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and water dispensers are convenient to have on your refrigerator, but
can also cause a lot of aggravation if they are not functioning
If your water valves are not defective and you are still
experiencing water or ice delays, you may have a clog in your
refrigerator hose line. Instructions and material needed to fix it up.
Towel,Flathead screwdriver,New water hose
off the water supply to the refrigerator and place a towel under the
line to soak up any residual water that leaks from the hose when you
remove it. Unplug the refrigerator.
the hose from the back of the refrigerator by pushing in on the collar
while pulling the water tube out. If you have a model with an ice and
water dispenser, you will need to disassemble the dispenser on the
front of the freezer in order to completely remove the water hose.
the water drip tray from beneath the ice/water dispenser and locate the
screws at the bottom of the cover (if any). Remove screws and pop off
the panel that houses the dispenser. If the unit does not have screws,
you will need to pry the cover off with a flat-nosed screwdriver.
the cover is removed, you should be able to see the screws that hold
the dispenser unit in place. Remove these screws and reposition the
unit so you can free the water hose, by pulling it through the
the new water line through the freezer door and reassemble dispenser
unit. Push the new water hose into the fitting on the back panel,
making sure it is properly seated. Turn on water supply and check for
any leaks before moving the refrigerator unit back against the wall.
Remove the dispenser cover by gently prying starting at the bottom going round and round a little at a time to prevent from breaking it. When it's off the screws will be exposed to access the other components.
Sounds like the micro switch has gone bad behind the dispenser cover. locate your handle or push button either you will remove the front cover to find the switch sometimes you remove inside the door behind the dispenser. but that sounds like the trouble your having. Maybe I've helped good luck. BB
Remove the front cover (loosen the 2 Philips screws near the bottom, lift the front cover 90 degrees and pull back). Remove 2 bolts at each corner from to the top cover located up front. Remove the beach dispenser hose, tilt top cover up. The injector will be on the left.
YOU WILL FIND TWO PHILLIPS SCREWS UNDER THE FRONT PANEL AT THE BOTTOM YOU NEED TO BEND DOWN TO SEE THEM.IT THEY ARE NOT THERE THEN YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE THE ENTIRE DOOR LINER ITS BEST YOU GET THE HELP OF A TECH.LET ME NO IF YOU NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE.GOODLUCK.MOHAMED
1. Remove the switch cap and unsnap the two (2) tabs at the bottom of the front cover from the
housing first. Pull the bottom out and lift and the front cover from the housing. (Fig. 27)
2. Remove the two (2) hex-head screws securing the metal control panel cover to the dispenser
housing. This will also free the control bracket from the housing although it will remain tethered
to the freezer door by the wiring harness. (Fig. 28)
3. Disconnect the wiring harness connectors from the terminals
on the switches and light fixture in the control bracket.
Removing the Dispenser Assembly
1. Do the previous three procedures.
2. Remove the eight (8) hex-head screws securing
the dispenser housing to the freezer door. (Fig. 29)
3. Carefully pull the housing from the door.
4. Pull the water supply tube from the top of the dispenser housing.
5. Pull the wiring harness leads from the dispenser housing.
6. Disconnect the wiring harness connectors to the electric
foil heater that should get you in there