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The icemaker does not work and the water in the door has stopped. The last time water came out it looked colored. Is there a filter that I am supposed to replace? If so where is it?

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Some models do have a water filter, which is either located at the bottom outside of the ref. on the kickplate,(grill), or inside the ref. itself on the ceiling. If both water to the ice maker and the drinking water stopped at the same time that is more than likely the problem.

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