Question about Refrigerators
You need a new hose, as yours is worn out from age. Hardware stores usually have tubing for such repairs. Turn off the water supply, unclamp the hose from both ends. Take the dead hose to the hardware store to match it up. Get two new clamps, too. Then replace the hose. A fairly easy job.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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