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Old 12-22-2011, 09:58 AM   #1
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I heard a "hissing" noise and discovered a small spray-like leak on the plastic tube water line to my refrigerator. How do I replace entire hose ? I really don't where or how to remove the hose from the back of the refrigerator , there are 3 lines an they all go in the goes in the back with no screw area for removal or anything like that
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Three lines? normally you have one that supplies the unit. It attaches to a solinoid valve with a compression fitting. How about a picture?
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You can get the parts from Ace Hardware in your town if there is one, to fix the line. the fitting is a barbed inline, if the plastic line got caught somehow. Really need pictures of the sections you are talking about.
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