Question about Maytag (MSD2351KES) Side by Side Refrigerator
Don't be angry... Pastic parts are everywhere...
Nice part is... they are not terribly expensive
(unless they are from a LUXURY Vehicle)
Obviously these water head can be DAMAGED... because they CERTAINLY sell them... appliancepartspros (one of many)
(about $50 USD, see below)...
Check out the parts and videos on the same page...
I believe there is a "filter" bypass plug... ($5)
No FEDERAL regulations on that one... (yet).
Good lock & happy hunting...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no water from door outlet
Hi. Thanks For The Question. I Would Check The Water Valve. Disconnect The Water Line From The Valve ,Leaving The Water On. Now Push The Water Button. If Water Flows You Have A Blockage. If Water Does Not Flow. Replace The Valve .Thanks The Appliance doc
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
No it will be fine. Just think about all that small particulate stuff the filter caught and filtered out of your drinking water. The pressure will drop as this filter begins to collect particles from your water and be back to about the same in a few months. Sea Breeze
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Pour about 3/4 cup of water into the icemaker . If it dumps the icecubes but doesn't refill with water , then replace the water inlet valve . If it doesn't dump the cubes , replace the icemaker . Make sure the coils are clean down by the compressor also .
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Was the pressure ok before you changed the filter? The water valve itself could be partially plugged or the supply line may be filling with minerals. Usually happens in the piercing tap used to attacc to the house line. Difficult to say for sure without seeing the way it is installed. If it was just the drinking water I would suggest the reservoir being froze up but since it affects both look at my initial comments...
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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