Question about Refrigerators
I have a side by side GE and the water dispenser in the front, pours very slowly. I check the cord in teh back and it is fine, yet the water continues to dispense at a snails pace...any suggestions?
If it connects to your house plumbing via a saddle valve, replace the saddle valve. Avoid the self piercing type as they poke a very small hole in the house water line and will get plugged easily or the needle inside the valve will break off and drift in and out of the hole in the line.Other possibilities are: Plugged water filter (time to replace) or your water line is hooked up to a reverse osmosis system (RO) and you aren't getting enough flow and pressure through the RO system. Connect straight to house plumbing if that's the case. I would imagine you have hollow egg shell looking ice cubes too...?
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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