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Hi! you don't say how old the refrigerator is, but if it has a water filter, the problem may be that the water filter needs replacement. If there is a water filter, it may be inside the refrigerator side, usually up top towards the back.
If you see a filter, you can buy a replacement at Sears. While your there, check out their water filter subscription. They'll send a water filter to your house on schedule, so you can replace it when needed.
do you know if it is a whirlpool made model, 27ft french door, ice maker in ceiling, they had issues with a seal between ice compartment and ref side- leaks freezing air to water tank area, freezing tank. other wise if its not the filter -then water flow to unit. ck where it connects to ref, if good( should have steady stream with press. replace ref valve if bad look at your valve in wall or at sink.
It depends who made that refrig for sears,the 3 leading manufactures for sears are Whirlpool and all their filters are in the grill below the the freezer door.,General Electric their filters are in the fresh food (frige) compartment on the ceiling in the upper right corner OR Frigidiare and theirs is right inside of the ref door in the upper right corner by the controls
was the outside filter factory? by this I mean does the unit have an internal filter ? if no, then you need to flush the system, clean the outside dispenser components, lime or rust has accumulated on the dispenser if the water from the outgoing side of the filter is clear ( is the ice clear and fed by this same water source? if so,, its just outside build up that needs to be cleaned
Hi: Does it have a water filter? Sears parts is offline at the moment, so I can't tell. Most of the newer models do. The 596.xxx tells me that it was built in the Amana factory for Kenmore. Most likely there is a water filter in the top of the fresh food compartment. It has been growing mold in storage, and the lines too. It's on the upper right side, behind a housing with a tab to release it. Lower the housing and remove the water filter. Did you receive the bypass plug with the ref.? It looks like a large plastic wing nut with the same fitting as the water filter. If so put it in and flush the system with city water. Most city water has chlorine to clean your lines. If you install a new filter without flushing the lines it will remove the chlorine as it's supposed to do, but the lines from the filter wont get clean. If you don't have the plug, buy one. Flush the system and then install the filter. I hope this helps, Jeff