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I pulled my filter out and there were no water coming through the water filter housing

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SOURCE: Whole house water filter , NO water coming thru

Good morning! please try to uninstall the water filter, then observe if there's water flowing on the tube, if there's water flowing then it might be the shutoff control valve that is defective which mean that we have to replace it. best regards

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Need to replace the water filter tube on my Kitchen Aid KFIS29PBMS01 french door bottom freezer. How do you remove the water filter housing from the inside of the refrigerator to replace the tube?


Ok this is a hard one first take the two screws out near the filter just. That take a screw driver any pry the cover down start close to the ice maker side its held on with clips you will think its going to brake but just slowly pull it that back has hooks so once the front is loose don't yank use a flash litecyou will see three hook molded in the cover pull towards you the will come out disconnect lite harness and there will be a few more screw holding the housing up than you can get the filter out you do have to rotate the housing to remove

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How does water line connections disconnect and reconnect on the water valve coming from the water filter housing?


Grab the water line close to the connection to the filter. Push the water toward the filter. In that poisition, push the round sleeve on the filter connection forward.hold it there and pull the water line out.

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Can I remove the filter cover completely? Can I remove the entire filter housing (not hooked up to water line). How do I remove the whole bulky thing?


Hello Jack;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

Do not remove the filter housing, otherwise you are going to have someone like me showing up at your home, and leaving with about $240.00 in my pocket.

I wish you would have posted you model number. Your model number is on a label near the top on the side wall.

Some filter covers are held in with a screw and tabs that you press un and pull out. Others you squeeze to release the plastic tabs.

Get back to me with a model number and I will instruct you.

You only change your water filter, either when the water dispenser is slow or you get small ice cubes. The filter change light is a timer, like a egg timer. It is not electrically tied into the filter.

Also, the next time you purchase a water filter go into the link I am providing. You can get filters for about 40% less.
http://www.filterfast.com/

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Water on the floor


Never a good thing !

First unplug the power and check your hose's in the back of the washing machine to make sure they are tight at the washer and at the wall, also see if your drain hose hasn't come loose or is damaged.
The second thing to check would be the hose's to the filter and the filter itself this is pretty easy and cleaning the filter should be done if you haven't checked it out before. Here's how.


1.Turn power off at breaker or unplug the washer.
2.Unscrew the 3 star head bolts on the bottom panel.
3.Right in front of you you'll see a white plastic with 2 hoses going into it and a black box attached. It has a circular knob. That's where the filter is located.
4. Unscrew the 1 silver screw attaching the filter housing to the washer... this will make it easier to access the white hose clamp. Slide the housing towards you to free it from the washer frame.
5. Grab a bucket to catch the water that's in the hose and place a towel under the washer too, this will keep any stray water from going all over.
6.You can use a pair of Chanel lock pliers to squeeze the hose clamp on the smaller white hose while you pull it free from the housing, aim that hose into the bucket and shake it a bit to get any particles out until it stops draining.
7. Now you can unscrew the white circular filter knob to the left, be prepared for some water to come out, keep the bucket and towel handy for this.
8. Pull the filter all the way out and more than likely you'll be surprised by how much **** is in there lol, I had a small screw driver, a nail, coins and many other misc. debris.
9. Shake the filter housing a little while its over the plastic bucket to help drain excess water and crud out of the hose and housing.
10. Clean the filter and make sure all the holes are clear.
11. Reinstall the opposite way you took it apart but keep the lower panel off to make sure nothing is leaking after you do step 12.
12.Turn the power back on and press the cancel button twice and make sure the washer is set to spin and drain cycle and run and watch it off and on until its done.
13. Go ahead and put the lower panel back on.

Hope that helps :D

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Get an f code or sud ode


Just fixed this on my washer. More than likely its a clogged filter and very easy to fix.
1.Turn power off at breaker or unplug the washer.
2.Unscrew the 3 star head bolts on the bottom panel ( Look at the gap between the bottom panel and upper panel and you'll see them) Pull the panel off.
3.Right in front of you you'll see a white plastic with 2 hoses going into it and a black box attached. It has a circular knob. That's where the filter is located.
4. Unscrew the 1 silver screw attaching the filter housing to the washer... this will make it easier to access the white hose clamp. Slide the housing towards you to free it from the washer frame.
5. Grab a bucket to catch the water that's in the hose and place a towel under the washer too, this will keep any stray water from going all over.
6.You can use a pair of Chanel lock pliers to squeeze the hose clamp on the smaller white hose while you pull it free from the housing, aim that hose into the bucket and shake it a bit to get any particles out until it stops draining.
7. Now you can unscrew the white circular filter knob to the left, be prepared for some water to come out, keep the bucket and towel handy for this.
8. Pull the filter all the way out and more than likely you'll be surprised by how much **** is in there lol, I had a small screw driver, a nail, coins and many other misc. debris.
9. Shake the filter housing a little while its over the plastic bucket to help drain excess water and crud out of the hose and housing.
10. Clean the filter and make sure all the holes are clear.
11. Reinstall the opposite way you took it apart but keep the lower panel off to make sure nothing is leaking after you do step 12.
12. Press the cancel button twice and make sure the washer is set to spin and drain cycle and run and watch it off and on until its done.
13. Go ahead and put the lower panel back on.

