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CHANGE OF WATER TASTE

RECENTLY I CONECTED THE WHOLE HOUSE WATER LINE INTO A WATER SOFTENER. THE TASTE OF WATER THROUGH THE WHOLE HOUSE IS OK EXCEPT THE FRIDGE WATER FILTER DISPENSER. IT IS SO SALTY AND PRIOR TO THIS IT WAS FILTERED AND OK. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY? IF THE SOFTENER DISTRIBUTES WATER TO ALL TAPS WHY ONLY FRIDGE HAS DIFFERENT TASTE?

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You try changing the filter?

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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