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Old 06-25-2016, 07:58 AM   #21
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Pop out your water filter and feel if it is full of water and make sure it was installed correctly. It needs to be pushed in with some force. The water won't work if the filter isn't attach. My house fridge will, but this one won't.
When you pop it out, some water will come out too (if there is water coming to the fridge)
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Old 06-26-2016, 05:30 AM   #22
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Water is Flowing

Thank you every one for being so quick to offer help and advice. Without your kindnesses, I would not have been able to so quickly get to a resolution.

The water is flowing in the fridge now. This is what I have learned. Each step is important.

1. Make sure valve under the sink is parallel to the water line.
2. Make sure value under the stove is parallel to the water line.
3. Make sure low point drain is closed on the fridge side.
4. There is a reservoir that must be filled before the water will flow. Be patient. It may take a few minutes to fill.
5. Attempt to get a glass of water. The grinding of the pump will will change to a spattering of air being ejected, then finally water.

Initially, my low point drain was open. We attempted to get turn on the water during a massive rain storm. I didn't notice water was pouring out onto the ground.

That is why my kitchen faucet stopped working. No pressure. I closed the low point drain. I expected everything to work. However, still got the same results. ( didn't wait long enough here). So I started playing with all of the valves.

i called my dealer to confirm which way the valves should be open. After opening the valves correctly, still no water. After troubleshooting with dealer for a while, I checked the water again. Presto, we had water.

I wish there was some better documentation on this some where. I hope my experience helps someone else.

Thanks everybody!!! You guys are great.
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Old 06-26-2016, 06:39 AM   #23
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Now use the ice to make a nice adult beverage.
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Now use the ice to make a nice adult beverage.
Sounds like a plan to me.
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Old 02-15-2017, 12:29 AM   #25
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Thanks to everyone who contributed to this thread! Helped me problem solve my issue with the refrigerator. I also had to manipulate two valves, the one under the sink, and the one under the oven, to get water to begin flowing to the refrigerator. Thank you all. Funny, none of this was mentioned on our walk-through. :-)
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Saw this thread which made me dig a little deeper ...
Mine was under the 4 drawer stack opposite side (entry door side). Removed bottom drawer wala ... valve was in closed position ... I opened. .. success water to fridge

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