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Talked with manager and was told deliver would b sat. It is impossible to talk to anyone without getting the run-a-round. They are not just throw pillows, they are the back of the couch. The lines will warm and thaw easily. The corporate office called back and left me a phone number to call which is the customer service contact number. I was assured someone would look into this and get back to me and here it is a month later no call.

The water dispenser and ice tray recently stopped functioning. No water would be supplied to either feature. I replaced the valued in the back and still did not feed water to either feature. There are 5 lines in the back of the fridge and literature is vague at best with no info about the lines or valves.

I found 2 lines going to the filter in the fridge. This third line is giving me trouble. I would rather not take apart the inside of the fridge if at all possible. Anyone out there that can help? Hello, I have a Frigidaire Gallery with the freezer door on the bottom. It has a water and ice dispenser on the door and a second ice maker in the freezer section. There is no water being dispensed through the door or into either ice maker. My husband has checked the motor and water lines at the back of the refrigerator.

There is no problem there. When he removed the filter and hit the water dispenser button water shot out of the filter holder. We tried a brand new filter but still no water. What would you suggest? My Kenmore refrigerator water dispenser continuously puts out water. Had to turn the water valve behind frig. I move the Micro switch from the water dispenser to the ice dispenser and it worked.

So maybe the microswitch is not bad. I interchanged them two times to be sure that they both worked so it appears that is not my problem.

I was thinking maybe the water pump I replaced a year ago is bad and stuck open for just the water dispenser. My water supply is frozen at the site of the water filter. Even the filter is frozen. Not sure what to do…. I have a GE Profile Performance side by side refrigerator that suddenly stopped dispensing water. The ice maker still makes ice and the ice dispenser still works.

When the water dispenser is pressed, the light comes on, but only about a teaspoon of water comes out and then it stops. If I wait about an hour, I can get another dribble of about a teaspoon. I then installed the filter bypass just in case I had a faulty filter. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this?

I have a Maytag Model: French Door Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator when I replace the old filter to a new one there was no water coming at all. Purchased several filters same issue no water coming. I do not think the Water inlet Valve is bad , cause with the old one still working its slow but working. All was working fine till we replaced the filter. It worked for a few seconds.. All three of the new filters including the Samsung filter do look slightly different than the old one we took out.

Air in the water line? Maybe something else completely? Steve in NC, Try putting the old water filter back in and see what happens. If it works fine then you need the exact water filter replacement. If not then you may have an issue with water hammer and need to fix the issue. This article may assist you from what you have described as your issue.

My Frigidaire ice maker water dispenser pours water out of dispenser when the ice maker calls for water. It will also pour water into the ice maker when ice water actuator is pressed. What can be causing this? Recently we lost power due to a storm. When the power came back on we no longer have water or ice being made in our side by side fridge. Everything else works as it should. Ive replaced the water inlet valve still nothing. I was troubleshooting my ice maker. I took it out to inspect it, put it back in, then I pulled the fridge out from the wall.

The ice maker is now working fine. In a cruel twist of fate, just as my ice maker seemed to start working, my water dispenser is not working now. I tested the water inlet value and have continuity. I feel pretty confident that I have water coming in the ice maker is filling up with water. My water dispenser has stopped. I did decrease the temp due to all the food in the fridge from thanksgiving.

I think the line might be frozen. How can I check for sure? If I increase the temp back to normal will that help thaw out? I have a Kenmore Elite model I have a Whirlpool gold french door refrigerator that was working normal until my son tried to pull out the water pusher thing instead of pressing it to get water.

Now neither the ice or water dispenser is working. How can i fix it? My Frigidaire side by side is one year old. I changed the filter at 6 months. Recently, I got the message to replace again. Then I had no water. I replaced the filter yesterday and today I still have no water.

Everything worked fine a week ago. I have a Samsung Model SRSDLS, water dispenser all works but water is not as cold as it used to be, coming through the same temp as a normal tap water in the house. Anything I can check? Thank you for your advice. Took me all of 45 minutes to thaw the line. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!! We have a french door Maytag with freezer on the bottom and an indoor water and ice dispenser.

The water dispenser is still working fine, but after running out of ice last night, the ice maker is no longer making ice. Clearly there is still water coming into the fridge, as we are getting chilled water out of the dispenser.

Yes, the ice maker is turned on. I have a GE Profile Arctica. Then a few hours later I go down to get a glass of water from the dispenser, and when I press the cradle no water comes out. Then I look down and notice that water is flowing on the floor from under the refrigerator! The ice maker seems to be receiving water just fine, the lights on the dispenser work as usual. I pulled out the fridge and inspected the back and everything seems fine back there.

The water lines are obviously not kinked if water is flowing. I have no idea why the dispenser decided that the floor was the place to put the water, but there it is. The ice maker is filling the trays and dumping into the holding bin. Also the bulb next to the dispenser on the outside of the fridge will not illuminate despite replacing the bulb with a new one.

Each of the settings options available on the door indicates that it changes. Inlet vale is fine replaced it anyway. Dispenser switch seems to be fine too. Does it mean main electronic board needs to be replaced? Can main electronic board malfunction like that and still operate the fridge?

And the bulb is not a socket-type bulb it is on a small square. I replaced dispense solenoid and repaired mother board that went out partially. The dispenser solenoid was shortening motherboard. You can check it with multimeter for resistance. Good part should read 40 oms or so, bad one no resistance, zero.. I hope this helps. We just changed it less than a month ago.

Although… If there was any bad smell in the fridge for a long period, the filter may have absorbed it. It just depends how long the fridge was without power and had food in it. I have a Maytag which is in a house I just purchased. The water dispenses fine but there is a replace filter light on.

When I replaced the filter the light stayed on. I looked up how to reset the light and it worked. The trick to resetting the replace filter light was to hold down the light and the lock button for the count of three. But that seems to make everything stop working.

As soon as I made the replace filter light come back on, the water and ice started dispensing again. How do I get it to dispense and not show that replace filter light at the same time? The filter it uses is a UKF and the fridge is a 22 cu ft bottom freezer.

I did notice one of the two bulbs inside the refrigerator is out. I switched the bulb places in hope that supplying the working bulb to the side where the water supply is would allow it to be dispensed. I have a Frigidaire side by side. The unit continues to stop making ice and water. I can replace the filter and it will work for several months but there still is not much water pressure on the water dispenser. When we built our home the plumber never put a water filter on our home and I believe a line may be clogged on the unit.

