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Yes, this is a symptom of the water filter in need of replacement, I would recommend starting with filter replacement, if that doesn't solve the problem, then I recommend checking the water supply at the back of the refrigerator. Shut the water valve off that is inline to the refrigerator, disconnect the tubing from the refrigerator at the water valve or the water tube couppler on the back of the refrigerator, have a container available so that you can run about 1 or 2 gallons of water out of the water supply tube in to the container to be able to see if the water pressure seems to be strong and if there is sediment or other foreign matter that needed to be flushed from the system. If water supply seems good then reverse the process to supply water back to the refrigerator. If water supply is not good you need to have a technician or plumber check into the water supply further.
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I bought a Solis replacement water reservoir from Green Beanery in Canada a few years ago. They sell replacement Solis parts, but I'm not sure if they still carry the water reservoir. I had a hard time finding online merchants who sold Solis reservoirs.