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Water through dispenser not cold.

Water coming through water dispensing line is not cold. is this normal,if no what can be the problem?

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  • kirbymerrell May 11, 2010

    it wont be ice cold. the coils of tubing in the fridge cool the water.

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The first half of a glass will not be cold. The cold water has to travel from a tank behind the veg drawer. But if this is a refrigerator with the freezer on the top then it won't have chilled water.

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