Any ideas on how to DIY? Neal Long, If the water pressure to your refrigerator is too low, the refrigerator water dispenser will sometimes not work properly. If you believe your complete water system in your home or just the water supply to the fridge is too low… you should put a water pressure gauge on the water line and see if that is the cause of the issue before attempting to take the refrigerator apart.

If water pressure is okay, and you suspect there is a clog of some sort in your refrigerator water line… visually inspect the water tubes. Check for pinches or cracks. A blockage could be a piece of clear ice. A clog other than ice should be removed by a professional refrigerator technician as you may have to remove and or pressurize the water lines to fix the problem.

We are having similar problem. Just a slow trickle comes out and just changed filter about 1 mo ago. I looked at the clear plastic water tubing in back of frig and discovered it was brown, instead of clear. We have heavy iron and minerals in our water, even though we have a water filter on house. I am suspecting iron buildup is clotting water line.

We have a whirlpool side by side wrsfdam Our predicament is fun stuff. The filter works just fine, produces ice and water, but only if there is pressure put on the bottom area where the filter is actually inserted. For a while we had a peice of cork taped to the inside door of where you place the filter, so it would push on the filter for us, but this only works for a few days at a time. Help would be great. RHope, Is the water filer housing gasket missing?

If so it will leak as it is not water tight. Be sure you buy the Whirlpool brand water filters as many of the cheaper water filters can cause issues. Try using a different filter and be sure the water filter housing is clean and free of debris so the filter does not leak or cause problems. The green light over the water button will go out when the dispenser lever is pressed and no water comes out.

The light will not work either. Any idea what could be the issue? We are thinking a sensor or something electrical, as the water line is fine. Kirsten, It sounds like a board issue, or a wire harness is damaged or shorted out. You may need to take the from panel apart and visually examine the components for a burnt board, loose wire, damaged wire, bad micro switch, etc..

I have an interesting problem. Recently I replaced the refrigerator water filter and when the filter is pushed in water will not dispense. I took out the filter and it works. Is the water filter OEM? Have a Samsung French door refrigerator and the ice maker and water dispenser come on by them self. It is the Samsung model rfghdrs. Donald Jerkins, Are you saying that water and ice dispense without you touching the Samsung refrigerator? Have you recently replaced any parts on your fridge? Changed out the water filter?

Can you shed some light on the problem? How do I fix that? Becky, If you just replaced the water inlet valve on your refrigerator and no water is dispensing, check that the water valve that supplies the fridge is ON. Be sure the wire harnesses are securely attached to the water inlet valve. You may also have a faulty brand new valve… Can you tell us the model number of your fridge and what the part number is that you replaced? My water dispenser is not one that is plumbed in, the fridge freezer is brand new, delivered yesterday!

When I got up this morning the dripping dispenser had left a puddle on the floor, any ideas why? Sue, What model number is your fridge and where exactly is the water coming out? Is it dripping from the dispenser itself? Try and remove the water filter and reinstall.

You may have a pressure issue in the water lines. Possibly the valve that dispenses water is faulty. If the issue continues, call the company you purchased it from.

Any idea what the problem is? Din, You may have a control board issue in the dispenser, a loose wire harness, or an issue with the valves. We would suggest to remove the front panel and check the components behind or in the dispenser.

Remember to unplug the fridge when you do this. If you have to pull the fridge out to do any repairs, be careful of the water line so you do not pull it out of the wall if it is not long enough.

Thanks for the reply! For some reason, it magically fixed itself today. My water was dispensing very slowly then not at all. My ice maker was still making small amounts of very small cubes. I changed the filter twice, no help. I finally disconnected the water supply to the fridge at the wall valve. I soaked it in vinegar for 30 minutes, then used a small pick file to remove the deposit. I reconnected the supply, and the water dispensed out of the door like it was brand new!

It took 2 wrenches, a flashlight, a small pick file and about 2 hours to complete from start to finish including soak time and cleanup.

I hope this helps others. Hello I have a maytag gold bottom freezer with 2 doors on top ice and water in the door , the ice maker is working fine. The water is making a bad humming noise and the water is barely flowing out. I have replaced the water filter and it is still happening. Thanks for any help. Bear, You could have a clogged water line or the dispenser is not working properly.

What is the model number of your Maytag Gold Fridge Freezer? GE profile 9 years old. Water dispenser stopped working except late at night, then stops in the morning. Has done this on 3 nights in a row. Seems that when the refrigerator is not opened for a while the water dispenser works but when the refrigerator is entered in the morning the water dispenser stops. Late at night the flow is very good and I have let it flow upwards of a gallon!!!

What can be the problem please?? Ralph Chan, If the water dispenser works only at certain times such as at night but not when opened frequently this may be because of a timer issue or a vacuum seal issue. Also, you may have a bad door switch that stops the water from dispensing when the door is sensed to be open.

Use a meter and test a few of the parts to be sure they are operating properly. Ralph, This sounds like you have a frozen dispenser water line. Due to the age of the fridge, the insulation inside the freezer door starts to break down and no longer keeps the inside of the door above freezing — unfortunately, right where the water line runs for the dispenser.

You should be able to fully insert the zip tie. Jack, You either have a bad display board, a wire harness is disconnected or other. Have you made sure the panel is secure and attached electrically? Unplug the fridge when you check -RR. I have the KitchenAid refrigerator with the same issue, the dispenser panel has no lights on LED or any buttons, etc.

I troubleshoot the switch between door and internal light, it has continuity, I even swapped the wires and still see nothing. I checked all connectors are good so I am not sure what else to look for. The water dispenser which was working fine stopped working after I cleaned the water dispensing area. When I press against water dispenser switch, it makes a noise as if the water is flowing in but no water comes out.

We recently replaced the filter. Shiva, You may have used a non OEM water filter. If you still have it, reinstall the old water filter and see if that gets the water dispenser working. Let us know what you find… -RR. We have a few years old GE side by side freezer on bottom fridge that came with our house. Our problem is that filters never seem to last a long time before the water pressure drops to a trickle. As soon as you put in a new one, it works great, but only for awhile.

The change filter light never even goes on. This becoming an expensive problem. What can I do? I have tried multiple OEM filters and sometimes the water dispenser will work for a few months or sometimes days and then the problem reoccurs or in my current case I just installed a brand new OEM filter and the best it will run for is a few seconds.

