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Water leaking from behind your fridge can and will cause damage to your floors. But the fix is really not that complicated. This is the first time I’m going to attempt to do this kind of repair so in this video I’m going to show you step by step how I stopped a water leak from behind my fridge.
This can be done with really simple tools and you’ll have to remove all the screws to the bottom back panel of the fridge. It doesn’t really matter what brand of fridge you have the steps are going to be about the same.
The water is actually coming from the inlet valve and it needs to be replaced. You’ll need to shut off the water supply and unplug the fridge before starting the repair. You will also need a medium size pan to collect all the water when you disconnect the tubing.
I ordered a new inlet valve online and it was kinda easy to find as long as I had the brand and model number from my fridge handy. Although the part numbers between the original and the replacement were just off, I knew this was the right part by comparing pictures online.
Once the inlet valve has been replaced and tubing reconnected, turn on the water and plug in the fridge to test the new inlet valve. Run a good amount of water through the dispenser and check the inlet valve for any leaks. I ran quite a bit of water through and there were no more leaks from the new inlet valve! So that means the repair is done and the back panels can be screwed back onto the fridge.
Please let me know in the comments if this video helped you fix your leaky fridge! I’d love to hear if you were able to do this repair yourself! And if you enjoyed this video please give me a thumbs up and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel TheRenderQ for more how-to videos and product reviews.
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