Hope that helps out !

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Water leak at rear of filter at hose connections. will old filter cause this to clog and force water out of the connection fittings at the clear plastic water lines


Hi,

it sounds like the filter housing could have a crack in it, but It could potentially be a leaking line. In the event the old filter where clogged to the extreme, you'd simply have little or no water flow, not enough pressure to cause a leak though. I've seen these housings damaged by customers forcing the filters in or out in ways never intended.

To check the lines are secure/not leaking...

**FIRST unplug the unit from the wall and turn off the water supply**

either go thru the front by removing the toe panel/kick plate grill, or go thru the back panel, you'll still need to remove the grill at the front though. the 2 screws securing the filter housing to the fridge are at the front behind that grill. (if your lines are long enough -they usually aren't- you can undo the screws and pull the housing out to work on it easier/unimpeded). remove the 2 lines to the filter housing carefully(when removing these you simply push the tab surrounding the line "in" or "down" and pull out the line) and inspect them at the ends where the "seat" in the fitting/"O" ring within the housing. with a razor blade or sharp utility knife, cut off a small amount to insure a clean fitting when re-installing the lines into the housing (simply push them in the way they came out, until they bottom out and you can't pull them back out). once that's done you can turn the water back on, plug the unit in, and check for leaks. Is it actually the lines, or the housing itself ?

I've seen this a few times. the complete housing can be replaced and it isn't that difficult. First verify it is leaking behind the filter at the housing, I could try and help further. the housing is # 2186443 if you need it.

hope that helps,

good luck

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Your filter could be clogged. You might want to try cleaning it if you haven't done it before, Its an easy fix to do. Here's how.

1.Turn power off at breaker or unplug the washer.
2.Unscrew the 3 star head bolts on the bottom panel.
3.Right in front of you you'll see a white plastic with 2 hoses going into it and a black box attached. It has a circular knob. That's where the filter is located.
4. Unscrew the 1 silver screw attaching the filter housing to the washer... this will make it easier to access the white hose clamp. Slide the housing towards you to free it from the washer frame.
5. Grab a bucket to catch the water that's in the hose and place a towel under the washer too, this will keep any stray water from going all over.
6.You can use a pair of Chanel lock pliers to squeeze the hose clamp on the smaller white hose while you pull it free from the housing, aim that hose into the bucket and shake it a bit to get any particles out until it stops draining.
7. Now you can unscrew the white circular filter knob to the left, be prepared for some water to come out, keep the bucket and towel handy for this.
8. Pull the filter all the way out and more than likely you'll be surprised by how much **** is in there lol, I had a small screw driver, a nail, coins and many other misc. debris.
9. Shake the filter housing a little while its over the plastic bucket to help drain excess water and crud out of the hose and housing.
10. Clean the filter and make sure all the holes are clear.
11. Reinstall the opposite way you took it apart but keep the lower panel off to make sure nothing is leaking after you do step 12.
12.Turn the power back on and press the cancel button twice and make sure the washer is set to spin and drain cycle and run and watch it off and on until its done.
13. Go ahead and put the lower panel back on.

Hope that helps :D

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Whole house water filter , NO water coming thru


Good morning! please try to uninstall the water filter, then observe if there's water flowing on the tube, if there's water flowing then it might be the shutoff control valve that is defective which mean that we have to replace it. best regards

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You probably will have to replace the water filter housing that holds the water filter. This is an relatively easy job and should only take about 30 min. The housing will cost around $40-$50 online or from your appliance store. Turn off the water to the fridge. Take the top shelf out of the fridge to access the water filter area. There is a small screw in a really deep hole on the bottom of the cover, just to the right of the filter cup. I used a really small socket (9/32",1/4" or 9mm - can't remember) and extention. Take out the screw which will uncover the housing. The water hoses (white) just slip onto the housing - check these to verify if they are on tight. If they are loose this is the water leak. if they are on tight (which I'm sure they are) then proceed. Take off the filter cup which is screwed onto the housing. Remember "righty tighty - lefty loosy". Take another small screw (maybe two) out which holds the housing to the refrigerator. Now pull the water hoses off the housing. This is kinda tuff because the hoses are just slid on to the housing and are held on by friction only and its hard to get a good grasp because of the location of the unit. You can't really stick much under the hoses to pry them off either because if you damage them, they won't hold the seal later. Just pull and twist and they should come off. Visually inspect the housing unit, you should be able to see a crack if there is one. Replace if necessary. Just make sure not to overtighten the screws and especially the filter cup when reinstalling. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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