Question about Refrigerators
Turn off the water supply to the refrigerator and then drain some of the chilled water. This will relieve the pressure in the water line. Then push in on the cap and give it a quarter-turn to release it. You need to push pretty hard, but not too hard or you'll break it. If you are ALMOST to the point that you feel like you would want to grunt to push any harder, then you are in the zone.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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