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The filter housing will have either a shut off valve before and after the housing or a valve on top of the housing that turns (Black). Shutoffs before and after. 1. Turn both valves off 2. Push the "red button" on top of filter housing and hold to relieve the pressure off housing. 3. Unscrew housing to the left (lefty loosey, Righty tighty) You should have a housing wrench. 4. Remove filter, clean housing, lubricate the o-ring with silicone lubricant. 5. Replace filter, Screw housing back on (Hand tighten only) 6. Open inlet valve (slightly) while holding down the "red button" to relieve air in housing. 7. Open inlet and outlet valves and you are back in business.
PS if the housing is very difficult to remove. 1. Shut off inlet valve 2. Open the nearest cold water faucet and let it run until no water 3. Shut off outlet and repeat procedure as above Good Luck, RJ 5.
Turn the water off on inlet and outlet, press and hold RED pressure relief button on top of housing. Use filter wrench supplied and unscrew to the left. Clean housing out and replace filter. Only tighten housing by hand. It helps to press the RED relief button again after you turn the water back on to bleed off any air in filter housing before you turn the outlet back on. RJ
HI. this will occur if the inlet valve assembly is experiencing issues, within the solenoid structure. In some cases, debris will build up, in return, not allowing the solenoid to completely close, when not in use(the solenoid can also fail as well). This will cause a slow drip, or a leaky dispenser spout.
The water inlet valve is located behind your refrigerator. Find the water supply line coming into the valve and turn it off at the source (typically under the sink). Disconnect the supply line. Remove the screws that secure the inlet valve in place.
The water inlet valve is connected by two wires. Label the wire placement on the water inlet valve before disconnecting the wires. The wires are connected to the terminals with slip on connectors
Firmly pull the connectors off of the terminals (do not pull on the wire). You may need to use a pair of needle-nose pliers to remove the connectors. Inspect the connectors and the terminals for corrosion. If the connectors are corroded they should be replaced.
Inspect the filter screen where the supply line connects. Remove any debris or deposits that may have built up using a toothbrush or warm running water. If you cannot clear the clog, it will be necessary to replace the valve (the filter is not removable on most inlet valves).
Test the water inlet valve for continuity using a multimeter. Set the multimeter to the ohms setting X100 (if available, otherwise use the nearest ohm setting). Place a probe on each terminal. The multimeter should display a reading of 200 to 500 ohms. Close inspection of the inlet valve and especially the coil may reveal the exact ohm resistance rating to test for. If the water inlet valve does not pass this test, it should be replaced.
The E10 error code means - not filling water. The problem could be because of clogged filters on the water inlet line or a malfunction inlet valve. Also there is still some water inside accumulated so please do check the filter for blockages.To avoid other errors check the outlet valve and the filter as a precaution. Good luck with the machine.Please do rate my solution.Also do post comments for further help if needed.