Removing the filter and running the water for a while to get air out none comes out the line does not help at all. With the filter removed, water pressure is fine. Both ice makers are also working fine. Could it be a seal associated with the water filter attachment that is broken allowing air in or something else?

Stuart, did you ever know what was the problem due to and how did you fix it? Moved into a new house with a brand new GE side by side refrigerator. Refrigerator worked perfectly dispensing water and ice.

Lost power to the house for 6 days and now the new fridge dispenses no ice or water and also does not make ice either. Could the power outage have done something to the filter? Sonja, Is the fridge cooling? It may have gone into demo mode.

When you press the dispenser to get water or ice, do you hear the motor running to try and dispense? Is the ice maker and the water dispenser getting water? The water is turned on and supplying the fridge, right? What is the model number of your GE fridge? There may be a simple way to get the fridge back to normal if it went into demo mode using the control panel and holding and pressing 2 of the buttons for 5 to 8 seconds.

Have you tried removing the filter and inserting the bypass plug that came with your fridge? Yes the fridge is cooling and you do hear the motor running when trying to dispense the water and ice. The water is turned on. I will try and remove the filter and insert the bypass plug next.

Thanks for those comments. I tried holding down the dispenser switch for 2 minutes. This problem only started when we switched filters. This model tells you to switch filters by stopping the water flow somehow. Normally you put in a new filter and the water flows normally right away. My dispenser stopped working, so I put in a new filter and still no water comes out. No water goes to the filter. I tried doing what the manual suggested: Also pressed the door light switch 5 times in 10 seconds.

Also, tried a second new filter. Also tried putting the old one back in. Still no water going into the filter. It was working 2 days ago.

When it stopped working we assumed it just needed a new filter. Anything else you can suggest aside from pulling it out and disconnecting the water supply? That is very tricky because of the way it is installed in an enclosure. When running gallon 4 after changing the filter, the water suddenly stopped dispensing.

When the dispenser lever is pressed, it no longer makes the humming noise it used to when dispensing water. Checked that the saddle-type shutoff valve on the water line connection in the basement was open all the way turned all the way counter-clockwise. Closed and re-opened it in case sediment was in the way at this connection. Verified that the line to the refrigerator is not kinked. The ice-maker is still working. Ice cubes are of the expected size.

We have the water filter bypass plug in, but still no water at the dispenser. When we disconnected the connection under the freezer door, no water comes out of the line when the dispenser lever is pushed.

When we remove the bypass plug, there is an audible pressure release, and some residual water in the plug and that connection area. When we press the dispenser, there are 2 audible clicks — one at the dispenser and one lower down on the freezer door — but again, there used to be a mechanical, humming type sound when the lever was pressed that we are not hearing anymore.

We could use some help with next steps. Gretchen, It sounds like there may be a pressure issue in the water line… Air may be trapped in the water system. Press and hold the water dispenser arm for 2 minutes. If these are not the issues, you will need to trace the water line back and troubleshoot what is causing the water to not flow through the refrigerator to the dispenser.

Have you taken apart the dispenser to make sure the wire harness is secure and that the switches are working? We have a KitchenAid side by side with bottom freezer. Connections under hinge in door look ok, water line is clear.

Also, periodically, for no reason at all, the light and alarm telling us a door is open will go off when all doors are closed. Switch maybe, or bigger problem? We have the exact same thing happening with our our Kitchen Aid French Door bottom mount.

Just curious if you were able to fix it and what you needed to do? Trying to replace my water reservoir in my whirlpool fridge. So far so good, but the hose refuses to come out of the inlet valve in back. How can I free it. Heather, It should just slide off, you may need to twist it to remove it as it may be on tight.

Does it have a clamp? A little more information. Looks like both the ice maker and water dispenser are working together no matter which one is activated. Yes that is correct. When I manually shut off the ice maker the water dispenser no longer randomly emits water. With the ice maker off the water dispenser will still emit water when the paddle is pushed. When my ice maker fills the water dispenser is also triggered for a few seconds.

Michael Devin, Are you saying that when the ice maker is filling with water, the water dispenser dispenses water at the same moment? Please explain in detail and supply the model number of your refrigerator. Yes as close as I can tell they are at the same time. Its a little bit after the ice dumps that the water dispenser opens. My water dispenser shoots out about oz of water then stops. I have changed the filter by putting a brand new one in and it just shoots water out at a normal rate for about seconds then slowly comes to a complete stop.

What do you think is wrong? Jimmy Gillespie, You may have something clogged in the water line or there is a blockage at the filter housing. Check to be sure there is nothing that got jammed in the filter housing when you replaced the filter. Is there any type of knocking sound when you use the water dispenser?

Do you have the filter fitting that goes into the filter housing in place of the filter to bypass the water filter? If so use that and see if the water dispenses as it should. Let us know what you find. I have a Kenmore Elite Model The water dispenser on the door randomly runs for abort 5 seconds. I changed the filter and bled the system — no change.

Mike, The microswitch that gets pressed when you put a cup to the dispenser may be faulty. You can use a multimeter and test it and check the small control board while you have things apart. Well I thought I had it solved. There was a kink in the water feed line that was causing low pressure. Thought low pressure was upsetting the system. Ice maker working fine now but every time the ice maker calls for water the water dispenser in the door emits about a half cup. Something in the system is triggering the water micro-switch momentarily.

U all may try this. There is also a switch close to the dispenser that sends the signal to the water pump. This switch is on a plastic base that if u have kids, like I do, press to hard and eventually break it. U can send for this base or do like I did place a couple of tie-raps to hold the switch in place.

I have Kitchenaid Refrigerator bottom freezer that started making a loud chattering sound when dispensing water. Amount of water coming out is greatly reduced.

A new filter fixed this once for a few months. It makes ice just fine, no chattering. Someone said the filter head needed replacing. I know ice makers use a restricting orifice to limit water fill amount.

The application of a magnetic field on water decreases the hydration of salt ions and colloids, having a positive effect on salt solubility, accelerated coagulation and salt crystallization Hilal and Hilal, Field experiments conducted in Egypt showed that, sandy loam soil pots irrigated with normal highly saline water of an electrical conductivity value of 8. The study showed that MW increased leaching of excess soluble salts, lowered soil alkalinity and dissolved slightly soluble salts Hilal and Hilal, Joshi and Kamat and Busch et al.

