Model #TFX25ZPBAWW GE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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ice maker overflow with water/ice TFX25ZPBAWW Ge Refrigerator b series

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Natasha12 -
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May 13, 2014
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Should the water be slow coming out of the water dispenser?

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The water coming out of the water dispenser is not supposed to be dispensing too fast or it would cause it to splash out of the glass. The water solenoid valve has a flow washer regulating the water flow. It should take about 15 seconds or less to fill an 8 ounce glass. Since you said that the water flow coming directly out of the new water solenoid valve is the same as it comes out of the water dispenser would confirm that there is no restrictions between the valve and dispenser.

The water supply pressure is not the same a water flow volume. The water supply connected to the new water inlet valve should have volume as well as pressure. The water flow coming out of the water supply line should have between 30-120 PSI of pressure. The water coming out of the water supply line should shoot a 1/4 inch diameter stream of water at least 4-5 feet with force out of the end of it. Do this test into a bucket.

Most likely there is not a problem with your water dispenser. If water was to come out too fast it would cause water to splash out of the glass and create other issues.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 18, 2008

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