Repairing a water tube embedded inside the freezer door foam insulation of a GE refrigerator

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on October 2, 2010

in Refrigerator Repair

One of the most costly and aggravating repairs that you may run into in your GE Arctica or Profile refrigerator is a leaking water line inside the freezer door. This waterline is a plastic tube that is foamed in place inside the door. The tube may split or crack or in some other way become damaged and start leaking, leaving a puddle of water underneath the door. At this point, you have two choices:

1. Replace the entire door at a cost exceeding $200, or

2. Implement the repair procedure illustrated in this fine pictorial essay prepared by Sublime Master appl.tech.29501 for a cost of about $20.

Let’s watch with amazement as the Sublime Master reveals this arcane and esoteric technique to us for the first time ever on the Internet.

GE Refrigerator Door Water Tube Repair

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