WHIRLPOOL GOLD 2008 MODEL # GS6NBEXRB02. WHITE ELBOW WITH BLUE WASHERS, LINE HAD TO BE REMOVED TO GET IN THE HOUSE, PULLED THE LINE OUT OF ELBOW ( DIDNT KNOW BETTER AT THE TIME) ALL I NEED IS A NEW ELBOW. CANT FIND ONE ANYWHERE. PLEASE HELP!
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Re: WATER LINE 90 DEGREE ELBOW LEAKING FRONT LEFT
Did you actually break the elbow? you may be able to cut the tubing back and get a new surface for the elbow to push back into. if not a 5/16" push in connector is what you need you may be able to find this at a water condition store such as culligan.
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Look for a round part in the grille that covers the refrigerator under the doors If it's there that is the filter. Give it a 90 degree twist (after you shut off the water supply) and pull out. It may be hard to pull since there are 2 o ring gaskets that haven't moved in a while.
I have a whirlpool side by side. water and ice in front. ice working and water not. the hose is not frozen and it is not humming when you push the water dispenser. It would give us water and quit but now we have nothing.
Some models have access to the drain by an elbow on the outside back of the Ref. Disconnect the drain line here and if you find the clog, great. If there is no visible drain line and elbow on the outside then...
Hopefully you can access the drain in the back top center of the fridge. This will require removing plastic covers, usually a few screws is all you have to deal with. You must get everything removed so you can see the drain hole in the back wall then you can use a tube and a little air pressure to clear the drain from that point down. If this is clear and you don't find any cloggs from that point down then the clog is at the top of the drain which is in the freezer.
This is going to require a little more work.
1. Take everything out of the freezer, put it in a cooler or just pile it in the sink.
2. Take the icemaker out.
3. Take out the back panel so you can see the cooling coils.
4. The drain hole is in the center directly under these coils but may not be visible because of ice in the drain pan.
5. Use a hair dryer to melt this ice and clear the drain so water flows down.
CHECK YOUR HOSES FOR CRACKS. BE SURE THEY ARE ATTACHED SECURELY TO THE PUMP OULET.
THERE IS ALSO A BLACK HOSE FROM THE VALVE THAT GOES UP THE LEFT SIDE TO A VACUUM BREAK ON THE SIDE OF THE TUB. BE SURE THE HOSE HASN'T BEEN DAMAGED OR DISCONNECTED. IF THERE IS SUFFICIENT SUPPLY HOSE, PULL THE DISHWASHER OUT OF IT'S INSTALLATION AND TURN IT ON. WATCH FOR WATER DRIPPING ON THE FLOOR AND TRACE IT BACK TO FIND THE PROBLEM.