A hose burst in Fridge and I was able to get part but I am not sure which hose goes where. This is in the back lower left when looking at back of Frig. The hose's come down the back of Frig and some come from inside, is there a diagram that I can see so I can put the proper hoes's back it right place? This is for the clear hose's that hook up to Twin valve Assembly - Long P/N: WR57X10022
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Re: Installing water hose's
it is kind of hard to explain without being there, so please bear with me.
if the refrigerator has a water filter then 2 lines will will go to it, probably diagonally up the back of the refrigerator. the water goes through the filter first then back to the valve.
then another line will go strait up the back of the refrigerator to the icemaker.
the line that goes under the refrigerator is for the water dispenser in the door.
the water valve should have come with instructions on which line goes where on the valve, there is now way for me to convey this to you. the valve assembly you described is proprietary for your machine.
if you need more help let me know, i will try to help you figure it out.
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Leaking water from a washing machine usually comes from hoses or connections. Be sure that water appearing to be a leak isn’t drain water from a backed-up standpipe. To prevent potential flood damage, which can occur if washing machine supply hoses burst, be sure to install “no-burst” stainless-steel mesh hoses and lever-type shutoff valves, as shown below. With these, you can easily turn off the levers for both hot and cold water between wash days.
1) Check the fittings where the hoses connect to the faucets and to the back of the washing machine. Also look for worn or leaky hoses. Tighten couplings or hose clamps if needed, or replace the hoses altogether. Be sure to turn the water off before removing the hoses, and drain them into a bucket after disconnecting them.
2) Determine whether the machine is oversudsing, which can cause it to overflow. Reduce suds by pouring in 1/2 cup white vinegar in 1 quart water. Then switch to either less detergent or a low-sudsing variety.
3) The machine may have a faulty basket gasket or tub seal and bearing that must be replaced; in this case, call an appliance repairperson.
Between your freezer section and refrigerator section there is a draintube that allows water to flow from the freezer to the fridge during defrost. You will need to remove the rear wall of the freezer to access the freezer part and the center console of the fridge if one is there. Once you have determined that tube is cleared of ice you will need to continue tracing where the water flows which is usually at the top of the fridge section in the rear center. It goes out the back wall there. Make sure thats all cleared and pour a small cup of water in the freezer part to be sure its clean. Observe the water flow all the way out of the tube to the lower part of your unit into the drain pan which is located at the very bottom or in the rear on top of the compressor.
find the hose that goes to the rear, fill a syringe with water and try to see if water comes out, then check the rear windsheild nozzle to make sure it's not clogged,get back to me if you need more help Thanks Ray
If your saying water builds under the crispers in the fresh food compartment even though you have removed the plug, then the problem would be the drain hose going to the drain pan is plugged up or kinked. If the fridge is running too cold, then there is a slight chance that area of the drain has ice in it. Mop up excess water, and pour scalding hot water into the drain hole and wait. Try that 2 or 3 times moping up each time. If no drainage starts you will have to go to the back of the machine and remove the back cover to trace where the hose goes into the drain pan. Techs usually carry a can of compressed air with a hose attached to blow the drain clean. Easy does it. Not too much pressure. If you have no access to something like that, you have the option of removing the drain hose completely, and cleaning it out in the sink, or if you have one, a tire pump with it's end jury rigged to make a good fit into the end of the drain hose will usually work P.S. If you must remove the back cover, please replace it when done. It is part of the ducting system and left off will cause the compressor to overheat.
If I got the issue correct the washing machine is leaking specially from the in front of your top loading washing machine.
Leaking water from a washing machine usually comes from hoses or
connections. Be sure that water appearing to be a leak isn’t drain
water from a backed-up standpipe. To prevent potential flood damage,
which can occur if washing machine supply hoses burst, be sure to
install “no-burst” stainless-steel mesh hoses and lever-type shutoff
valves, as shown below. With these, you can easily turn off the levers
for both hot and cold water between wash days.
1) Check the fittings where the hoses connect to the faucets and to the
back of the washing machine. Also look for worn or leaky hoses. Tighten
couplings or hose clamps if needed, or replace the hoses altogether. Be
sure to turn the water off before removing the hoses, and drain them
into a bucket after disconnecting them.
2) Determine whether the machine is overwashing, which can cause the
machine to overflow. Reduce suds by pouring 1/2 cup white vinegar in 1
quart water into the washer. Then switch to either less detergent or a
3) The machine may have a faulty basket gasket or tub seal and bearing
that must be replaced; in this case, call an appliance repair person.
If the water is visible in the front, more than likely the hose has become disconnected from the door, if you look at the lower left hand corner you should see the hose come from underneath the machine and attach to the door via a plastic quick connect, it is just a push lock connection. You may have to pull of the toe kick and the left hand end cap depending on the model to see this.
remove coolant.remove thermostat remove bottom radiator hose to water pump.put a empty container under the radiator.take a water hose put it where thermostat goes flush out the rust in block.watch the water as it come out the water pump .if stream water is small keep flushing until you get a study sream of clear water. also flush out radiator. lower water pressure dont flush radiator it with high water pressure you could burst it. make clean the over flow jug .make sure it not stopped up.put in a new thermostat and radiator pressure cap. fill radiator with half antifreeze and half water.bleed the coolant system.
Your fridge utilizes a "dual coil" electro-mechanical water valve inlet system (the water from the wall is hooked up to it). One coil for the Ice Maker, the other for the chilled water. The chances of both valves failing at the same time are slim to none... and slim just left town.
First, verify your filter installation. Remove it completely, 1/4 turn left and pull. Then reinsert it fully and lock it in solidly with a 1/4 turn right. Pull on it hard to make sure it's locked.
Second, get a pair of slip joint pliers or a 7/16" open end wrench. Pull the fridge out from the wall and turn the water off. Remove the hose going into the fridge. Hold the hose in a bucket or pan and slowly turn the water on and let it run for a second to verify water. Then reinstall the hose back on the valve assy.
Now, try your water dispenser.
If this doesn't work, we can go deeper. Post back with your findings, please.