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Haydad

Member Since 13 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 31 2013 02:32 PM

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In Topic: Refigerator issues GE Model GSS25LGMB BB

10 November 2012 - 11:57 AM

kdog - It was tested as mentioned above and water does come our rapidly when the filter is removed. But the memory, from about 5 years ago, doesn'e recall getting under the sink and turnong off the water. So it was off the the GE web site and the manual was downloaded, see attached. According to the manual all you need to do is remove the filter properly and the water does not have to be turned off.

File was too big to download.

In Topic: Refigerator issues GE Model GSS25LGMB BB

08 November 2012 - 11:11 PM

Purchased it from Fox Appliance. It was a GE part.

The water came out so fast all I wanted to do is turn it off. This weekend I'll test it. If the filter, or the plug is removed should any water come out?

Thanks

In Topic: Refigerator issues GE Model GSS25LGMB BB

07 November 2012 - 10:04 PM

Question - Installed a new water head assembly. I was under the impression that the filter could be change without turning off the water supply. A new filter, when the filter was removed water came leaking out at pretty good clip. I had to turn off the water supply. Also, received the cap, that can be installed when the filter assembly is not installed. When the cap is removed from the filter assembly, should water come out at a pretty good clip from the filterhead assembly? Do I have a defective system to believe with.

Thank you



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In Topic: Refigerator issues GE Model GSS25LGMB BB

11 October 2012 - 08:08 PM

If there is nothing attached to the filter head it leaks and it appears to come from above the filter head. A Water Sentinel filter was installed and it leaked right through the leak slot which is part of this filter.

In Topic: Refigerator issues GE Model GSS25LGMB BB

11 October 2012 - 02:34 PM

UPDATE: Replaced the Damper assembly Monday AM and all is working well. Freezer and Refrig are keeping their correct temperatures. After it was stable for a few days a new water filter was installed and it immedietely began to leak quite a bit. Remember that during this process the original water filter froze and shattered.

What maybe causing this leak?

Thank you.


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