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If the water is dripping from the dispenser tube, you need a water valve. The valve is not shutting off completely. Check to make sure water is not dripping from ice chute. If the chute door doesn't seal off you will get moisture there and it will also frost up the ice chute.
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water dispenser -Your water inlet valve on the back where the
water supply comes in is probably leaking. disconnect the water line coming out
of it and see if you have a slow drip. Try the dispenser to see if it's just
drips after use.
ice maker - If it overfills and drips, look for an
adjustment behind the plastic endcover with a +/- on it. - is less water. If it continuously drips, replace the water
inlet valve on the back where the house water supply comes in.
Are you saying water is dripping out the ice dispenser or the water dispenser, a water filter would have nothing to do with this, it only filters water, it does not pump water nor does it shut it off. If water is dripping from the ice dispenser, it is because the rubber gasket is bad on the flap that seals after ice is dispensed. If water is dripping from the water dispenser, it is the shut off for the water, you can put a glass under it and push for water a few times,on and off and see if this makes it stop, if not you would need to have this replaced. Any questions please post back.
When you push the button, the CLICK you hear when the water flows is the Water delivery solenoid opening to let water thru, then snapping shut when U R done. The Spring is weak (prob wrong type, size, strength at factory) or the valve seal is cracked, torn, hardened or crushed.
Since all this is inside the door, you will either have to take it apart to see/fix/replace.
Quick fix: turn down the water pressure coming in(?)
Call Mr. Handyman to fix.
If under warranty - they might fix this for you for free If this is a factory defect, there might be a recall in place for repair/replacement parts
Googlee both - Make/Model + Dripping Valve + Recall Good Luck!