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When using the water fill command, i get a lound ratcheting sound and no dispensing of water.........filter is new...but one raised filter mounting surface lip partially broke off.......... re: Jenn-Air refrigerator, Model 6CD2292HTB, Serial 10490932EN Thank you Robert E Patton rep0531@alo.com

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Let's check there is water coming into the line. Usually the source of water is tapped from a pipe with a needle valve. Over time it get clogged up, so water never actually flow through it to arrive at the refrigerator. I had this experience of replacing a brand new filter without water at all. The ratcheting sound is from the pump sucking air on the empty water line.

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