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LG Fridge Freezer GR-P207QUJA. Water leaks from inlet pipe

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LG Fridge Freezer GR-P207QUJA. Water leaks from inlet pipe at the bottom of the freezer door when dispenser is pressed - looks like the pipe has become disconnected or broken, not obvious how to fit a new one - any ideas please?



Is there a connection at the bottom were the hoses are to join them together?

If so has the hose come out of this?



Customer: replied 4 years ago.

There is a connection at the bottom and the join is secure - the leak is coming down the pipe inside the door




Ok im with you now.


To access this you need to remove the front frame on the door.

The outer frame is clipped on so you need to prise it off the door. Not the easyist thing to do as you have to try and get you fingers behind the frame to pull it out.


Once that's off you can remove the board and parts behind there to get at the hose.

Then disconnect the hose at the bottom from that joint.

Then with that disconnected you can then pull the hose up through the door and replace it from there.


If you need anymore info just get back to me.



Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX off the out frame etc - not sure how easy it is to replace the pipe though, if disconnect from the bottom and pull it through, how easy is it to push a new one back down?




It usually just pushes down so it shouldn't be a problem getting it back in.



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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Ok - will try and get a new pipe tomorrow and give it a go.

Thanks anyway