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Posted on Aug 11, 2007

Ice water dispenser

I am getting white floaters in my ice water. I have replaced the filter, let a lot of water flow through but the problem remains. What are they? Where do they come from? Are they dangerous? How do I get rid of them?

  • Ron Gabriel Jun 07, 2008

    I'm getting white floaters in ice water, I've made ice with bottle water and then put the bottle water in a glass of ice made from bottle water and problem persist, I have done the same with water from a Brita charcoal filter system. No matter what I try we are still getting floaters. What is going on ???????

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With respect to the little white floaters in the water, it is not bacteria but rather a problem that sometimes occurs with hard (heavily mineralized) water.

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