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cup of lemon juice concentrate added to drinking water over the course of the
day is a preventive therapy for calcium oxalate stone formation.
As for city water, it is safe to drink but the concern is with water
softened using a sodium ion exchange. Softened water should not be used for
cooking, drinking, or for ice dispensers.
you can start despensing the water right away, but dont drink it, after you replace the filter dump at least 2 gallons of water before you start drinking it, and the ice normaly takes 24 hours to make the first full bucket of ice, dump two of those before you use it!!
in the back of the fridge there are ustally 2 water valves. one for drinking and one for ice making. make sure that they are working. also if you have a built in water filter, make sure it has been changed
The water that goes to the door actually is routed through the hinge on the freezer door. Take a look and see if you can't find where the tube comes out and goes into the water dispenser. I bet it has come loose and is rerouting the water down the side of the fridge and onto the floor; hence the puddle.
Also, just because you don't drink the water doesn't mean you don't drink the water! If you use ice from the ice dispenser then you ARE drinking the water. The water that feeds the ice trays comes through the filter, so you might consider changing it every 6 months rather you use the water dispenser or not.
Hope this helps, I have one too and its causing a different set of problems...
yes it is . make sure that there's goofd airflow in the refrigerator compartment. also put a thermometer inside of the refrfigerator and chech to see what the average temperature is inside of the frig. you may be able to turn the temos up.
common problem the water line inside the freezer door is frolzen up . to fix remove everthing from the freezer door , turn off freezer . open freezer door and put a blanket over the opening to the freezer leaveing the door to room temp for an hour or so to defrost . check if defrosted . remove blanket close door . this will happen with ge , try seyying the freezer control on the next lower number (warmer)
There is no pump per say.. the water pressure is all that fills the ice maker and provides water to the drinking dispensor. The solenoids are also different, one activates for ice maker and the other for drinking water. The fastest way to check water flow is to swap the wires on the solenoids so the drinking water "power" will now power the ice fill solenoid. Once the plugs are swapped and you press the drinking water lever the ice maker should pour water out the fill tube. If that works then you know the solenoid, tube, etc. are all fine. I'd suspect then that the ice maker fill solenoid isn't getting power when it is suppose to fill. Let me know what this test result is.