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I understand that you are having trouble with receiving water out of the dispenser area of your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# LGUS2642LF2.I also see that you have changed the water filter as well as checked and replaced the inlet valve with no positive results, other than it sounds like it wants to dispense water and makes a humming sound. I suggest resetting your refrigerator, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your homes circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Once power has been restored, try getting water out of the dispenser. If you are still having trouble, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose your appliance and determine what the cause of your refrigerator not dispensing water. Hope this is helpful.
Most likely you need a new water valve or water switch. If there is a click when you push a glass against the water dispenser, that is the solenoid opening. If no click it might need replacing. On mine, the water came out slower and slower; replacing the water inlet valve on the back near the bottom fixed it.
Hello, yes absolutly could be the filter,a easy to tell if it's the filter is if the in door water dispenser is slower than when new since both icemaker and dispenser would be affected by clogged filter
inside the fresh food side in the back at the top shelf. filter is round and twist out and new one twist in . easy job to replace / the part # for your model is 12527301 ( orher # is WF401S ) EITHER # IS SAME FILTER .. . THANKS **** HOPE THIS HELPED ..
grandfunk, by your post, it sounds like the line is frozen over. You will have to do some tests. First rule out the dispenser itself. While someone is calling for water see if you have 120V to the water valve. If you do, we ruled out the dispenser. Behind the toe panel there should be a water line with a john guest fitting going up the door. Disconnect it there and call for water. Catch it with a cup. If the water is flowing there, you might be frozen up in the door. I have found a couple of these models with that problem. If it's not flowing there, behind the lower drawers in the refrigerator section is the water coil tubing. Take a hair dryer and go over it lightly. It could be frozen over there. Check these things first and post back. Catriver.