Question about Refrigerators
The dispenser has a designed specification flow from the manufacturer. There are filters installed inside or outside of the unit. If the water flow appears to have decreased over the years, it may be 1 or all the filters that may nedd to be replaced. Check your user's manual to see what filters are installed as a servicable component, and replace them. An installer may have also placed an in-line filter on your water supply, so look for this also. The water supply line is only a 1/4 inch line, so anything larger than that in the line may be construed as a filter. All filters should be replace every 6 months at the least, unless their specifications say otherwise.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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