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Shut off water supply to fridge - or if no stop-**** on that line, shut off main water supply. Place a pan or tray under the water connection to fridge to catch any spilled water. Unhook the supply line from behind the fridge. Have some one turn on the water line for a few seconds - if the line delivers water, something inside your fridge is clogged or frozen.
There are small strainers that may be clogged. Turn your water off, unhook your water line that runs to your washer, now look down where you unhooked the water line from your washer and you should see the strainers take them out and clean them then put back in and hook back up and turn water back on. Hope that works
Could be a few things. Either the water filter is not in correctly. The water line could be frozen in the door or in the cold water reservoir that is in the refrigerator section behind the bottom drawers. You can tell if it is frozen in the door if it is a SxS by unhooking the water line before it goes into the bottom of the freezer door. Just unhook it at the pressure fitting and then try to get water. If it is frozen in the door then water will come out of the unhooked line when you try to get water. Also could be a bad water valve.
some shift rods unhook midway thru the leg ,others you unhook at the top and the entire rod comes out . caution getting the shift rod lenght the same as when removed is critical or you will have shifting problems.
If the core is clogged because of particles and corrosion you may just want to replace it. You will have to unhook the two water hoses to the core and backflush the core and that shjould push the stuff back out the inlet hose. The two lines are the ones on the back of the engine firewall.
Your water inlet valve on the back where the
water supply comes in is probably leaking. disconnect the water line coming out
of it and see if you have a slow drip. Try the dispenser to see if it's just
drips after use.
although you had waterto the bottom of door when disconnected, did you try to dispense water while unhooked andsee it flow??? because just unhooking it will allow the resivoir of stord water to flow out by gravity, giving false sense of water working., if indeed it did work the you have a frozen water lin within the freezer door itself, ait tricky to defrost. aside form unplugging unit and allow to thaw out, or pulling line form liner not going to be easy to thaw the line. if you indded still hear the "hum" after disconnectng water under door, then it soundsas if you have a bad water inlet valve located behind refrig where the water atteachges to the refric, no repairingthe valve it needs replacing