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Gsl25jgdb Water from dispenser room temperature. Is that normal?

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SOURCE: Room temperature water after 2 hours of installation

It takes about 24 hours for the ice maker to become fully operational, same for the water dispenser. Leave it for 24 hours and I believe you will be plesantly surprised.

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The frozen fan is from a bad thermister located located behind the fresh food evaporator coil. The icemaker could be getting too much water or not level. The icemaker can be leveled by placing a washer behind the mounting stud.

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Wanna a play with your unit. Then remove the tank and just add two pipe ends together. Eliminating the tank. Then you should get room temperature water after about 5 seconds of cold water. Be careful just connecting the two ends of pipe after removing tank might lead to freezing pipes if your fridge temperature is close to freezing temp.

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Most refrigerators with a water dispenser have a reservoir (tank) to chill the water before it gets to the dispenser. This tank is typically behind the crisper bins so the water should be the same temperature as the refrigerator. The water may start out room temperature but should be cold by the time you have filled 1/2 a glass or so.

Saying all that, there are a few newer models out there that have reduced the cost of the refrigerator by eliminating the reservoir. If you take the crisper drawers out and look behind them and do not see a tank or coil of tubing then you do not have chilled water.

I hope this helps clarify.

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Hi.. we'll feel cold after taking bath from? 1. cold water 2 water at 40 c 4 water at room tempreature 3 water at 50c


"we'll feel cold after taking bath from?"
(Let's assume room temperature of the bathroom is 25 c.)

1. cold water
Assuming cold water means below room temperature, for example, 22 c. One taking a bath in water at this temperature would probably feel cold DURING his bath at least at first. However, a cold bath would tend to bring blood to the capillaries under your skin and create a warming sensation. But after you get of the bath tub, you would definitely feel cold unless the room were heated!


3) water at 50c
Most folks would feel quite hot while in the water at this temperature. And after exiting the tub, since the layer of water on his skin would probably still be well above body temperature (37 c), a chill would not set in until the water on his skin cooled down to below body temperature. So if he quickly dried off, he would avoid feeling cold.

2 water at 40 c
While almost completely immersed in the bath water, one would certainly feel warm unless there were a draft in the room, because 40 c is 3 degrees above normal body temperature. For the same reason as stated above (#3), he could escape feeling cold outside the tub if he dried off quickly.

4) water at room temperature
- If I had to select only answer, I would choose this condition that would make one feel cold after stepping out of the bath tub, because:

Upon exiting the tub of water at room temperature, one would certainly feel cold if there were a draft in the room. Even if there were no draft, one would still feel cold, because the water on his skin would be cooler than his body heat (37 c), and cause a finite evaporation of the thin layer of water on his skin, which is a cooling process. The skin's heat would be lost, because its energy would be used to evaporate the water.

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Model PS26PSTASS SN GL 432433 Behind the bottom drawer the fan unit is frozen. Also the ice maker has water running out and freezing along with it doesn't freeze the cubes properly or discharge them...


The frozen fan is from a bad thermister located located behind the fresh food evaporator coil. The icemaker could be getting too much water or not level. The icemaker can be leveled by placing a washer behind the mounting stud.

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Turn off the water to the ice maker and turn the temperature up in the room. Let it sit at room temperature for a few hours to let the heat warm up the line. Is it the line on the back of the unit or down in the basement?

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* Check for air flow restrictions in vents
* Test the temperature control
* Clean the condenser coils
* Check the door seals
* Test the door switch
* Test defrost heater
* Test defrost timer
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Room temperature water after 2 hours of installation


It takes about 24 hours for the ice maker to become fully operational, same for the water dispenser. Leave it for 24 hours and I believe you will be plesantly surprised.

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