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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: icemaker and water dispenser not
generic troubleshooting video: http://gei.portals.streamos.com/cc/channel.php?emcid=1416&empid=4533&packageid=0000
as the video shows a kinked line may be the culprit. or
if your ice maker is making ice and it is your ice dispencer that is not working along with your water dispencer and when you press the dispencer button the light dims on the door. I would replace the main board. I experienced the same problem and the board fixed it This board is shared by many models and brands of fridges and the transformer goes bad from power surges this board powers the solenoid valves that open for your water
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
We replaced the water line to the refriderature. It was plugged by a coroded copper sleve.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
Disconnect the water pressure tank making sure the end the line hooks up to is open. The tank should be relatively light, and if you shake it you should not hear any water. If you hear water in it, or it feels heavy, that means the bladder inside the tank has failed. Replace the tank with a new one, and set the pressure on the bicycle type valve at 8 PSI before you connect the tank up to the water line.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
I solved the problem! The system's manifold (the plastic base you put the filter in) has small black conical shape button. When you tight the filter in, one of the two small triangle-shaped cams (located close to the filter's central hole) pushes the manifold's button, and this opens the water flow. The problem is that the cams are too low and do not push the button all the way in. Take a pliers and squeeze (not too much!) the cams, so they will raise a little: it will be enough to push the button to open the flow completely.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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