Question about Refrigerators
My water dispenser no longer flows, but when I disconnect a union in the water line near the floor the water flows normally. It appears it is frozen in the door. Also I have been experiencing much more condensation in the spout area which results in water constantly being in the drain tray. Sounds like it is probably frozen solid in the door recess area? Some have said I need a Heater Recess part. If so, how do I remove the trim and recess to access the part? Thanks! - Ron
The recess heater part is not on there it is an additional part that they come up with to address this problem to unthaw it take a hair dryer to the inside the door where it sticks out for ice dispensing and the shelf under it now for installing the heater the instructions are in the box with the heater you could probably order from sears I think this is the right part #WR51X353
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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