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Jenn air Mdl#jcd2389ges Very slow water dispenser

We get water out of the dispenser but it is so slow that it is not even worth the trouble. Can I check something or replace a part to make it work properly?

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  • tsgorg Jul 20, 2008

    same problem - when i depress the water dispenser on inside left of refrigerator, it comes out very slow. I have had this for appliance for about 2 months and slow from the start, is new filter.. HELP!!!

  • mkx780 Sep 16, 2008

    jcd2389ges Very slow water dispenser problem have installed new water
    filter but the problem continues. PLease help or give a idea.

  • mkx780 Sep 16, 2008

    Jcd2389ges Very slow water dispenser problem filter is new but the problem continues what pressure show it have?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    my water dispenses water very slow

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You will probably find that if you have a water filter in your model refrigerator that is is clogged. Replace the filter and voila, good flow again. You probably also have small or hollow or chip ice cubes as well, if your filter is clogged.
To save the cost of the filter you would need to check to make sure you are getting strong water flow to the solenoid valve located in the bottom rear of your refrigerator.
I hope I helped, supertechks

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I have a new water line and adequate water pressure, but the water is not cold.

Also, no ice cubes. I suspect that the line is clogged to the ice tray.

How do I clean that line? Is there a filter beyond the upper connection in the rear of the refrig? If so, how do I acces it?

Thanks.

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