In this study, the magnetically treated water required up to 2. The effect of magnetism on the pH of water Parsons et al. Water becomes degassed in the process of being magnetized and this degassing increases soil permeability, which creates an increase in irrigation efficiency Bogatin et al.

In addition to soil permeability, MW water interacts with the structural calcium in cell membranes, making the cells more permeable Goldsworthy et al. The reduced surface tension observed in MW results in better infiltration of water and a reduction in water and chemical use. The improvement in uniformity distribution of irrigation water has saved money in labor, hand watering and roping off wet areas, and golf cart damage.

Lin and Yotvat showed an increase in crop yield, size and sugar content of melon grown with magnetized irrigation water in South Africa. Maheshwari and Grewal reported statistically significant increases in the yield and water productivity of snow peas and celery, but no significant effect on the yield or productivity of peas. Harari and Lin conducted a study that showed the size of muskmelons, the number of fruits and their sugar content were significantly greater when irrigated with MW.

Lentils irrigated with MW showed significant increase growth, the stimulation in growth is thought to be attributed to an effect of MW on the induction of cell metabolism and mitosis Qados and Hozayn, Magnetized water has been reported to triple seedling emergence of wheat Hilal and Hilal, Chickpea plants irrigated with magnetized water grew taller and heavier than plants irrigated with tap water Hozayn and Qados, The authors attribute this stimulation to an increase in photosynthetic pigments, where the magnetic water induces cell metabolism and mitosis meristematic cells in pea, lentil and flax Belyavskaya, Additionally, it is believed that new protein bands are formed in plants that are treated with magnetic water, and that these proteins are responsible for increased growth Hozayn and Qados, MW has been linked to increases in photosynthetic pigments, endogenous promotors, total phenol and protein biosynthesis in plants Qados and Hozayn, and Shabrangi and Majd, The application of a magnetic field has been shown to induce seed germination, and increase the percentage of germinated seeds.

Moon and Chung treated tomato seeds with a magnetic field and found that germination rates were accelerated about 1. Germination of broad bean seeds was found to take place days earlier when seeds underwent magnetic treatment Podleoney et al.

But, all studies have not confirmed this increase; Govoroon et al. Dairy cows that drink magnetized water have shown an increase in milk production with the same amount of milk fat as present in cows drinking ordinary water. They also have a longer lactation period with fewer non-productive days and overall health is better Lin and Yotvat, Piglets watered with MW drank twice as much water, and grew Chickens watered with MW grew larger, with an increase in the meat to fat ratio, and experienced reduced mortality rates Gholizadeh et al.

Also, poultry have showed an increase in egg production when watered with MW Lin and Yotvat, In China the use of magnetic materials is a traditional remedy and is becoming more popular in modern medical science. Drinking MW has been reported to improve bladder problems, stroke recovery, arthritis pain and reduce blood pressure. But no systematic clinical trials have been completed to support or disprove these effects Grusche et al. Thought to improve the bodily environment through the introduction of a magnetic field, it is believed that MW can strengthen the immune system, antioxidant activity and decrease blood viscosity, cholesterol and triglycerides Dayong et al, Decreasing blood viscosity can keep blood flow rates at normal levels, preventing fats and plaque from accumulating on vessel walls and cell membranes.

In tests on animals, Yue et al. Magnetic water treatment directly influences the carbonate equilibrium in water, leading to the formation of calcium carbonate CaCO3 particles in solution that then cannot precipitate on pipe walls and other equipment. Particles are carried downstream in pipe flow and are later removed with filtration. Patented in Vermeiren MW can be used to prevent and remove scale and is currently common global use of MW.

Mineralized coatings inside pipes and water containers have been found to reduce with the use of a magnetized water system Lin and Yotvat, like the Magnation Scale Reduction System. Barrett and Parsons attribute scale reduction to the effect of MW on CaCO3 particles by suppressing nucleation and accelerating crystal growth. The mechanics of how magnetic treatment interacts with calcium carbonate in solution is still unknown, and further investigation must be completed. In Gehr et al. But also found that if magnetic treatment were to be an effective treatment for scale prevention it would most likely reduce precipitation on solid surfaces and encourage crystallization.

Additionally, Parsons et al. Magnetic water treatment for the prevention of scale is accomplished by passing water through a strong magnet that is installed on or in a feed line. Then when the water is later heated, either in a heat exchanger or a boiler, it has lost its tendency to precipitation scale onto the hot surfaces and the deposits that do form have a looser texture that is easily removed Herzog et al.

Results from Lipusa and Dobersekb, Picture C is a steel pipe with scale from untreated water; D is a similar pipe with little scale from magnetically treated water.

Swimming pool water quality can be improved by the addition of a clamp on magnetic device on the circulation system. The magnetic device can prevent and remove scale build up at the water line in the pool and filtration system, and allow for chlorine levels to be reduced by one-half Kronenberg, The installation of magnetic treatment devices for water softening equipment for the removal or prevention of scale has been shown to generate significant energy savings, even with the initial capital to invest in the technology.

Magnetic water treatment, like the Scale Reduction System, creates additional collisions of ions that precipitate CaCO3, and it changes the free gas content in water that leads to improved crop yields. These mechanisms create many applications for the use of MW, with the use of MW having the potential to become more commonly used in the irrigation of crops, as drinking water for livestock and to prevent and remove scale buildup in hydrologic infrastructure.

With many studies showing increases in crop yields and healthier animals as a direct result of using MW, the science behind magnetic treatment is still poorly understood.

There are many scientific journal articles that have reported positive effects of using MW, but reported results often have low reproducibility and inconsistences. It's best for farmers to try the technology on their irrigation system and see the results based on their unique variables.

It is worth noting that as a result of the high-energy reactions that take place when making MW, free radicals, atomic oxygen, peracids, ozone and nitrogen containing compounds are formed Bogatin et al.

Regardless, MW treatment is considered to be a green technology with a strong power of transmission. Magnetic treatment technologies can reduce energy consumption, chemical resources, and water usages leading to cost savings and environmental improvements. Devices for creating MW is generally compact, with permanent magnets that are clean and safe technology Otsuka and Ozeki, Water productivity can increase with the use of MW water, due to improved infiltration.

With greater crop yields when MW is used for irrigation, less total water is used per unit of yield. In arid regions with limited water, MW may become popularized for irrigation water for certain crops and livestock. Article reprinted from Aqua Magazine, September Water is the most necessary substance for life. In fact, living creatures — like spas and pools are basically vessels for liquid water. Because we work in an industry that relies so heavily on sanitized water, it is imperative that we strive to understand how water reacts under various conditions.

