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FGHS2631PF3 Frigidaire Refrigerator Not Making Ice


Premium Member
Apr 3, 2023
Fayetteville NC
Model Number
6-10 years
Frigidaire FGHS2631PF3 is not making ice. It stopped both water and ice, I replaced valve, water is working ice maker is not working. I defrosted to be sure a line wasnt frozen, no luck. Any ideas on what to check next? Thanks
You'll need use a multimeter and test for 120 volts at the water inlet valve solenoid on the ice maker side of that valve. Look at the photo of it below, see the small diameter hole in parallel with the larger diameter hole?

That smaller hole is where your plastic water line tubing connects to it that goes to your ice maker.

So it should be the green solenoid, so take the electrical connector off the green solenoid and put both your meter probes in each of the two in the electrical connector, then start a test cycle on your ice maker and while the ice maker is cycling watch your meter and once the ice maker cycles almost all the way through your meter should read 120 volts for about 5 seconds or so. If it does, then your water inlet valve is bad and you will need to order a new one.

If you don't get 120 volts on your meter, then your ice maker itself is bad and you will need to order a new one.

To start a test cycle on your ice maker: (hold down the 'ON' button for 15 seconds.)

Here's the water inlet valve for your model:
Water Inlet Valve 242252702

Video included in part link.

Here's the ice maker for your model:
Ice Maker Assembly 5303918344
I really appreciate the help! I will definitely run the test on the valve. I purchased the valve new but you never know. I have ran the icemaker through a test cycle and everything seemed to cycle fine but i did not have a meter on the solenoid. Thanks again! I will let you know how it turns out
Ok sounds good, yes keep us posted.:)

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