Question about GE Refrigerators
HERE IS YOUR SOLUTION FOR WATER AND ICE DISPENSERS ON GE UNITS NOT WORKING BECAUSE OF FROZEN LINES.
GET A HAIR DRYER...
USE THE HAIRDRYER TO WARM UP THE LINE THAT STARTS AT THE BOTTOM LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE FREEZER DOOR.
WARM UP EVERYTHING ALL THE WAY UP THE SIDE UP TO THE WATER DISPENSER.
WARM UP THE TUBE WHERE THE WATER COMES OUT.
(BE CAREFUL NOT TO PUSH THE WATER DISPENSER SWITCH...COMMON SENSE)
KEEP WARMING UP THE DOOR AND TESTING THE SWITCH UNTIL YOU GET WATER...
IT TOOK ME ABOUT 20 MINUTES...IT MAY TAKE LONGER DEPENDING ON HOW BAD THE LINE IS FROZEN.
I HOPE THIS HELPS...
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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