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Water fills really slow. When you push button to change water temperature the water comes out better for a tick better then back to slow. Is there anything to fix this?


Hi just read your posting.1st turn the taps off and remove the cold water hose from the tap and machine ends.Check the little filters at the ends of the hose for blockages.Also check the machine end where the hose attaches for a blocked filter in the water valve.Now once the filters are clean put the hose on the tap end and the other end of the hose into a bucket.Now turn the tap on and check to see if you have good water pressure.If you do then replace the hose to the machine.Now repeat on the hot hose.If you are still getting low water pressure into the machine and your water pressure is good from the taps then your water valve or valves are faulty.Please reply on how you got on.Looking forward to your reply.

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Older kenmore fridge. Ice & water dispensing not working.


Yes water valve can go bad. Can you post model # and can get you a manual.

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Not getting water in the refrigerator. Replaced the filter.


Hello
There are a few more things to look at.
1 water inlet solinoid,behind frige check for working operation.
2 water line,is it crimped or is the tap valve closed or cloged.
3 Is there a shut off before the water filter and is it on?

Hope this helps.

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Water is leaking from water hose at bottom of frige when water handle is depressed. Ice maker works.


If your hose is copper or plastic, this is a common problem.

I reccomend replacing it with a stainless steel braided, icemaker line. They are more flexible and less prone to leaks.

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Water is leaking from the bottom in the front left side of side by side maytag. water line is ok not leaking. can't see where it is coming from.


the water for the dispenser (ice/water dispenser in the freezer door) comes from under the frige then up thru the bottom hinge of the freezer door .. it then goes inside the door up to the dispenser .. its a plastic hose and it has to twist near the hinge each time the door is opened .. thats where it usually breaks or develops a pin hole leak .. you can replace the whole hose or just the damaged section if that easier ... since the bottom freezer.hinge where that hose comes up thru, is at the position of your leak then i suspect thats your trouble ... ..also check the condensate pan to make sure its not full .. thats a flat pan under the fridge ..you can usually get acess to it by removing the front kick panel at the bottom of the frige .. if thats full then look for a door seal leak (damaged rubber seal) ... a broken seal or open door will allow moisture to condense inside the machine ..that runs down into the condensate pan where it normally evaporates .. but a problem (like open door) will fill it up to overflow in time ....

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Washer code le ?


Possible Cause:

• Water supply is not adequate in area.
• Water supply taps are not completely open.
• Water inlet hose is bent.
• The filter of the inlet hose clogged.


Solution:

Check another tap in the house.
Fully open tap.
Straighten hose.
Check the filter of the inlet hose.

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most inlet water hoses have screens in them.  You could remove the hose from the back of the washer and see if there is water flow.   If there isn't, the hot water valve assembly is defective.  These are solenoid operated valves that admit water into the tub.  They can be accessed behind the washer after you remove the back.   

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Water pressure


If you have a water filter, the filter might be too old and plugged. If you've replaced the filter or don't have one, I would check the water supply to the frige. You might have a kinked line. Also if you used a self piercing saddle valve on your plumbing supply it may be blocked. You would need to turn the water off to the house and replace it with a saddle valve that would require you to drill a hole in the water supply line. Also most friges have a tank in the frige to keep the water cold. If the frige is too cold it could freeze the tank. The average frige temp should be 35-36 deg.

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