How to replace leaking water tube at the rear of this refrigerator? This is the bigger of two tubes running diagonally on the rear exterior of the LRSC26925TT LG fridge.
This tube will most likely go to the water filter head in which you will need to remove the upper shelf in the refrigerator section. Remove the screws holding the ducting assembly and remove. Once the ducting assembly is removed, pull the unit out and remove the lower cover on the back. Remove the water valve and disconnect the tubing that is damaged by Pushing in on the ring around it pulling out on the tubing. You will then go back to the front and remove the filter head assembly and disconnect in the same way that you did the fitting on the back and replace the tubing.
My doors are uneven. I leveled my fridge to fix a problem with the freezer door popping open every time the fridge door shuts. But it says I need to level the doors so that they are even. Do I need a special screw to do this? Or does this model use C clips? Thanks!
Answer Hello Marcy. If the freezer
is lower than the
compartment door, Level the door by inserting flat (- type) driver into the groove of the left height adjusting
screw and rotating it clockwise O. If the freezer
is higher than the
compartment door Level the door by inserting flat (- type) driver into the groove of the right height
adjusting screw and rotating it clockwise O.
There are serveral water tubing from the water valve to the ice maker and filter. What are the size and part numbers for these tubes?
Answer Abe, the water line from the valve to the icemaker is a 5/16" water line, part number is 5210JA3005A. The "out" water filter tubing is a 5/16" tube and is part number 5210JA3004K. The "in" water filter tube is a 1/4" tube and is part number 5210JA3005E. Thanks!
i need the 5/16 line that goes from the valve in the back to the filter/icemaker .which part & how does it connect at the top .
Answer Hello Brett,
The part number for the water line is 5210JA3005G, and you will have to remove the filter head. On the back of the filter head there is a push connector that you push in on while pulling out on the line.