Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
It sounds like the water tap from the source is clogged, or the vinyl tubing running from the water source is crimped somewhere. I would check the tap first to make sure the valve is not clogged. You close the valve clockwise ,then remove the tubing. Have a bucket handy. Open the valve counterclockwise a little at a time until water started to drip. Place the bucket under the valve to catch the water. Open the valve a little more and let the water go into the bucket. Do this until you are satisfied that the tap valve is not clogged. If this does not solve the problem then check the tubing to see if you have crimps in the line. Then close the tap valve clockwise down tight. remove the tubing from behind the frig and if you have enough slack, take that end to the tap valve and the bucket, place the frig end of the tubing in the bucket, open the tap valve until you are satisfied the flow is nomal., close the tap avel and hookup the frig end. Open the tap valve an the test the water dispenser for flow.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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