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Water leaking from freezer door.

Water is leaking from the water line entering the bottom of the freezer door.

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    Water is dripping from the seal at the bottom of my freezer door. It was left open (accidentally) for an hour or so. Now it is closed but still leaking.

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Yeay!!! Thank you soooo much!! I opened my freezer door for about 5 minutes and also turned the freezer temp warmer, and my water dispenser worked again. And thanks to you guys, i didn't need my husband's help figuring this out :-)

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