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fridge technician - April 2, 2012, 03:58 PM

need help with a fridge immediately.

wine fridge stopped working and my real fridge, the water pressure for drinking water is non existent.. takes 20 minutes to fill up a glass of water.

need help asap before I go call the ppl on google


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April 2, 2012, 04:08 PM

A lot of time the pressure for water is dealing with build up of crap in the line, or the filter. Dose the line tap in to a existing line, or does it have a separate line just for it. My parents water line for the fridge taps in to an older line, it has a tap that you screw in, every once in a while you have to losten and tighten it to get the crap lose, works very fast.

Check your water filter too, could be clogged, or falling apart, Ive only ever met one person who changes their water filter on their fridge, most dont know where it is.


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water filter is brand new. before i put the filter in it was pouring out no problem. i put the filter in and it was slow.

wine fridge is more imminent problem i have too much to lose there.


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Check that your lines aren't frozen. Very unlikely with a non-POS-gotoutofadumpster-fridge though.
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April 2, 2012, 04:26 PM

water is coming out, could be frozen, not sure how to see if its frozen.

ice is being made no problem at all.


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April 2, 2012, 05:44 PM

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need help with a fridge immediately.

wine fridge stopped working and my real fridge, the water pressure for drinking water is non existent.. takes 20 minutes to fill up a glass of water.

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April 2, 2012, 08:52 PM

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water filter is brand new. before i put the filter in it was pouring out no problem. i put the filter in and it was slow.

wine fridge is more imminent problem i have too much to lose there.
Did you soak the filter?
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