Question about Refrigerators
I've replaced this part in 5 minutes on my side by side without removing the door or unplugging electrical wires.
1- Pull off the vent grille at the bottom of the fridge.
2- At the lower left, disconnect the tube that is coming from the freezer door.
3- Push the LOCK button to prevent water from comming on to your face. Remove the screw at the water spout.
4- Pull the water spout and the connected black hose out of the door.
5- Thread the new hose and spout through the door, then reconnect at top and bottom.
Provided i am talking about an older version ,, ?
Posted on May 18, 2009
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