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 Posted: Thu Apr 14th, 2011 12:49 am
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tzd316
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Hi i have a GE gallery model # FRS22XGCB not making ice and to get a cup of water it takes about 2 minutes. getting good water pressure to fridge but no pressure to make ice or get a cup of water solinoids make noise when you depress the switch can they be weak please can anyone help me out thanks :D

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Are you sure you have good water pressure to the fridge? Disconnect the water supply at the main entrance into the fridge and time how long it takes to full a cup. Reconnect the water line and do the same test from the water outlet location of the fridge. I had a similar issue and it turned out the usual 1/4" line to the fridge was too small, low water pressure. I replaced it with a larger line and it solved the problem.

Good luck!

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Hi thanks for the info it was the water valve

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