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Water comes to the fridge but spills out rather than through the water spout


you may have a bad connection that may have to be tightened or a bad gasket that is leaking or possibly a bad switch that is not shutting off and lets the water through – please check you owners manual for the trouble shooting section for this problem as well or cal the service professional to serv ice the unit and replace the part

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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