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My Frigidaire refrigerator water dispenser leaks water inside the door, the water runs down the front of the door from the bottom of the front panel. How do I remove the panel to repair or replace the line? I have been all over the web and cannot find a breakdown of this repair. Thank you J. Lindsey

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  • VinnieB May 29, 2008

    same problem as me. model # PLRS267ZAB8



    The water leaks from the front dispenser unit.

  • rsamos Jun 01, 2008

    I have the same problem, my model # is PLHS269ZCB4

  • jplindsey Jun 01, 2008

    The model number is FRS26DR7DSO

    J. Lindsey

  • jdbusyguy Jul 23, 2008

    My front dispenser panel started leaking water today, not much but just enough to get the floor wet. Is there a do it yourself fix?

  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2008

    Please help, all I want to know is how to get inside the front panel so I can reattach the hose to the water dispenser.

    How do I get the front panel off????????

  • Anonymous May 17, 2009

    I have the same issue for a frigidaire frs6lr5em3, does anyone know how to access inside the door? I have tried pulling out the drip tray and it appears attached.

  • VinnieB May 11, 2010

    Vinnie B here. Model # is PLRS267ZAB8





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Lift up & out on the drip tray (it will come out) after removing it you will see 3 screw. unscrew the screws & lift the face plate of the despenser & it will come off. Be careful though. There is a ribbon wire connected to the back of the face plate. make sure to dissconect the ribbon wire from the control board not the back of the face plate (its alot harder to reconnect to the face plate & pretty simle to reconnect to the control board).

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  • comosaywhat Feb 09, 2011

    That was great. Our water hose got pushed up behind the dispenser. Had to take out all 6 screws eventually but fixed the problem.

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I found that I have the same problem this morning. Has anyone found out how to correct it or did you have to call for service? Did they fix it?

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