This is not always an easy task, as liquid water refuses to follow some of the most fundamental laws of nature. It is the one substance that turns into something lighter when it crystallizes-which is why ice floats.

And even when liquid water cools down to near freezing it violates one of the basic rules that heat rises and expands things. As water cools down below 39 degrees Fahrenheit, it does not shrink, it expands!

It expands so much that the coldest water moves to the top, above warmer water! We should be happy it does that. Because of this solid layer of water on top, the rest of the water is insulated. Another weird water fact is that it accepts more heat energy than its normal share-a great benefit to life. Indeed no other substance can transport as much heat energy. But we have to consider one more: Although water, chemically neutral, it is one of the best solvents known to man.

Water has the capability to entrap other substances. In other words, it tends to cluster around every non-water particle, forming conglomerations or complexes, as they are called scientifically. The amount of these dissolved minerals being carried by the water determines its hardness. One of the most common minerals in water is calcium carbonate, a substance that forms mountain ranges such as the Alps.

When liquid water evaporated the dissolved minerals become over concentrated and must crystallize. This also happens when the temperature of the water increases, or when the solubility of the carbonates in the water decreases. The consequence is a sediment of those minerals on the walls of the container — in our case spas and pools. These sediments of minerals that grown on the container walls are actually limestone, which is hard and difficult to remove.

Very hard water can produce these hard sediments with bad consequences. Unfortunately, this process is a slow one and cannot be recognized immediately. Nevertheless, the effects of hard water are quite noticeable if left to build up over time. Today the water lines that the Romans had used for hundreds of years show accumulations of hard lime scale many inches thick, as in the beautiful Pont du Gard in southern France, for instance.

But it only takes a few years for hard lime scale to take its toll on water pipes and equipment. Such sediment layers in heaters hinder the transfer of heat. For swimming pools, the removal of existing hard lime scale is usually accomplished by an acid wash, which interrupts the operation of the system.

Furthermore, the acid can attack pool walls and open up leaks. Most water supplied by water districts in the United States is well cared for, analyzed chemically and rendered clean enough for drinking. Most of it contains a good amount of calcium content. This is important for proper taste and a healthy mineral balance. However, it tends to create deposits of scale over the years if no preventative measures are taken.

They take the calcium carbonate and replace it with sodium. The resulting water is not recommended for drinking because of the sodium content. And used in larger amounts, it also adds salt to the groundwater. Other chemical additives may rid the water of calcium carbonate, but only by risking contamination. If one is serious about finding a cure for an undesired condition, it is essential that he or she find out what the source of the problem is.

The change from the dissolved calcium carbonate to lime scale is a phase change from liquid to crystalline. Any phase change needs a starting point. Most of the time a piece of a different material may serve as such a starting point. Such a piece can be extremely small, like a speck of dust, a super molecule or tiny solid particle. If such starting points are not available in the water, the crystallization can start only at the materials that make up the container walls. The crystallization grows in layers until it becomes lime scale.

Once we know what causes lime scale, the means of prevention seem obvious. We have to provide the necessary crystallization points for the minerals in the water so that the minerals do not wander to the container walls to find crystallization points.

How can we do that? By creating a disturbance in the water that produces crystallization centers for the minerals. Actually, most water contains huge amounts of such centers. Almost all of these potential centers however are entrapped by the water-molecule complexes and cannot act as crystallization centers. Therefore, we have to break a few of these complexes so that their internal captive particles become free. Once free, they act as centers for mineral molecules and form microcrystals.

That leaves less calcium carbonate to form hard scale on the walls. The disturbance can be mechanical whirling, sonic disturbance, electrical frequencies and magnetic disturbances.

They all reduce the formation of hard lime scale to some extent. Lately, magnetic devices have become more and more popular for a number of reasons. Permanent magnet materials have been developed in recent decades to be times as strong and much more durable then the old-fashioned magnets made out of steel.

In contrast to steel magnets, which weaken with age, modern ceramic magnets do not show any changes with age.

They keep their forces so precisely stable that nuclear submarines base their subpolar, under-ice navigation on instruments depending on the accuracy of the permanent magnets. So, once they are magnetized, permanent magnets never need recharging or an energy source, which makes their use most convenient and unfailing. The effects of magnetic fields on running water have been observed long before these better magnets were developed.

Patents on treatment of water with magnets appeared as early as the s. Though these magnets were not very strong, their effects were described as making the water appear to behave as if it was soft, as if its mineral content was lowered.

Noticeably less scale was produced after prolonged use. Hundreds of reports have popped up in Russia, China, Poland and Bulgaria detailing the successful use of magnets to treat water. Lacking any chemical means of softening the water, these countries used magnets to treat water for irrigation and industrial uses, as well as for personal use, where improvements of taste and faster drying were reported.

Many attempts to explain the reasons for the observed effects were made without much success. Also methods of measuring the effects remained unsatisfactory. In western countries the use of magnetic water treatment methods developed much more slowly. Water softening by chemical means was in general use and the difficulties of explaining and measuring magnetic effect on flowing water kept it suspect in western minds. In addition the chemical industry tried to discourage its utilization for obvious reasons.

However, the practical effects of magnetic water treatment were undeniable after prolonged use. A number of companies took advantage of the situation in western countries to market magnetic devices for water treatment, often equating magnets with magic or mysticism. But there is no mystique in how magnets work to treat water problems.

The positive effects of magnets on water was confirmed in the s through systematic research. With the scientifically sound knowledge of the processes involved, it was then possible to develop treatment devices with the newest permanent magnets. Also a quantitative method evolved for evaluating the effectiveness of the devices.

Not only was the formation of scale totally eliminated, the removal of scale deposits in old water pipes could be accomplished in relatively short times. This had taken years with the older devices. How can magnets do that? How can they provide nucleation centers in the water? The shortage of nucleation centers in the water is known to inhibit the capability of the water molecules to cluster around each foreign particle, rendering it unavailable as a nucleation center.

The forces of the magnetic fields on those water molecule clusters is very weak. However the clusters vibrate in a number of ways. When they pass a number of magnetic poles at a certain velocity the periodic changes of the magnetic fields may coincide with one of the internal vibration frequencies of the water cluster.

