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Amana fridge water filter squealing

We installed a new water filter in our one year old Amana fridge model #ABD2533DEW with "Easyfill" internal water dispenser. I installed it according to instructions and all was well until trying to dispense water from the internal dispenser. It sputtered a little, as expected, and then dispensed water at the normal rate. The only problem is that it now makes a terrible high-pitched squeal every time it dispenses water. It is obviously air escaping. I tried re-installing the old filter, putting the new one back on, and running the water for several minutes (with my ears plugged). Any ideas? Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    This is a Kenmore fridge 2003 model the water filter number is 9911

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Installed new water filter correctly, made sure it's seated. even though water dispenses, it is NOT going through the filter!

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I would suggest that you put the new water filter back in and try dispensing water for about ten minutes. If there is still a high pitched noise then you could try bleeding the water line at different points along the water circuit (with control over the incoming supply). The fact that you are forcing water through the tank should normally resolve any air locks. The water filter could also be bled of air. Hope this is of some help.

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