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Problem with water flow in LG LRBC22544 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

Please help with determining my problem. Water had floaters. I replaced both the external and internal water filters and flushed water for a few mins. Now Line to reservoir bottle in refrigerator. leaks and pushes water out into the refrigerator. Are the clips/clamps replaceable? Is the bottle replaceable if that is what is leaking? Unable to use water dispenser...

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  • Kim Chan Jul 14, 2007

    The water dispense works. However, the line that flows into the bottle reservoir backs up and spits out the other end, shooting the water into the refrigerator. What can I do about the pressure?

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Sounds like you have excess pressure building up in the water system. Is the water dispensor working? If not it sounds like you have a frozen line somewhere or the valve in the door is not working to allow the water to dispence.

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