Resonance may occur and result in cracking open such a cluster. The formerly entrapped particle is set free, and the nearby mineral molecules rush from all sides to their nucleation center, where they form platelets. The minerals that form the circular platelets do not have to crystallize on a container wall. In turn, the number of hard crystals is reduced accordingly.

This percentage reduction is the magnetic treatments effectiveness rating. Since a method of quantitatively determining the effectiveness of the magnetic devices was developed, manufactures have been able to maximize their efficiency for industrial and residential use.

Kronenberg is a world-renowned physicist specializing in the study of permanent magnets. The science behind magnetic water conditioning By Dr. Hard lime and scale forms where ever tap water evaporates or is heated. While it may not be noticeable for a long time, there are commercial appliances that show a white deposit after only a few days of use. Steam cleaners, for instance, may become inoperable after two weeks due to heavy scale deposits. They have to be washed often with acid in order to avoid filter clogs.

Also, dishwashers in restaurants need to be freed from the white scale deposits regularly. In the average residential home, it may take a couple of years until a layer of hard scale reduces the cross section of water pipes significantly.

And in swimming pools a rough band of sediment often develops along the waterline, which may require mechanical grinding to be removed. In many cases where the water has a high iron content, the scale deposits develop brownish tint.

They may even acquire a deep brown color, as is often evident in toilet tanks. These examples indicate that lime scale may contain more then calcium carbonate. Other minerals dissolved in the water solidify, as well, and can produce unsightly or even dangerous substances.

Safety inspections may be required, but in most cases inspection reveals nothing more than and accumulation of sludge, which can be removed easily. Recently, a pool builder inspected my 30 -year-old pool, which has been fitted with simple magnetic water treatment device that is clamped on one of the lines between the pump and the filter. He was astonished to feel not a trace of roughness on the waterline tiles, and he could hardly believe that we did nothing to clean the tiles since last summer.

During the resurfacing of my driveway, a small bulldozer happened to rip one of the feed lines for the lawn sprinklers out of the ground. A young plumber replaced the old galvanized iron piping with new PVC tubing.

The next day he returned and asked my permission to saw off a little piece of the old pipe. He wanted to show his father, a long time plumber, that it was possible for the outside of a water pipe to accumulate a thick crust of rust deposits while the inside of the year-old pipe was without any substantial deposits.

But how could the old water tubes of my sprinkler systems be free of the interior deposits? The removal of these hard deposits was rather dramatic.

Soon I found it necessary to remove all faucet strainer heads because the brown water emerging carried lumps of brown matter with it. It took about 4 hours until the emerging water had become colorless and ran steadily. This event can be explained using the same facts about crystallization in water that were detailed in part one of this column.

The only difference between magnetically treated water and untreated water is that magnetically treated water enables minerals to crystallize in the water instead of on the surface of some pipe or container. As a result we have converted the water formerly saturated with dissolved minerals into a mixture of solid microcrystals and clean water. When this purified water flows past other minerals it is capable of dissolving a new load of minerals.

In large industrial installations, like cooling towers, this process is evident as large chunks of old lime scale break off the walls. The treated water does not dissolve the old scale only from the outer surface: This area is the weakest part of the scale, so the water can split the crystalline matter from the container wall. The dramatic speed of this process made some precautions necessary. In order to avoid clogs, filters and strainers should be temporarily taken out of the circulation system.

Clamp-on magnetic units typically have an efficiency rating off 20 to 40 percent although they are capable of removing old lime scale, this may take several weeks. But because they also prevent the formation of new scale, the units are always producing some benefit. Corrosion prevention is another benefit of magnetic water treatment. Periodic acid washing of a pool is one of the reasons for the metal corrosion. In some cases, after long periods between acid washings, the hard deposits may cover up some weak spots, which turn into leaks when the deposits are dissolved by the next acid wash.

Because magnetic water treatment makes acid washes unnecessary, a major cause of corrosive damage is eliminated. Also after a long period of magnetic water treatment, the interior of pipes becomes covered with a thin continuous coating. This layer does not change over the years. Analyzed by a number of scientific institutes, it has been determined to be a corrosion preventing inert substance. In one case, it was found to be aluminum silicate.

The Steinbeis Institute in Reutlingen, Germany, has devoted years of research to the study of corrosion and has published numerous articles outlining the corrosion reduction experienced with water systems treated with magnetic devices. Some water experts claim they can recognize a specific silky appearance of magnetically treated water. This might be due to the multitude of microcrystals, which can reflect sunlight.

The developing microcrystals, however are so small that they are visible only with high magnification. In regards to smell, water that comes with a slight sulfur odor loses this smell after being treated with magnetic devices. Of significant interest to this industry, the chlorine odor of chlorinated water is greatly reduced by effective magnetic treatment.

In fact, slight chlorination may become unnoticeable to the average user. For aromatic brews such as teas or coffees, the desired aromas can be achieved with fewer ingredients if the water is effectively treated. The ensuing aromas appear cleaner to perceptive noses.

It is said that in some eastern countries — China for instance — many people heat their tea water in a pot containing a magnet. Magnetically treated water increases their effectiveness to the point where just one-third or even one-fourth of the cleaning agent is needed.

In the cases of naturally contaminated water from lakes, an intense magnetic treatment has made the lake water fit for human consumption. Magnetically treated water runs off a cleaned surface faster and in thinner sheets because surface tension is reduced.

As a result one sees fewer water spots from drying. This has been applied successfully for the watering of decorative plants by sprinklers.

Surface tension in water is critical to biological life. Surface tension makes water rise in the fibers of the plants. Therefore it is not surprising that wherever magnetic water treatment has been practiced, growth patterns have changed. Experiments with groups of growing farm animals and agricultural plants have been conducted at universities and federal institutions with stunning results.

Some were hard to believe, so the scientists were reluctant to publish them immediately, pending confirmation. Following are some of the results of scientific research: At a California university, two control groups of piglets of 24 piglets each with normal feeding were compared with two groups of 24 piglets that were getting their water from a magnetic treatment device.

The latter groups consumed twice as much water and grew an average Cotton plantings with various irrigation were compared in California. The cotton plants irrigated with magnetically treated water grew to larger sizes with larger and denser foliage.

However, they produced one-third less cotton than the control plantings. A Washington navel orange tree watered with the magnetically treated water carried less fruit, but each orange became unusually thick and juicy, weighing 20 ounces on average. Similarly, a Eureka lemon tree fed magnetically treated water carries lemons that grow up to one pound each. One biologist suggests that the slightly reduced surface tension of the magnetically treated water may facilitate its penetration of cell walls.

