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After moving house it has taken us 6 months to re-plumb our fridge back to the water supply. Now that it is all plumbed in and a new filter has been fitted the water and ice have a nasty taste to it, im wondering if the pipes inside the fridge/freezer need cleaning? if so how??

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THE PROBLEM CANT BE ON THE FRIDGES PIPES.THE PROBLEM MUST BE AT THE FILTER OR ON THE WATERSUPPLY.

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