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Hi there, just hooked up water to our fridge that previoously has been operating without water connected for a few years. Ice maker is working but the water dispenser is not. Plumber couldnt locate the sorce of the problem. Any suggestions? Cheers Kerryn

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Most ice & water dispensers use a dual water valve. Sounds like the water side is not working.
Easy way to test the valve: Remove black cover in back and locate the water valve. This will have two solenoids one for the ice maker and one for water. Switch the wires and see if the water now works.

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