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 GE Fridge Filter Manifold Install
Author: timboslice (LA)

I'm replacing a filter manifold on a GE fridge and the new water lines are the same length but labeled "Inlet" and "Outlet". Can anyone tell me which line I need to attach to the water supply valve & which one I need to attach to the refrigerator water valve?
The old lines were not labeled and the line to the fridge water valve was longer.
Thanks for any help!

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 Re: GE Fridge Filter Manifold Install
Author: hj (AZ)

I would think the water supply goes to the "in" and "out" goes to the refridgerator./

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 Re: GE Fridge Filter Manifold Install
Author: packy (MA)

hard to argue with hj on that one.,,

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 Re: GE Fridge Filter Manifold Install
Author: timboslice (LA)

OK thanks for the help!

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 Re: GE Fridge Filter Manifold Install
Author: bernabeu (SC)

if they are the 'braided' flood stop or flood safe type STOP NOW they WILL fail consistently in the OFF position and require annoying 'resets' and 'call backs'.


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