This could accelerate the normal dividing of the cells in growing parts of living individuals. This would account for the faster vegetative growth and the reduced reproductive cell division responsible for the number of flowers and fruit. The accelerated growth of plants by the use of magnetically treated water is possible because the root tips secrete enzymes that dissolve crystals in the ground, enabling the roots to ingest the dissolved minerals.

This is not the case for one-cell organisms that pollute pool water. Algae and bacteria have to ingest their food directly through their cell wall. They get plenty of water through it, but they cannot receive any nourishment in the form of crystallized minerals, which cannot penetrate the cell walls. Thus, bacteria in magnetically treated water starve. Observations on swimming pools confirm this effect. The normal chlorine content of treated of swimming pools can be reduced by at least half if the water is efficiently magnetically treated.

Even without any chlorination , no algae growth can be detected for about 36 hours. This is the normal duration of the affectivity of the magnetic treatment. After one to two days, the microcrystals formed by the treatment start to redissolve. After this time, a vigorous growth of algae occurs in the non-chlorinated pool if it is not replenished with treated water. In short a swimming pool benefits by the application of magnetic water treatment for a number of reasons: Chlorine content can be reduced by at least half, and chlorine odor is further reduced because much of the chlorine is incorporated into the microcrystals,which we cannot smell.

No hard lime scale develops in the circulation system — neither in the filter nor in the heater. Stimulation of germination in rice Oryza sativa L. Electro-Magnetobiol , 19 1: Faten Dhawi, Jameel M. Chickpea plants irrigated with MW grew taller and heavier than plants irrigated with tap water Hozayn and Qados, Additionally, it is believed that new protein bands are formed in plants that are treated with MW and that these proteins are responsible for increased growth Hozayn and Qados, MW has been linked to increases in photosynthetic pigments, endogenous promotors, total phenol and protein biosynthesis in plants.

Qados and Hozayn, and Shabrangi and Majd, Magnetic Treatment of Irrigation Water: Agricultural Water Management , 96 8: Elsevier International Peer Review.

Magnetic treatment directly influences the carbonate equilibrium in water, leading to the formation of calcium carbonate CaCO3 particles in solution that then cannot precipitate on pipe walls and other equipment. Patented in Vermeiren , MW can be used to prevent and remove scale and is currently common global use of magnetized water.

The influence of magnetic fields on calcium carbonate precipitation. Laboratory studies on magnetic water treatment and their relationship to a possible mechanism for scale reduction. Desalination , 2: The effect of iron on calcium carbonate nucleation and growth. Dairy cows that drink MW have shown an increase in milk production with the same amount of milk fat as present in cows drinking ordinary water.

Chickens watered with Magnetized Water grew larger, with an increase in the meat to fat ratio, and experienced reduced mortality rates Gholizadeh et al. Also, poultry have showed an increase in egg production when watered with magnetized water Lin and Yotvat, The application of a magnetic field on water decreases the hydration of salt ions and colloids, having a positive effect on salt solubility, accelerated coagulation and salt crystallization.

Field experiments showed that, sandy loam soil pots irrigated with normal highly saline water of an electrical conductivity value of 8. In addition to soil permeability, MW water interacts with the structural calcium in cell membranes, making the cells more permeable.

Ultrastructure and calcium balance in meristem cells of pea roots exposed to extremely low magnetic fields, Adv. Magnetic treatment of irrigation water: Laboratory studies involving magnetic treatment devices.

The effect of an external magnetic field on the structure of liquid water using molecular dynamics simulation. Journal of Applied Physics , Effect of Magnetized water on the mice given high doses of antineoplastic drugs.

Journal of Shanghai University 3 1: Effects of magnetic treatment of irrigation water on the tomato crop.

Reduction of soluble mineral concentrations in caso4 saturated water using a magnetic field. Increase of water viscosity under the influence of magnetic field. Journal of Applied Physics, The effect of magnetic water on growth and quality improvement of poultry.

Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, 3 3: Water Research , 33 7: Effects of fluctuations of a geomagnetic field and its screening on early phases in development of higher plants.

Encyclopedia of natural healing: A practical self-help guide. Application of magnetic technologies in desert agriculture. Egyptian Journal of Soil Science , 40 3: Irrigation with magnetized water enhances growth, chemical constituent and yield of chickpea Cicer arietinum L. Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America , 1 4: Effect of magnetic field on the physical properties of water.

More alluring facts about treating water with magnets. Aqua Magazine , September Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials , Influence of magnetic field on the aragonite precipitation. Chemical Engineering Science, Investigation of the quality of water treated by magnetic fields. Acceleration of germination of tomato seed by applying AC electric and magnetic fields. Stimulation of Pinus tropicalis M. Does magnetic treatment of water changes its properties?

Magnetic treatment of calcium carbonate scale — effect of pH control. Efficiency of the magnetic treatment of broad bean seeds cultivated under experimental plot conditions. Influence of a Stationary Magnetic Field on water relations in lettuce Seeds. Magnetic conditioning of fluids: National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. A Textbook of Magnetohydynamics. Pergamon Press, New York. The effectiveness of a magnetic physical water treatment device on scaling in domestic hot-water storage tanks, Water SA, 29 3.

The effect of oral irrigation with a magnetic water treatment device on plaque and calculus. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 20 5: Studies on the effect of magnetized water in the treatment of urinary stone and salivary calculus. Optimal healthy DNA is surrounded, and fully hydrated, by a matrix of water that is structurally different from tap water. Under high powered microscopes, the water, when frozen, forms six sided, hexagonal shaped, ring structures.

These were determined to receive and transmit electromagnetic energy, that is, frequency vibrations that power every cell function and structure. Magnets affect the bonding angle between the hydrogen and the oxygen atom in the water molecule. Magnetized water causes the hydrogen-oxygen bond angle within the water molecule to be reduced from to degrees. This in turn causes the water molecule to cluster together in groups of rather than groupings of and higher.

The smaller cluster leads to better absorption of water across cell walls. Michael Lam, MD in his study on magnetized water, reports that there have been numerous reports from those drinking magnetized water on a daily basis of people being cured of many chronic degenerative disease such as renal stones and arthritis. Magnetic water treatment devices MTDs are environmentally friendly, with low installation costs and no energy requirements.

