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Refrigerator problems: no ice made, water dispenser not working. Water supply is adequate pressure. I removed the filter about 5 months ago.

it has always dispensed water slowly and it gradually got slower and now it stopped altogether. what is wrong? I cannot afford a repairman, that's also why I couldn't replace the filter.

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There is a valve at the bottom of the frig where the water supply line is attached and the filler line goes out , that valve may be stopped up .

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Well is your refrigerator running?

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The refrigerator water and ice dispenser would stop working at the same time due to a number of reasons. It could be that the dispenser switch has spoiled. You can investigate this by removing the button panel and getting access to the switch. Check whether the freezer light goes on and off when the door is opened and closed. It could also be that you have a bad control board or bad electrical connection to the dispenser. Try get a professional technician to help you find the problem.

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Look under your sink. You should see the line that connects the cold water to the fridge. Usually this is a saddle tap with a valve. When it was put in, the valve is closed to allow it to penetrate the water line. Sometimes this connection closes up with minerals. Close the valve and re- open it. This should clean out the opening and allow the water to once again flow. If that isn't it check for a crimped line

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I DID find a crimped line in the water inlet. I fixed it and am under the sink now. Thank you.
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