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Dear reader, We have water leakage at the rear side of the water filter inside the refrigerator. Probably on tube connections, but there is a cover over it. Before i crack something, please give me a hint how to remove this cover. Thanks, Ron

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  • ronscheeres Nov 10, 2010

    The leakage is comming from behind the water filter at the right hand top side of the fridge.
    As far as i can see, there are no screws.
    Tried to pull, push or slide but no moving.
    Thanks,

    Ron

  • ronscheeres Nov 11, 2010

    Oh, sorry excuse,
    of coarse that would be helpful LG > GM-F228JTKA.
    Thanks again,
    Ron

  • ronscheeres Nov 17, 2010

    Sorry for this late reaction, very busy at the moment.
    When i Google GM-F228JTKA then i get a lot of links, but none of them with diagrams.
    But thanks enyway, will try sliding, pulling or pushing, and hope nothing breaks off :-).
    Ron

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Behind the crisper? The cover is usually lift off. If not look for screws up and down the sides. The water reservoir is there and should have connections at each end.

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

  • Charles T Nevin
    Charles T Nevin Nov 10, 2010

    If you can post your model number I may can find a diagram. It's usually stamped on a small tag in a visible location on your appliance.
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    Behind the lower toe kick-plate, Behind the lower crisper drawer, On the face frame of the refrigerator body, Inside the refrigerator of freezer on the left or right side wall.

  • Charles T Nevin
    Charles T Nevin Nov 11, 2010

    I can't find a match with the number you provided.

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