Question about Refrigerators
The broken line more than likely has a band clamp keeping the hose from coming off. if you remove the band clamp on the broken hose, you will need to go to the hardware store and look for a small screw clamp to replace it. there may or may not be enough slack in the hose to pull it to where the leak was, check to see, if not, then the hardware store might also sell a hose that could work, but in that case, you will need two screw clamps to hold the hose down on both sides.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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