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Water dispenser only drip water and litle bit ice made

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  • mark jancsics May 04, 2014

    Hi leslie proffitt, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    did you change water filter

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If this unit has a solenoid for the water and one for the ice maker, they could be malfunctioning or blocked. Check filter first (if it has one) then check where the water enters the unit. There should be one or two solenoids to allow water to flow to each dispencer. They emit a "click" sound when activated. If not they will be faulty.

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