Question about LG Refrigerators
I thought it may be ice so i put it on my finger. Although it is small and thin it doesnt melt. I have changed the filter twice with no change. I was wondering if the line feeding the water dispenser is breaking down and needs to be replaced.
Check the line that goes from the water pipe to the back of the refrig. Someone may have used something they shouldn't have. The lines in the refrig won't break down like that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ice cubes freeze from the outside, so the center of the cube is the last to freeze. Ice is pure water, only H 2 O, so as the ice cube freezes, all of the dissolved minerals are pushed to the center. Near the end of the freezing, there isn't much water left in the center of the cube, so these minerals become very concentrated, and they form the "white stuff" – the technical name is precipitate. The hardness minerals that cause the "white stuff" are not toxic.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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The same thing happened to me. If you pull the refrigerator out and remove the large silver panel, you will see the water lines on the left. The line going to the ice maker was fine, but the line going to the water dispenser was split. You may have the same issue.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
I've had the discolored water before when replacing the filter. It normally means that there was gunk in the water line.
Do you still hear the ice maker trying to draw water in?
If not, the water pump might be burnt out.
If so, see below.
The water lines that feed the dispencer and the ice maker split after a certain point.
It's possible that the line that feeds the ice maker might be clogged. You should be able to get to it by removing a few screws and pulling off the back panel of the fridge. Then you can check them out and remove the clog.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: slow water flow
dadcanfix. There are two possibilities here. One could be the water valve itself, clogged or not seating or opening properly. The second would be the water tank on the refrigerator side, partially frozen. I believe they have a kit now with coiled tubing that replaces that tank because of the trouble they had with it. Remove the refer drawers and take a hair dryer and go over the tank lightly. See if that improves the water flow. Catriver..post back.
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
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From my side i believe it is the control board which has to be replaced and it will work again.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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