Model #10663182300 KENMORE Top-Mount Refrigerator

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Cubic feet of Kenmore Refrigerator.

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James -
October 21, 2011
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Thank you for your question.

I have looked up the model number you have submitted. This model is a 21 cubic foot model.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
October 21, 2011
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Why is there a metallic taste in the ice, since the hose was replaced?

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If you're referring to the water supply line that was replaced and if a plastic hose was used, it needs to be changed to copper. If the hose replaced was the tube that connects from the water valve and goes up the back of the cabinet to the icemaker, you may need to run more water through it. A new tube can have a plastic odor or taste for awhile. If the problem persists, another water tube # 4387492 will be needed.

Another possibility is the ice will pick up odors from the refrigerator through the air system. The air circulating throughout the refrigerator, can pick up stale odors and then blows directly on the ice cubes, which can cause an odor and taste in the cubes. To solve this type of problem, the refrigerator will have to be cleaned and all food properly sealed.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
July 31, 2009
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If there is a water filter built into the fridge or in the water line to the fridge, consider replacing it (it would be a coincidence that the filter got old when the fridge was moved of course). You could add an inline water filter if there is no filter, the closer to the fridge the better. If you have ice cube trays from a previous fridge, use bottled water to make ice cubes, see if they become contaminated. Also, is there any chance that fumes from the new floor curing are getting onto the fridge, or that the fridge is creating fumes after being moved around?

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LookOver1 -
August 02, 2009
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