GE WR57x26823 Complete Recirculating Pump Assembly
This Pump Continuously Circulates Water From the Water Storage Container To and Across The Evaporator and Back to the Water Storage Container.
Includes: Pump, Water Sensor & Plastic Mounting Bracket.
Replaces Part Numbers: WR57X10077, 4468557, AP6033482, AH11764056, PS11764056, EAP11764056, B071NZCRNX, 1478023, Ah3323403, AP4345142, EAP2323403, PS2323403.
- First disconnect the power to the unit.
- Unscrew the drain cap from the bottom of the reservoir and let the water drain out.
- Remove the screw from the recirculating pump shield & pull out the pump shield and set it aside.
- The drain pump is attached to the bottom of the reservoir.
- Disconnect the drain pump wire harness from the connection plug above the recirculating pump.
- Remove the 2 thumbscrews from the reservoir and pull the reservoir (with the drain pump attached) out of the ice maker.
- Remove the recirculating pump outlet tube.
- Remove the screws from the pump mounting bracket and pull the bracket down to access the wire harness connections for the pump.
- Disconnect the recirculating pump wire harness and the sensor wire harness from the connection plugs.
- Pull the pump, sensor and bracket out of the ice maker as one unit.
- Position the complete pump, sensor and bracket in the ice maker and plug in the wire harness connections for the recirculating pump and the sensor.
- Reinstall the bracket and secure it with the mounting screws.
- Reconnect the water outlet tube to the recirculating pump.
- Reinstall the reservoir and secure it with the 2 thumbscrews.
- Plug in the wire harness for the drain pump.
- Position the recirculating pump shield over the pump and reinstall the mounting screws in the shield.
- Reinstall the drain cap on the bottom of the reservoir.
- Remove the cloth that was used to cover the drain hole in the ice storage bin.
- Plug the ice maker back the wall outlet or reset the house circuit breaker to restore power.
- Now would be the perfect time to run the machine thru a cleaning cycle.
- Now it is all done and ready to start producing ice.