It is believed that MW used for irrigation can improve water productivity Duarte Diaz et al. Reminder- the international research is clear: Our SuperImploder- at gauss! Update Oct 28, We are on rain tank water and I am a pump man so I was able to hook up a temporary set up this afternoon.

I installed the super imploder and filled up a water vessel and jugs to get a swig of the nectar of the gods and got a surprise, the jet of water was very intriguing and will experiment further as day light was nearly out, tastes great.

I installed the shower head and had a shower which was great, I had it turned up a fair bit and the pulsing action and sensation was quite invigorating. I had about mls of the imploder water to drink and now an hour later I am buzzing my ass off inside and out I will really have fun with this We have numerous test projects underway with the SuperImploder magnetic system, we are excited to announce that the first test runs in the Lismore Australia, Southern Cross University - lab test trials: These tests are being replicated - and significant results are reproducing- more soon- specifically the lab is being set up to nicely differentiate the effect of the magnetic array separately from the now removeable implosive nozzle.

Note also the general magnetic effect SuperImploder is the world's most powerful commerial water magnetic treatment shown to be useful in many ways for water treatment across industries-. The below graphic is some background on HOW restoring centripetal force- accelerates growth, and ways it is measured:.

Now- we continue with existing research showing how effective magnetic water treatment has been shown to be in other research note - we believe the SuperImploder is the most powerful magnetic water treatment commercially available: Its effects on vegetable crop yield and water productivity Basant L. For snow peas, there were 7. Live testimonials by biggest Australian farmers". Further scientific evidence- magnetic water treatment reduces scaling in pipe build up etc.

This article corresponds to the presentation by Dr. Only the abstract is included here. Abstract Observable changes of water by magnetic fields have been investigated in an attempt to contribute to the knowledge of the structure of liquid water. The crystallization mode of the water's mineral content was found to change from a dendritic, substrate-bound solidification habit to the form of separate disc-shaped crystals after the water had moved through a number of magnetic fields.

The former scarcity of crystallization nucleii in the water had been turned into an abundance of nucleation centers in the water. The reduction of the number of the substrate-bound crystals has been used as a quantitative measure of the magnetic effect.

A mechanism is suggested assuming that resonance between the time sequence of the magnetic fields and the internal vibratory frequency of the water complexes results in the fracture of some of the complexes.

Thereby, the formerly encased foreign particles are released and provide the nucleii for the formation of disc-shaped crystals throughout the volume of the water. Further studies are urged in view of the staggering potential benefits for many water users, such as prevention of hard lime scale build-up, increased effectivity of chemical additions to water for softening, fertilizing, feeding, and cleaning purposes.

Released- The Growth Effect - Results are now compelling.. How The Imploder Works: And A Tour of the Lab. Here is an intro to our new P.

Evidence that phase conjugate dielectrics are bioactive: Return to home page s: Do Europe Summer ! All New Suite of Fractal Tech: Alphabet of the Heart , 2.

Implosions Grand Attractor , 4. In the meantime- if you can specifically offer to do serious growth testing with photos- we do have a special opportunity - please email: Note also the general magnetic effect SuperImploder is the world's most powerful commerial water magnetic treatment shown to be useful in many ways for water treatment across industries- summary:.

This is the precise animation of Dan Winter's new equation for the radii of hydrogen- in relation to Planck- length AND time: For those who would like a friendly, enthusiastic, personal, highly graphic VIDEO intro to this concept how golden ratio creates implosive compression by perfecting constructive wave interference.. Guest Clip - below - for more see the source for the fractal-recursions.

Golden Ratio perfects this.. Regarding Michael Heleus question: It is in the 'optimized translation of vorticity' in the piezoelectric charge field around flowing water- where the rotation translation inertia directly to centripetal implosive charge movement toward center - that the exchange of inertia between charge and gravity- does occur.

By optimizing this relation WITH the perfected curvature angle for golden ratio phase conjugate recursion.. Implosive liquid collapse- gains inertia. I was skeptical myself- so many science folks helped us with the original tests.. I had to test the replicability of this effect myself. Now we have set up yet another real trial group here in South France- thanks to Colin and his wonderful family and as of today- I am absolutely convinced- this growth effect is replicable!

Here- after only 5 days- we already had this dramatic difference in growth.. We had placed radish seeds in each pot- look at the difference! Imploder water fed pots on the right. Many more seeds germinated AND grew much better. Note in this growth - study we started with very nice mountain water.

So - the effect is across water types. In UK we had water which had notably bad re-dox potential measure for growth. I was doubtful this would happen when starting with good water. Colin reports from the Fractal Field growth labs: This is the one from the black containers that showed dramatic differences when comparing Imploder watering and regular water. We planted the same number of seeds in each container and the results were 3g of regular water radish and 6 grams of Imploder water radish.

New test underway tonight to test peas, beans and tomatoes for effectiveness of the Imploder water. The existing bean plant test is now beyond belief. The Imploder beans are now cm and cm versus the 55 and 65 cm regular water plants. We are at week five and I am looking forward to letting this test run its course until the fall. Everyone who visits is astonished. If I wasn't the person growing them it would be hard to believe that the only difference is in the water!

What force have you unleashed Dan? The implications for agriculture are staggering. We are getting in touch with a wine producer to start some grape tests as well. Talk to you soon, Colin ". How the Imploder Nozzle creates water- which is self-referring: Compare above Vancouver Beans test on Imploder- with early results here in France: The extreme converging magnetic flux lines- create the centripetal inertia at the liquid molecular level- which creates the spin cycle of the wash machine- sorting by mass.

Resulting in the increase molecular order and spin density see measures below.

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Change the water filter and this will most likely solve your issue. I recently moved this fridge from one house to another.

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Something like this might be happening in your refrigerator. Since a method of quantitatively determining the effectiveness of the magnetic devices was developed, manufactures have been able to maximize their efficiency for industrial and residential use.

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My Samsung Washer has been out of service for over three weeks. Most of it contains a good amount of calcium content. One sago that was not doing as well as the others brown and yellow areas and slower growth perked up noticeably and is now a healthy vibrant green. If these are not the issues, you will need to trace the water line back and troubleshoot what cost to hook up waterline to fridge causing the water to not flow uook the refrigerator to the dispenser. The ice maker still produces ice, because i use the ice for drinks and can hear it refill and there is fresh ice at the top the next day.