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Air in water line how to bleed out

Replaced filter now every time I use water I get water then all air. Water fill ice maker. Then when air hits ice maker makes hollow cubes. How do I bleed water out of system.

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The frig ha a plastic resivor that has air in it

you can bleed the line by continuing to use the water dispenser and diverting it into a pitcher

you can make a transfer funnel etc out of tin foil should not take more than 2 containers ( 1 /2 gal each)

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