve #20 to the IceMaker just past the solenoid and T'd a line from supply ahead of the valve directly to the IceMaker. Of course, it blew water at the cut (unplugged line) on the output side when the valve would open. He did not mess with the other line from valve #20 to the water dispenser and it appears to be OK. To remedy I would plan to A: remove the T in the supply line. B. connect supply directly to valve #20. C. reconnect (splice) the cut line from valve #20 (solenoid with tan wires) to the line directed toward the Ice Maker (upper right facing rear of refrig). Does this make sense? Should I disconnect the wires to the solenoids on the other valve (parts list #4) since it is not being used? Thanks in advance.

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john -
January 23, 2015
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Hello John. It sounds like you are on the right track for resolving this issue. If I follow your details correctly, restoring the output from the second valve to the ice maker should fix the issue. Since you've completely bypassed the first valve, you should be able to unplug that first valve. If you have control boards in the refrigerator that are looking for signal feedback from the first valve, then you may have to reconnect those wires on the first valve if the system doesn't work with the wires unplugged.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 26, 2015
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Thanks Lyle, Good point on potential signal feedback I don't think it will hurt to leave valve 4 wires connected even if dry. As an fyi..I did a search on all questions/answers and found a similar request as mine on 12/3/2011. It was for a similar refrig - jcd2289atw. Scott D (expert) responded on 12/6/2011 with an attachment of a diagram of the tube routing for a 2 valve water system. Not sure whether it applies to my JCD2289AEW, but I would wager by the similarities that it would be the same. If you can see the complete thread, however, you will notice that I cannot magnify the attachment with enough detail to read the printed text portions. If you could identify the source of the diagram and secure a legible copy, it may be of benefit since you will likely get more requests like mine. I did notice another request to identify which connector (port) for the filter is 'in' and which is 'out'. Unless this is clarified in the illegible text, that would be my only remaining question for a full restoration. Thanks again for your help; this is a great service provided by Sears.

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john -
January 26, 2015
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I apologize for the problem with the images. Much of that content was lost or corrupted by a host server. Here is the water line diagram for a similar refrigerator that was probably posted by Scott: http://s18.postimg.org/51zj6k6ux/Water_Flow1.png I believe that you will see a straight John Guest water fitting on the back of the filter head that connects to the incoming water line. There should be an elbow John Guest water fitting on the side of the filter for the output. I'm not 100% certain about the orientation of those water line connections on the water filter head but that configuration is very likely the correct one.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 27, 2015
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Thanks for your support, Lyle. I'm back into the ice making business!

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john -
January 27, 2015
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I need a diagram of the water line routing from the wall to the filter , ice maker, and to the water coupling devices. for refrigerator, model jcd2289atw

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A refrigerator is definitely something we depend on and product information is important. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached a helpful link below that may provide information to assist you with your question.

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Barbara H. -
December 03, 2011
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Thank you for your question. This model shows a 2 valve water system. I'm attaching a diagram of the tube routing for this type of water system. 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.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 06, 2011
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I have a similar refrig, JCD2289AEW, and I am in need of restoring my water lines after a RO water system installer botched the install and left me with a mess of cut and misdirected lines The parts lists for the two (jcd2289atw & JCD2289AEW) look similar regards the icemaker and valves. Would the above tube routing also be applicable for the JCD2289AEW? Can you direct me to a link for the tube routing; I cannot magnify the above attachment enough to get detail. Thanks in advance.

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john -
January 25, 2015
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Water routing lines on back of refrigerator JCD2289AEW Jenn-air Side by side refrigerator

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There is no diagram showing the routing of the water lines.  The filter is located on the refrigerator side.   The water valve has two solenoids and both feed to one water line with a Y connection which goes to the water filter.  I am sorry I do not have an image showing the routing of the water lines. 

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
September 03, 2013

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