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The water dispenser on my Whirlpool ED22PQXFW00 Refrigerator keeps dripping

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Hi, this is a faulty water valve assembly that is not shutting the dispenser section completely. replacing this water valve assembly will fix the dripping issue you are having at this time.

Whirlpool Part Number: 2188542

Posted on May 14, 2009

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