Question about Refrigerators
The water is not coming out of the dispenser. I have a small pin hole in the water line where the line makes the turn to go up the door. I can disconnect the water line in the front before it goes up the door and press the paddle and I have a steady stream of water. How can I replace the water line from there. Can you remove the water and Ice dispenser out of the door? I took off the stainless steel outside cover but I can't see how it comes out and I don't know if I can replace the water line even if I get it out. Can you help me? Thanks, Russ
That would really be a big job. what i can suggest is for you to fix the pinhole of the hose by applying a good quality glue or epoxy that would held water pressure. once this is done, you can be sure that water would go up all the way to the dispenser without leaking in the front of the freezer.
if water is still not coming up, you could just have a frozen water line, maybe because it has not been use for a while. just unplug the ref for about a day, open the door and make sure that all ice would thaw in the freezer section then plug it back and test it.
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