Question about GE GSH25JSTSS Stainless Steel Side by Side Refrigerator
I have a GE side-by-side fridge and when I remove the filter, inside the fridge, to change it water sprays out of the line that connects directly to the filter and can only be stopped when I put in another filter. Is that normal?
I believe Todd is incorrect. You should be able to simply remove the old filter and install a new one, or remove the bypass to install a filter for the first time without any spray of water. Maybe a drip or two, but no spray. No need to pull the fridge out and turn the water supply off. The connector where the filter clicks into place should have a built in auto-shutoff when there is nothing connected to it. That said, my brother just got soaked by his new fridge. I have the same one at my house and removed and replaced the filter just to show him that something was obviously wrong with his.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
Noremally you would take and shut off the water too the filter and relleive the pressure before you attempt to remove the filter.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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