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 Why does your refrigerator leak water at top connection to icemaker?

Answer Answer Assming that it's not a leak in the ice-maker or cold water dispenser...Water condenses inside a refrigerator and on the freezer coils. When that water is removed (self defrosting freezers)... Read More »
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How can you increase water pressure from a Culligan under-sink water filter to a refrigerator icemaker if it will not work if connected as instructions state?

AnswerMost modern ice makers require 35 to 40 psi water pressure to properly operate. Attempting to use less pressure will result in no ice at all or possibly causing the solenoid valves to not ful... Read More »
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What causes the refrigerator door water dispenser to leak after dispensing water?

This is usually a defective shut-off valve. You will probably have to replace it.It may also be ice crystals in the line. Run the water for a long time until it is no longer cold. If the valve does... Read More »
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How to winterize refrigerator icemaker?

I assume that you are leaving the refrigerator outside for the winter, perhaps on a porch. Last year I did this simply by disconnecting the water supply to the refrigerator and draining that tube.... Read More »
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If your refrigerator leaked water and ruined your hardwood flooring will your homeowners insurance cover the damage and the cost of a new refrigerator?

Answer They should cover the hardwood flooring if this happened all at once Not over a period of time. They won't cover the refrigerator or repair of the fridge
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