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Slow Drip on Water Dispenser on Frigidaire Model FRS26ZRGW0


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#1 webfamily

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 12:07 PM

Hi---I have a very slow drip on the water dispenser from my refrigerator.  It is only about 1 drop per minute, but enough that is fills up the drip cup slowly over time and then runs down the front and causes drop marks and deposits on the floor.  Is this the dual solenoid that needs replacement then?  Or is there another valve that would need replacement?  I also notice that my ice maker gets a slow drip of excess water that builds up in the back of it as well, freezes and then I have to chip this out every so often as it freezes in there.  Could this be the same issue and problem---leaking solenoid valves to both the ice maker and water dispenser?  Also where are these valves located?  Do you have an electronic copy of the service manual you can share?

Many thanks...:ufo:

(Frigidaire Part Number: 218832401) 




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Posted 13 September 2009 - 05:12 PM

check out where the water comes into the rear. The valves are usually mounted on the side or bottom frame. They come as an assembly most of the time. The valve is really the only thing that can cause this problem. 




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